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Need UWORLD if you have Elsevier Adaptive Quizzing?

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I'm preparing to take the NCLEX in August, and due to the timing of my accelerated RN to NP program need to be sure that I'll pass on the first attempt.

Another student that's a year ahead of me recommended getting the 6 month membership and starting UWORLD in Feb for the Aug exam date.

Vanderbilt provides us with Hurst prep during the summer, and we've already had to purchase Elsevier Adaptive Quizzing and ATI, and we will be required to do the HESI tests during the summer. 

Would those of you that used UWORLD recommend investing in it, in addition to all of the above?

*This coming from someone that is TERRIFIED of NCLEX style nursing questions.  I've been doing marginally well on exams in school... so feeling a lot of pressure!

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Tetiana is a BSN, RN and specializes in NICU.

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uWorld is all you need to pass NCLEX in my opinion. It is the best recourse! highly recommend it. 

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My job, which paid for my school, paid for Hurst Live. While it was great, UWorld was superior. My program also had elsevier and the adaptive quizzing just isn’t up to the same level as UWorld. 

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4 hours ago, TinaMWrtr said:

My job, which paid for my school, paid for Hurst Live. While it was great, UWorld was superior. My program also had elsevier and the adaptive quizzing just isn’t up to the same level as UWorld. 

This is great to hear. I'm thinking of doing the 6 month plan with the goal of practicing 2-3 hours per week. Any tips based on how you used it? Thank you 🙏

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