My NCLEX-PN examination is scheduled for the very end of December, and I have been putting in hours of daily study in prior preparation.
I'd like to hear from the folks who have taken the NCLEX-PN within the past 18 months. Primarily what types of questions did you receive? Which subjects seemed to prevail as a common NCLEX theme? Some test-takers say they got mostly endocrine questions while others claim to have gotten a lot of cultural questions. I just want to know different perspectives of what everyone's NCLEX exam was like.
It is recommended that you communicate with previous NCLEX testers before actually taking the NCLEX, so here I am communicating to you all. I need help! I'm at your mercy! Thanks in advance!
Dec 10, '05
Quote from suzanne4
I have never heard about communicating with previous test takers, new one for me.
I had never heard of communicating with previous test takers until I read this little excerpt in chapter 3 of the Saunders Comprehensive Review For The NCLEX-PN Examination, 2nd Edition:
I want to share with you some of the tips I received from others regarding the preparation for this important examination, as well as my own hints. To begin, It is important to listen to what others have to say about preparing for this examination because their input will be very helpful. But remember that this test is all about you, and you must meet your own needs in preparing yourself.
BTW thanks to Suzanne and Kelly for the responses.
Last edit by TheCommuter on Dec 10, '05