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What NCLEX strategies should I follow? Can you share the tips and tricks and what book did you study?

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I took the test Thursday 10/10. I used uworld and mark klimek audios. He has some excellent tips. Passed in 75 questions. I wouldn’t say I was a scholar student by any means. I think if I can pass with those two methods, anyone can. I didn’t find anything else necessary 

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You can go with NCLEX-PN Prep 2018 book by Kaplan Nursing. This book will provide you what you need to pass the test.

Good luck with your test 😊

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I used mainly uworld, but other materials helped me as well such as the nclex mastery app, Mark audios, even though I didn’t finish listening to it, and the nclex cram sheet. But the best advice I can give you is relax; don’t stress too much about it. Don’t worry so much about the number of questions you’re doing and more about reading and maybe writing down the rationales. When it dawns closer to your date then you can pick up on the number of questions you’re doing so you can build up your test stamina. Good luck, you can do!

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I passed in 75 questions last week and I used Kaplan to prep! I did the self guided prep.

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Used Uworld and Saunders Comprehensive Review.

Set a schedule and focus on your worst topics for the first few weeks; try answer at least 50-75 questions a day; utilize the "exam mode" option to get the feel of the real exam; study in intervals--studying too long won't help you learn if your brain can't take it; look up diseases you're not familiar with on youtube (helped me visualize significant symptoms); take the time to understand why answers are right and wrong (in other words, take note of the rationales); take breaks; get a lot of sleep before the exam; go in prepared to answer all 265 questions the day of 

RegisteredNurseRN on YouTube especially helped me out explaining important NCLEX topics when I was in a time crunch. 

Good luck to you!

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I also only used UWORLD & I passed in 75 questions. Honestly, I think the best way to "prepare" for NCLEX is just to keep practicing questions. I was not a top student either, I actually failed a nursing class and my ATI predictor told me I had ~50% chance of passing the NCLEX. My UWORLD comp also said the same thing. If you do decide to purchase UWORLD, don't let the comp predictor worry you too much. Just practice questions everyday, but don't overwhelm yourself either. 

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Pls FAM, send me the on- line link, to subscribe for  Uworld, to help me prepare for nclex examination.

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1 hour ago, Oguzie Rosekate. O said:

Pls FAM, send me the on- line link, to subscribe for  Uworld, to help me prepare for nclex examination.

Uworld.com and choose nclex Rn package 

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