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  1. 3414campbell

    I finished the NCLEX-RN 2019 yesterday. Ask me anything.

    Prioritization/Delegation is apart of the Management of Care section on NCLEX which holds the most weight. On Nclex those questions were VERY tricky...imo. This video should help with those type of questions.
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    I finished the NCLEX-RN 2019 yesterday. Ask me anything.

    Know your weak areas and start with those first. Do about 75 questions a day. Understand the rationale. Read the rationale whether you get it right or wrong. Use simple reference materials to help review weak content areas. Saunder's review books are great for content review Definitely practice prioritization/delegation, thats big on Nclex. Uworld is a great tool for Nclex review especially prioritization/delegation.
  3. 3414campbell

    I finished the NCLEX-RN 2019 yesterday. Ask me anything.

    UPDATE: I PASSED!
  4. 3414campbell

    I finished the NCLEX-RN 2019 yesterday. Ask me anything.

    3 I used Uworld, it's awesome. If you can afford it, then get it. I purchased the package with one self assessment for $150. You get 60 days. The NCLEX was fair. Some things I knew and some I didn't. I feel it was on par with Uworld, and I felt prepared. Uworld has the same format, question styles, and etc. I am a slow test taker. I read the question 2-3 times to make sure I comprehend the question. It's natural to be nervous. I heard my heart beating through the isolationheadphones. Lol. However, I felt a bit more at ease knowing I prepared and prepped for the exam. Do not let your nerves get the best of you. Go over concepts you struggle with. Most importantly, never forget the big picture. For example, if my kidneys aren't working, what other body systems will it effect? What would be my s/s, nursing interventions, and treatments. You will do fine. Good luck!
  5. 3414campbell

    I finished the NCLEX-RN 2019 yesterday. Ask me anything.

    I graduated in May and started studying seriously in late July. I prepared a good month in advance. I primarily used Uworld. Uworld is awesome! I focused on the rationales and breaking down the question.
  6. Hi everyone, I finished the NCLEX-RN yesterday with 77 questions. Here is a brief overview: 22-23 SATA 1 EKG (V-fib and I was overjoyed) 10-15 Maternity/Newborn 5 Peds 1 picture No dosages LOTS of priority and delegation ( very tricky) I got the good pop-up so I'm hoping I passed. However, I will pay to access my quick results.
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