I know exactly what you're using.
What I did, read saunders and took notes in the andersons book. after all the notes, i read and reviewed the anderson book once or twice in the last 2 weeks of studying before my test date. I did tons of questions every day, then the next day or 2 read content, then do questions after that. i switched back and forth. the last week before nclex, i did kaplan questions found onlline/google. i also read the study guide that can found on here but no by allnurses.
YOU have plenty of time. dont rush. dont cram. you know the info, you went to nursing school and survived it for a reason!!
nclex is just another step in your journey to achieve your dream.
read the anderson book a few times during the last 2 weeks, and do tons of questions. read the rationales!!!! those are extremely helpful and important.
good luck, you will pass, be confident.
you cant memorize everything for the nclex. impossible. the nclex is random and you never know what they'll ask you about. just know the basics and use test taking strategies. ABC's, infection control, priority. relax and breathe. i felt like i forgot everything after school ended.
i passed the first time with the same things you used. plus nclex 4000.