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NCLEX tackle guide, just because you deserve it!

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by 9livesRN 9livesRN, BSN, RN (Member)

9livesRN has 2 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in SNU/SNF/MedSurg, SPCU Ortho/Neuro/Spine.

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You are reading page 2 of NCLEX tackle guide, just because you deserve it!. If you want to start from the beginning Go to First Page.

9livesRN has 2 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in SNU/SNF/MedSurg, SPCU Ortho/Neuro/Spine.

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You guys are more than welcome!

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mosaicism105 has 5 years experience.

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thank you! def follow that. will be having my exam next month.... hope i'll pass cause already took it twice. pearsonvue guys miss me so much and they keep me going back. haha

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I am planning to take the nclex exam soon what book or books do u suggest i read

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Thank you so much for the amazing outline, I was in desperate need of it! Also the links are a HUGE plus.:)

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9livesRN has 2 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in SNU/SNF/MedSurg, SPCU Ortho/Neuro/Spine.

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You are welcome!

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USRN2Be has 2 years experience.

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1 - you want to get your question book, on the subject you decided to start today, and you want to answer about 40 questions on that subject, after that, correct your answers and see how you did, if you scored less than 28 right questions, open your review source (whatever you chose) take a break, and go read on that subject, take your time, but don't procrastinate, after you are done with it, back to the questions! Now you will answer another 40 questions on that same subject and expect to get +28 right answers. If not don't panic, read over the rationales again, understand what you got wrong, and move on to another set of 40 questions on that same subject.

What books do u recommend that has a lot of questions for each subject? I have Saunders and PDA by LaCharity.

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9livesRN has 2 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in SNU/SNF/MedSurg, SPCU Ortho/Neuro/Spine.

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I used the Mosby NCLEX - it has 5000+ questions plus the CD

and the book itself has 2 comprehensive exams (MOCKS) in the end!

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USRN2Be has 2 years experience.

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I used the Mosby NCLEX - it has 5000+ questions plus the CD

and the book itself has 2 comprehensive exams (MOCKS) in the end!

thank you so much! :)

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This is wonderful! Thanks so much for the fantastic tips!!

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9livesRN has 2 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in SNU/SNF/MedSurg, SPCU Ortho/Neuro/Spine.

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you are welcome

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9livesRN has 2 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in SNU/SNF/MedSurg, SPCU Ortho/Neuro/Spine.

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Just a bump on the thread, It might help the newcomers.

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