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New and after some advice

:cry: hello everyone. i have been out of the nursing profession since 2001. i let my liscence lapse and took the state boards over again after studying all these cram question books. i failed, but i am going to take it again. i think, being out of nursing this long, there is a lot of information i have forgotten and missed and just answering questions and reading rationales doesn't work. if there is anyone out there who has been in my position and has some advice, let me know. i see a lot about the saunders book, so i wanted to know if that is a good investment. there are no courses being offered in my area, so i'm wondering if any of these courses offered online (hurst) are any good or if just self-studying is the best method. i have several books lent to me, including one on dosage calc. i just would like to hear if anyone has some good advice. thanks guys.:bow:

luv'nlife068

Specializes in none.

Sorry you didn't pass. You might check out Suzannes plan. I have failed twice & I am currently doing the first part of the plan. Study hard, keep a positive "I can" attitude, and you will get it. Good luck...

Silverdragon102, BSN

Has 32 years experience. Specializes in Medical and general practice now LTC.

what is suzanne's strategy? Saunders?

Check out the stickies

I have no idea what 'the stickies' are. I am new to this forum.

Silverdragon102, BSN

Has 32 years experience. Specializes in Medical and general practice now LTC.

Stickies are threads with useful information which can be found in most forums and are always found near the top, here is a picture to explain

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