What a relief!

  1. I feel like a weight has been lifted off my shoulders. It is an amazing feeling to be done! Now my dilemma is what to do in my freetime before work starts...I graduated in May, and just tested and passed the NCLEX RN. I had 75 questions and the screen went blue :-)I did 90-120 questions a day and "loosely" did the NCSBN learning extension review. I say "loosely" because I didn't go through it throughouly from start to finish. I skipped around and read the mini chapter summaries for certain subjects. I did complete all of the questions, however, and felt that was a solid review.Overall, the nclex seemed broad to me. It's funny how the things I spent so much time reviewing weren't even on it :-) Reviewing questions and the allnurses study guide were the best review for me. The AN study guide definitely helped me answer several questions correctly. If anyone has questions, let me know! I just wanted to share my happiness and success!
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  3. by   nurse671
    Congrats to you and thanks for sharing your thoughts.
  4. by   nthomp14
    Congrats to you! What is the allnurses study guide?
  5. by   SailorWifey
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    Congrats to you! What is the allnurses study guide?
    I am on my phone ATM but will post the link from my computer later. The study guide is a 36 page review with tips, "need to know" information, and helpful ways to remember things. It was great to read through.
  6. by   Amy'sGrandbaby
    Congratulations to you....
  7. by   SailorWifey

    This is the link to the study guide!
  8. by   nthomp14
    Great. Thanks so much!
  9. by   SailorWifey
    Quote from nthomp14
    Great. Thanks so much!
    You're welcome. Happy studies!
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