NCLEX May 21, 2013

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avaloncar

avaloncar, BSN, RN

Specializes in Peds, Float, Ambulatory, Telemetry (new). 311 Posts

Yeah I thought it was only me who got a whole lot of infection control questions and this was one year ago, lol Congrats again

1KeriG

1KeriG

42 Posts

How quickly after your school sent in your final paperwork and transcripts did you get your ATT test form to sign up? I am in Cali and heard it is taking a while.

NurseNightOwl, BSN, RN

1 Article; 225 Posts

How quickly after your school sent in your final paperwork and transcripts did you get your ATT test form to sign up? I am in Cali and heard it is taking a while.

It's taking awhile in Alabama too...

Franky89

Franky89

21 Posts

I graduated on May 1, however my school didn't send our transcripts until May 7th. Finally, on May 20 I received my ATT and literally scheduled my NCLEX for May 21. I had to do it so soon because I was offered a job and the next date available wasn't until the end of June, and the way the job market is in South Florida (Miami) I didn't know how long my position was going to be held. I'm glad I did it! lol I hope you get it soon.

Beelady

Beelady

38 Posts

Amen!!!!

medic0681

medic0681

Specializes in Cardiology. 33 Posts

Good Job Bro! tell us more about your experience with the exam

LyndseyErin

LyndseyErin

7 Posts

I am 7 days out and FREAKING out.. so Priority and Infection Control...?

yasmin0518

yasmin0518

4 Posts

Hi I just wanted to ask what book did use for preparing for the nclex rn exam? Thank you

Franky89

Franky89

21 Posts

Hey everyone, sorry I’ve taken so long to respond. I used Kaplan to study; I only had time for the Diagnostic Exam (Scores: 64), Question Trainers 1-4 (Scores: 60-68), Question Bank with 30% completion (Scored: 72), and took the Readiness Test the day before my NCLEX (scored: 70). I feel that if you have a good foundation you should be fine; they didn’t throw anything crazy at me. Basically it’s all about safety, for example; what is the most important thing to educate on, which client should you see first, whom should you call back first, and what is most concerning to you? NCLEX is just making sure you know the basic things in order to keep patients safe. I would recommend not reading negative threads on here, because that is where most of my anxiety stemmed from. Instead read positive ones. Good luck to everyone!