nclex review?

Nursing Students NCLEX


Hi I was wondering if anyone has any great ideas of what to study for the Nclex, I have so many options hurst, ATI, Sanders, etc.. I want to pass the NClex the first try...I would really appreciate any input.....



Specializes in Medical and general practice now LTC.

Moved to the NCLEX forum

Much here about what worked for whom :)

Many people say they are successful using Saunders Comprehensive Review, the Linda LaCharity book on prioritization, and the Kaplan review book for test strategies.

I would suggest KAPLAN . Do not overload your self. Kaplan was the best. My friend took Hurst review and she passed also . Hurst teaches u the content and KAPLAN strategies. if u think that you can not afford course review, I suggest using Saunders and LACHARITY. I just pass NCLEX.

Best of Luck

My school used ATI throughout the program. It was particularly helpful in the few months after graduating, because I was still able to access my account to take practice exams. I found the questions to be similar to ones I received on the NCLEX, so I feel it was good preparation. I also used the NCLEX 4000 cd to do practice questions, along with Lacharity's Prioritization, Delegation, and Assignment book and Med-Surg Success by Colgrove & Callicoatt. The Lacharity book was very helpful because I got a lot of prioritization/delegation questions on the NCLEX. Saunder's also has a book called Comprehensive Review for the NCLEX-RN Examination, which includes both review and a CD with practice questions. A large amount of my questions were select all that apply, and I have heard many other people say that as well, so make sure you have a lot of practice with those! I would say I did about 200 ?'s a day for a few weeks before I took the test. I took the NCLEX-RN last week and passed with 75 questions. Best of luck to you!!

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