1. hie
    new to this forum. just completed a bridge program from lpn to rn. Still recovering from the stress that comes with nursing school plus I also have the boards to worry about. Any suggestions that might help me pass the nclex the first time will be greatly appreciated.
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    About 1lusu, BSN

    Joined: Jun '09; Posts: 3
    from TN , US
    Specialty: 13 year(s) of experience


  3. by   Silverdragon102
    Hi and welcome to the site

    I have moved this to the NCLEX forum where I am sure you will find much in the way of suggestions.

    Good luck and congrats on bridging to RN
  4. by   caliotter3
    Congratulations on graduating from school. When you schedule your test make certain you give yourself enough time to prepare properly. From one to three months is what is usually recommended. Go to the bookstore and look at the various review books and pick one that looks good to you. Many people are successful with Saunders Comprehensive Review. Get yourself a calendar and map out a study plan, then get started. Do as many questions as possible and study the rationales. If you study for about two hours daily, getting from 100-200 questions done each day, that is a good pace. Then relax the day before the test and you should be good to go. Good luck.
  5. by   1lusu
    thanks much. am really nervous as you can imagine.