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New Grad LVN studying for NCLEX

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by PD82 PD82 Member

PD82 has 3 years experience and specializes in Neuro/EMU, Pediatrics, Med Surg.

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Hi guys!

I just finished my final exams today and I graduate on Friday :) I know the next step in this journey is passing state boards.

I've already begun doing 100+ questions a day from Saunders nclex review and it has been pretty helpful. My school offers a prep course from nursinged and I'm wondering if anyone has had any experience taking the prep course-- does it work?? Its $160 for a 2 day course.

I also noticed the NCSBN website has a review course, which is self paced online,and so I'm debating on doing that instead of the prep course (or both?)

Any advice on preparation?? I plan to test for NCLEX as soon as I get my ATT.

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Deidre1017 has 5 years experience as a LPN.

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Congrats!!! My final is next Tuesday & graduation is on the 17th! I can't wait to take the nclex. I'm ready to start working in the nursing field.

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I took NCSBN I liked it (50 $ 3 weeks lots of work with this one) , also I bought Kaplan qbank and Lacharity book -very helpful. Taking my nclex in a week hoping for the best xoxoxxo

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nursefromcali has 6 years experience and specializes in Ambulatory, Corrections, SNF, LTC, Rehab.

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I used Kaplan Strategies, Saunders NCLEX book, and exam cram and some pdf files here in allnurses. I used google and youtube for procedures and images :) take my nclex for 1st try and passed it. SELF REVIEW! :)

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