What does the NCLEX Candidate Performance Report that you got in the mail say are your weakest areas? This report shows how you performed in each of the test plan content areas and tell what content areas you are weakest in. Compare the latest report to the other previous reports youve received and Use them as a guide to prepare you so when you retake the exam you’ll be good and ready.
I took the NCLEX-RN almost a few month ago graduating because it took about 3 weeks to get your ATT. Plus, when I looked online, there were not that many open spots to pick from (only 4 or 5 spots) and most of the spots were at 8:00am. So, I waited until next month to see what the schedules would be and, come to find out, the schedules were almost the same as the previous month’s. So, I had choice but to take on a Monday at 8AM.
I used NCLEX RN mastery, ATI RN mentor, UWorld NCLEX, NCSBN RN flash cards, and mosby’s NCLEX RN, Saunders.
I would recommend using Kaplan, too, but I Don’t think Kaplan has an app to study for the NCLEX.
“In your state, where do patients go who still need medical management but are being discharged from acute care? Are they going to a facility that medically manages them?”
they are normally transferred to a skilled nursing facility or LTACH.
To increase your chance of passing, you should take the NCLEX as early as possible. I believe years ago when I took the The NCLEX-PN, I took it a couple months after I graduated. That’s because I waited so long to get my ATT. the continental testing in my state moves slow. I passed it. Then, Years later When I took the NCLEX-RN, It was almost a few months after me graduating from the adn program took it. I passed it again.
The college that I went to also used ATI and my probability of passing was I think 97%.
You don’t need to graduate from a LPN program in order to sit for the NCLEX-PN exam if you say you were in your last semester of the ADN program. In Illinois, in order to be eligible to take the NCLEX-PN, you only need to complete the first year of the ADN program and complete a nursing elective. You should research what your state’s eligibility requirements are to take the National Council Licensure Examination for Licensed Practical Nurses (NCLEX-PN). In some states, Just Semesters 1 and 2 constitute the LPN certificate program.
I don’t know. Why did you say youve received an offer from uic if you did not complete all the required prerequisites and admission requirements? Did you drop these two classes? Is that why you will not be able to complete them? I would suggest you call the nursing department on Monday and they answer all your questions.