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[font=times]i got all 265 questions... it really was a blur... but i remember getting quite a lot of sata and priority, delegation and assessment questions... only about 3 "put in correct order" questions... about 3-5 ecg strips... but every exam is going to be different... so this really won't help you much. i know some people who've gotten lots of maternity/ped's but i barely had any... definitely know your lab values and electrolytes (na, k, ca, etc.) know respiratory and cardiac... especially abg's, signs and symptoms, hypo-/hyper- everything (lol) got some psych, but it was focused more on therapeutic interventions. also, i got a lot of dm questions.
to study, i used kaplan (i highly recommend taking the live online or live class)... you don't really need to review all content if you're pressed for time, just focus on questions and read rationales. understand why you got the questions wrong: do you not know the content? did you read too fast? etc. also kaplan has really good strategies that help pick out the most correct answer for priority. "priority, delegation, and assessment" by lacharity also helped me a lot... i noticed i got a lot better on "who do i see first", priority and delegation-type questions. if you can't afford kaplan, the kaplan text book (nclex-rn: strategies, practice, and review) has really good questions. also, the saunder's book and cd were helpful. do not do more than 150-200 questions per day (unless you are doing the kaplan question trainers)... you will burn yourself out. instead, focus on your answers and rationales and reviewing the content that you need refreshing on... make sure you understand! at the same time, practice every day. even if you work and/or have kids and can only manage 10-25 questions during your lunch break... before/after work. keep your mind thinking like a nurse! don't bother doing questions, though, if you've got the kids running around and bugging you. you really need focused, quiet, time. the real exam won't have kids running around, so you have to get used to simulating test conditions. i changed my password to facebook and have not logged in since i started seriously studying. no cell phone or social networking!! i know it's hard... but you must not be distracted! i didn't see me girlfriend as much either... and my friends probably don't even know if i'm alive! (morbid joke, i know...) you need a strong support system though. so if your friends aren't understanding, screw them cuz this is your life! if they're not supportive of such a huge part of your life, you're really better off without them. trust me! think about how much you want this! and how you want to pass!
also, if you have an ios (apple ipod touch, iphone, ipad) device, i recommend kaplan nclex-rn
qbank. it's free!! and although it only has a bout 150ish questions, the questions are really good and it's useful to have this when you don't have your books with you and you find yourself waiting around for an appointment, a bus, eating breakfast, etc. i work, so i found myself doing on average about 15-25 questions during my lunch break the last 2 weeks before my exam. i also did about 10 every night before bed.
and if you are religious at all, it really helps to center yourself before the exam and pray... i'm not very religious but i do believe in my god, so i tried it this time around. otherwise, try meditation or relaxation methods. the worst thing is getting questions wrong because you are so anxious. take your time... breathe... and believe you can do it! do something fun and relaxing the day before (i went to a spa and got a massage!), watch a movie, do not go out drinking!, instead, hydrate yourself... i drank a tall carton of coconut water... go to bed early, and have a good nutritious breakfast... hope this helps! =) good luck!