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NCLEX-RN Which books to use?

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I'm sure this question has been asked a bunch of times but here goes.

I am planning to take my test in Jan/Feb. basically as soon as I get approved.

I am deciding on a few books and wanted your input.

Saunder's Questions Bank

Saunder's Med/Surg Review

Exam Cram

Lippincott

etc...

I've always liked the layout of Exam Cram but I heard some bad things about it.

What is your take? I only want books not interested in prep classes. Thanks!

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I'm sure this question has been asked a bunch of times but here goes.

I am planning to take my test in Jan/Feb. basically as soon as I get approved.

I am deciding on a few books and wanted your input.

Saunder's Questions Bank

Saunder's Med/Surg Review

Exam Cram

Lippincott

etc...

I've always liked the layout of Exam Cram but I heard some bad things about it.

What is your take? I only want books not interested in prep classes. Thanks!

Yep, it has :)

You might do well to use the Search bar (little magnifying glass on the top of the page) to put in key words; there is A LOT of information here and only you know which program would be best for you, based on the information you read about each one.

Good luck!

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RNfindingherway has 1 years experience as a BSN, RN.

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Davis Q&A and Hurst review book. I hope this help. Much Success on passing your NCLEX.

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LaCharity Prioritization, Delegation, and Assignment book is highly praised here and personally very helpful for me!

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