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  1. Hey guys!

    I need tips for studying for the NCLEX. I am extremely overwhelmed. I have UWORLD, and have been intermittently studying the rationales and have the Saunders book to use as a reference (although I don't like it much). I haven't taken the NCLEX yet and need tips for studying. I've been looking at youtube, and other forums including allnurses for tips. I stumbled upon the NCSBN review and was wondering if that's worth it, or if I should just keep using UWORLD. 

     

    Thanks!!

    Jeanne 

    1. indienurse

      indienurse, MSN

      When I studied for my NCLEX, I did 300 questions a day for 2 months before the exam. I used post its in the bathroom, I studied (Flashcards) while using the bathroom , while in line at target or anywhere. There wasn't a time when you didn't see me without a flashcard. 

    2. KSjo88

      KSjo88, BSN

      I heard UWorld is great... same with previous poster... I did hundreds of questions everyday and read through the rationales for about two weeks after graduation until I took my NCLEX. Relax....

  2. jruth1218

    tips for studying for NCLEX

    Hey guys! I need tips for studying for the NCLEX. I am extremely overwhelmed. I have UWORLD, and have been intermittently studying the rationales and have the Saunders book to use as a reference (although I don't like it much). I haven't taken the NCLEX yet and need tips for studying. I've been looking at youtube, and other forums including allnurses for tips. I stumbled upon the NCSBN review and was wondering if that's worth it, or if I should just keep using UWORLD. Thanks!! Jeanne
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