Passed NCLEX-RN In 75 Questions

Can I pass the NCEX in just 3 weeks?

I want to show that it is possible to prepare for the NCLEX in 3 weeks without using a plethora of prep tools. Here is what worked for me:

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Elianat

33 Posts

Hi @Angel_joyz03 thank you for your post, it makes me feel more relieved to see that you only used kaplan Qbank and passed you test congratulations!!!:D

I am testing in excatly one week, a little nervous, trying to remain as calm as possible. I only used kaplan qbank questions, did all of then¡m and right now I am reviewing the notes with the rationals, it is also SO GOOD to see that kaplan questions are similar to the NCLEX, feeling optimistic.

Hope to give you good news soon

leinique16

50 Posts

Thank you for the tips & Congrats .. I would love & be thankful if you email me your account for Kaplan I am one of those who cannot afford it. PLease Please I begged... Thanks in Advance :)

Browneyes80

28 Posts

Anyone has a helpful study guide they would like to share. I have the 35 pages already

orchido

1 Post

I'm taking my NCLEX RN test soon and I'm looking for free NCLEX RN test sites where I can find questions and answers.

Do you know of any? Thanks.

ItzNikki

95 Posts

I did lots of studying 6-8 hours for two weeks before my exam. I only studied Hurst and did their 6 Q reviews (750 questions total). I also did about 150 Qs on Uworld and was glad I did because they have very good rationals and the challenging level questions really prepared me on some areas. On my test day, I was very anxious and felt like I forgot everything that morning. I had about 15 sata, 1 put in order, no med calculation, lots of priority and 1 delegation. There were many topics that were not covered in Hurst. So I suggest to look over the green Hesi book or Saunders for a good preparation. My test stopped at 75 Qs after 1 hour 15mins. I rushed through because I didn't want to second guess myself. I only read through the questions twice and picked the best of all. I learned that if I spent too much time on one question, I will keep on changing my answer and that's how I failed my exist Hesi after 4 hours. Our school gave us a chance to retake the Hesi to see if we have improved and I was able to pass the second time after 1 hour 30mins.

Honestly, I didn't think I was gonna make it because there were so many questions I either guessed or just had no clue. I tried the PV trick at 11 hr and 26 hr after the test and had good popup. 48 hours after I had my passing status.

alyssa92

2 Posts

I took the NCLEX on July 26th. the computer shut off at 75 questions!!!! I did the trick and got the good pop up. I checked on July 28th and I passed! I did ALL of Kaplan (about 3000 questions), I also did some Lacharity questions on quizlet, I did some NCLEX Mastery as well maybe 400 hundred questions on there. I HIGHLY recommend NCLEX Mastery if you can't afford to get Kaplan or any other review course. The ONLY time i reviewed content was when I had no idea as to why a question was right. I STRICTLY focused on just questions. I also made sure that I knew my labs! Good luck to anyone who has yet to take it. You got this! DO NOT second guess yourself, confidence is key!

showbizrn

432 Posts

Specializes in Behavioral Health, Show Biz.

Congratulations and thank you for an honest, heartfelt story!

Much success to you!