1. Saunder's Comprehensive Review = 100 questions/day
2. LaCharity P.D.&A = 2 chapters/day. The Case study section is up to you if you want to answer it, but for me the first 21 chapters where sufficient. If you finished it, do it again in a later date.
3. Get supplemental questionnaires. Pick 1 from the ff: Exam Cram, Lippincott's, Davis Q&A.
4. Do some flash card of topics you forget or you think is important to know like S&S of Hyperthyroidism, difference of gastric ulcer from peptic ulcer, basic ECG dysrhythmias + it's interventions (drug of choice, CPR, cardioversion?) and if possible, draw what the rhythm look like. After making some flash cards, read them with understanding after your review. This is what I did and it really helped. These will be your fundamentals to cover those "simple questions" in the real exam. And you need to get those "simple questions" right in order to get those priority questions.