I graduated nursing school a few years ago, and did NOT pass the NCLEX my first, or my second time. I just cannot continue working at non-nursing jobs, when I went through nursing school with blood, sweat, and tears. I'm not a great test taker, but I have to pass the NCLEX... in order to be at peace with myself, if nothing else. After failing it twice... I really don't want to gamble anymore. So, I was wondering if there is an NCLEX Pretest or Predictor available online. Ideally free would be best, but I would be willing to purchase one if it was worth the buy. I would REALLY appreciate any help you could offer me with this. I have studied very hard both times, and did not pass. I'm studying hard now, but am concerned I will fail it again. I would sincerely appreciate some type of NCLEX pretest and/or predictor that could give me a good idea weather or not I am ready to take it a third time, and potentially identify my strengths and weaknesses across the 8 sections the NCLEX tests for. Management of Care (20%) Safety and Infection Control (12%) Health Promotion and Maintenance (9%) Psychosocial Integrity (9%) Basic Care and Comfort (9%) Pharmacological and Parenteral Therapies (15%) Reduction of Risk Potential (12%) Physiological Adaptation (14%) Does ANYONE know of a quality resource like this you could recommend? Also, IN YOUR OPINION what do you think is the BEST resource to prepare for the NCLEX overall??? I am looking for a good study plan as well. I am not sure how many questions I should do a day. How much book studying I should do in a day. I have been using the Saunders book and Saunders NCLEX flashcards, watching the HURTZ videos.