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NCLEX tomorrow, I feel like I'm going to get sick!

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FORTHELOVEOF!!!! specializes in Neuroscience/Brain and Stroke.

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So nervous, did Kaplan, average between 60 to 67 on qbank and 68 on readiness. Is this good enough????

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You're going to be fine. Don't doubt yourself. I'll be praying for you.

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hearts895, RN BSN specializes in Critical Care.

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Praying for you!!!! ***Hugs***

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FORTHELOVEOF!!!! specializes in Neuroscience/Brain and Stroke.

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Done. 75 questions, 55 minutes, 18 SATA, and the good pop-up, whew!

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Dubs2012 has 2 years experience.

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Done. 75 questions, 55 minutes, 18 SATA, and the good pop-up, whew!

Congrats!!! :nurse: :roflmao:

So maybe it is true about the more SATA questions you have the better?!...could you compare them to KAPLAN or the NCLEX rather to KAPAN Q trainers and Qbanks?

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FORTHELOVEOF!!!! specializes in Neuroscience/Brain and Stroke.

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Our kaplan instructor told us that SATA questions are well above the passing line, so yes, I took that as a good sign. The test is designed just like Kaplan imo but the SATA are easier on NCLEX. Don't second guess yourself and don't worry about cramming in a bunch of content, practice the kaplan questions and get your average up to above 60 and you should do great!

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hearts895, RN BSN specializes in Critical Care.

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Our kaplan instructor told us that SATA questions are well above the passing line, so yes, I took that as a good sign. The test is designed just like Kaplan imo but the SATA are easier on NCLEX. Don't second guess yourself and don't worry about cramming in a bunch of content, practice the kaplan questions and get your average up to above 60 and you should do great!

Thank you so much for the advice!! :) I am so happy for you and Congratulations!!:woot::nurse:

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Dubs2012 has 2 years experience.

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Thanks for the info! Ill be sure to be brushing up on those though. For someone though who may feel a little weak in content and recognizing s/s what could you suggest still just doing questions and learning from them?

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FORTHELOVEOF!!!! specializes in Neuroscience/Brain and Stroke.

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When you review your your Kaplan tests, jot down the stuff you didn't know anything about and go back to the kaplan course book and read a little about it. Good luck

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FORTHELOVEOF!!!! specializes in Neuroscience/Brain and Stroke.

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Found out today that I passed! PVT still works!

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Found out today that I passed! PVT still works!

Congrats ! I hope that's me next month! :)

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