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I have taken nclex 4 times already. I am so confused and don't understand where am I going wrong or what am I doing wrong. It's been an year already since I graduated. I really need to start working, but I don't know where and which position to apply as I don't have a licence yet. I need advice on what should I do next. I think it would be good, if I can find one-on-on tutor for nclex review. Also, please advice on where can I work with my nursing degree. Please help me suggest what should I do or what other opportunities do I have.

Thank you!

Hasti

Hello I hope this will help you, ok start transforming everything that surround you with just nursing stuff, with this I mean your tv shows, your music, even you lock screen in your cellphone make everything related to the n'clex, I had my mirror in the BR with sticky notes that said "you will pass" "you got this", instead of take a look in Instagram I had "NCLEX mastery app" which is awesome it have like 1600 Q's w/rationals and everything also I did simple nursing with Michel linseed for the first month and then Kaplan review course and I did all the Q bank questions and the exams ( it is the most important one) also there's other app that that is not that helpful but it help you keep yourself focus "figure1" it is like an Instagram but for healthcare providers and you can see cases and real pictures and explanations happening in the moment and HCP talking about the case it is awesome, another app is "mastery arritmias" is just 9,99$ but you will learn all the arritmias easy, and the most important during my study time I used to have a note book (like a side note note book) where I wrote all the things that I thought were important, and the day before the exam I didn't take any time off I read my whole side note book very calm and relax, the only thing that I memorized was labs and toxic levels values!! And very IMPORTANT "don't tell anyone!!! I mean nobody should know that you are going to take that exam!!!! I did that and I was so calm and confident! I took the exam at 2 pm, I went two days before, I was at the center at 1:15pm and I went in and I was surprise that after the 75 question my computer was still going cause I was so much prepare ( I prepared myself to take an 265Q's exam) well the computer shout down at 76 Q's and I raised my arms in victory cause I did know that in that moment I was an RN, I didn't do anything about "good pop up" nothing I wait and I got my results 48 hours later... And with all that power I told all my family and friends that I was officially an RN!

Believe it would be better if you don't tell nobody

Keep trying that you are a winner and you will pass that exam, trust in yourself

I hope this will help you! I know it will cause you are so smart !!

I'm not going to wish you luck cause you don't need it, I'm going to wish to you to have the best of success of all!!

You got this!!!

"I'm texting from my cellphone sorry if you see any misspelling "

Namaste

Silverdragon102, BSN

Specializes in Medical and general practice now LTC. Has 33 years experience.

Check out the NCLEX forum under the student tab above.

TheCommuter, BSN, RN

Specializes in Case mgmt., rehab, (CRRN), LTC & psych. Has 15 years experience.

Your thread has been moved to our NCLEX Discussion Forum. Good luck to you!

I have taken nclex 4 times already. I am so confused and don't understand where am I going wrong or what am I doing wrong. It's been an year already since I graduated. I really need to start working, but I don't know where and which position to apply as I don't have a licence yet. I need advice on what should I do next. I think it would be good, if I can find one-on-on tutor for nclex review. Also, please advice on where can I work with my nursing degree. Please help me suggest what should I do or what other opportunities do I have.

Thank you!

Hasti

Thank you so much for motivation and encouragement! I feel a lot better after reading this.

Have you tried a live review such as Kaplan or Hurst? I would recommend first figuring out what study techniques work best for you and also consistently practicing NCLEX-style questions as well as test-taking strategies. I recommend UWorld or Kaplan. I was able to be successful with Hurst Review and UWorld. You can do it! Good luck to you!