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  1. Low KAPLAN scores!! Passed the NCLEX RN!

    Congratulations!! I, too passed the NCLEX with low Kaplan scores. My scores usually were in the 50-57% range, with some being over 60 if I remember correctly. I knew for sure I was going to have 265 questions, but thank the Lord I only had 75 questio...
  2. I agree with what the others said above. I am a new graduate working two months of nights and then coming back on days (I started as a CNA on days). If darn night shift didn't mess with my body/rhythm so much, I would stay on nights. My experience so...
  3. NCLEX - Pass with minimal SATA?

    I got maybe 10 SATA at the max and passed with 75 questions. I also didn't get any audio or ordered responses. Good luck! Just because you didn't get a lot of SATA doesn't mean you failed.
  4. Advice for the New Grad

    Hi Everyone, I've been looking for other threads before I posted about advice for new grads (I hope i'm posting in the right spot.) I couldn't find any, if I did they were very old. I will be starting next week as a new grad. Do you have any advice y...
  5. East Coast Blizzard 2016 NCLEX-RN Results Delay?

    Have you heard anything?? Please say yes and that you passed. :-)
  6. Need Feedback on Scores! Please help!

    I created a thread of my NCLEX-RN experience. I passed with 75 questions (1/26). I posted the link so you could see my scores. https://allnurses.com/nclex-discussion-forum/passed-with-75-1033667.html
  7. Any study tips and advice for nursing school?

    I would focus on finding out your learning style, like now. Reason I say this- when I got into Med Surg I, I was trying to figure out what worked best for me. This caused me to constantly struggle. If you get your learning style down pat it will help...
  8. ADN>MSN or aBSN? HELP!

    I went the ADN route. First, it only took two years to complete (which means being a broke college student for two years not four). My employer will pay for me to get my BSN. I graduated in December, we had a class of 20 I believe (all ADN) and every...
  9. Should I "waste" my time getting an ADN?

    I choose to do ADN for several reasons. My program took two years. This means that you're in school (and probably a broke college student) for only two years. I figured i'd start making more money than being broke and then go back to college. Plus, m...
  10. East Coast Blizzard 2016 NCLEX-RN Results Delay?

    This is the only reason I could see a hold up. Or if someone was suspected of cheating-it may not have been you (or anyone sitting around you), but just clearing everyone that tested that day? I'm sorry you are experiencing this. Also, I tried using...
  11. help...

    I loved Kaplan. The live Review was testing taking strategies. However, I got a Kaplan content review book with my course and if I was missing questions simply because I didn't know the content I went back to their content book. I only used Kaplan an...
  12. NCLEX study schedule/calendar

    I took a live Kaplan review course and scheduled my test two weeks (I did not work during this time and I had no children) from the end of the review. I didn't study until the review course. I took a readiness test and based that on what particular c...
  13. East Coast Blizzard 2016 NCLEX-RN Results Delay?

    Hi Cap2253, I am from Virginia also. I took my NCLEX on January 26th and got my results back on the 27th. I called the license number around 9-9:30 and mine was up. Apparently they only update that once a day (usually in the morning, they said 10:00)...
  14. Passed with 75 Questions using Kaplan

    I wanted to restate what you've stated because so many students (including myself until I researched it), just because you are getting SATA questions does NOT mean they are passing. So many students say if you get SATA, priority, delegation, you are ...
  15. What's his blood sugar?

    This is interesting, because on our nursing care boards it is a spot that say's "blood sugar" and the CNAs write the time and the blood sugar down for the nurse. However, with our blood sugar machines it automatically pops up in the patients chart, s...