definitely use your nclex test results to guide you with your studying. focus on the areas were you are "below" passing and "near" passing then incorporate all
areas of the nclex into your study process.
if you can get your hands on the saunders nclex-rn comprehensive review book/cd, try to complete the assessment
test. once you take the test, saunders will create
a 30-day study schedule (that you can print out) and it focuses on your weak areas. if you plan to take more than 30-days to study, just stretch the 30-days to 60...90...or whatever you need. the study schedule includes all chapters from the saunders review book so you will be able to incorporate your pharm into the process. i would also say practice as many questions as possible. the saunders book/questions are good for improving nursing content/knowledge. go to your public library. the nursing section usually has other review books with cds that you can practice questions with. you may even find a copy of examcram there. examcram is set up like the nclex so you will have good questions to study with. most libraries also have a copy of the kaplan strategies (purple book) with contains 180 questions in the book plus the cd has 180 more questions. just remember to download all the cds to your home pc, return the books to the library, and you can still practice the questions at home.