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krean21

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    Should I give up in taking NCLEX-RN or not?

    I received my test result evaluation and I have 3 below passing and the rest are near passing.
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    Should I give up in taking NCLEX-RN or not?

    Can someone please help me decide what is best NCLEX RN practice questions that works, if there is any? Any input? I tried UWorld, NRSNG, NCLEX mastery app. Dunno what else to try that will help a lot. Thanks for all the encouragement. You never know how much confidence I had when I read there are still people who believe in me. God bless you.
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    Should I give up in taking NCLEX-RN or not?

    I did refresher course but it did not let help me pass. Thank you for the encouragement.
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    Fresenius Kidney Care opportunities

    Hello to all, I wanted to have an input as to how Fresenius are hiring regarding this Job opportunity that is posted in www.indeed.com. The Job posting is Clinical Operations Specialist II for LPN/LVN position. It is like working at home but you will get 40 hours a week. Anybody would like to share if this is a good working position? I have been called by their Health care recruiter from Allegis Global Solutions. Is it Legit I am just trying to make sure if it is not a scam. Thanks for your time and ideas. God bless.
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    Should I give up in taking NCLEX-RN or not?

    I'm gonna try to take it again. Thank you.
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    Should I give up in taking NCLEX-RN or not?

    Thank you.
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    I need help please...failed rn nclex 4 times

    Hi do you have the notes too?
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    How I prepared for NCLEX, Passed in 75 Questions.

    hi do you have some print outs? Can you please email it to me too at krean21@yahoo.com? Thank you.
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    Should I give up in taking NCLEX-RN or not?

    I haven't seen the result yet. I am waiting for it. Thank you.
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    Should I give up in taking NCLEX-RN or not?

    Okay I will try to ask for her. I liked being an LPN. My patient's love me so it boost's my self-esteem for a caregiver like me. But I am tired of having a lot of patient in a nursing home. We have higher patient ratios compared to Hospital nurses. Plus I really wanted to have a good experience and I know in the hospital it will be to expand my knowledge and apply what I have learned. Plus it is a bridge in furthering bigger salary and specialty as a nurse. Thanks.
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    Should I give up in taking NCLEX-RN or not?

    Thank you for this. That is what I need to do.
  12. First and foremost, I wanted to tell a story how I ended up in the nursing field. I graduated Bachelor of Science in Commerce Major in Management Accounting in another country outside the USA. During my college days or shall I say High school days (you know time to decide what course in college you are taking) my schoolmates and classmates, even friends and relatives or even my brother and sis-in-law chose to be in the Nursing field. Take note I am afraid of seeing bloods, or even seeing a person in the television undergoing a surgery. And to fast forward, I worked at my dad's business in the bookkeeping department as a bookkeeper. When my great grandmother got sick I had the privilege of taking care of her and realize I had a compassionate heart when giving care. But it didn't start there that I decided to go to Nursing school. I worked here in one of a well known bank with good insurance but then I was let go due to no available work, in short Laid off. I tried to look for a job and to a point that I decided to apply whatever company or line of job it was, but unfortunately did not find one. And that was the time I decided to change my career to Nursing. I told myself that I will try to do Practical Nursing School first and see if I am going to like it. I finished the course and took the test 1 time and voila, I passed. Glory to God it is because of Him that I did pass. It was a miracle for me. Years have passed and still working as an LPN, the field of nursing is getting in demand and now very competitive. I decided to pursue with the BSN. Not to boast for myself I finished my BSN in 2015. Sad to say and at the same time feeling embarrassed, I failed for the 4th time in taking the NCLEX. Yesterday was the day of my exam and today I found out I failed. I tried different reviews, live in class, or self study books but unfortunately no positive results yet. I spent thousands of dollars just to try a different strategy of studying just to pass. 4th time? I felt ashamed. Now the question is should I give up or keep on going? I am frustrated right now of myself but I cannot blame myself either because I know I gave my best in studying plus with small kids and a full time job! I just wanted to cry right now. I think this is where the statement says When you stumble it is not the "how many times it happened, but how many times you keep on standing up right away to finish the game". What to do next? Where to go to or to whom to ask for help! Now this is where the line says that we need to do our part and God will do the rest right? (I am a believer) My goal is to Pass the boards, work in a hospital to gain more experience but where is it going? Should I continue? Should I give up or not? Even me cannot answer that right now. But I know things happen for a reason. All I can do right now is wait, pray and study, because In due time I will be rewarded if I don't give up. Right? That's the Spirit. Feel free to comment but please respect each others points of view. I would love to hear good encouragements that will help individuals who feel like what I'm feeling now to be lifted up and not to give up1
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    Failed NCLEX-RN 4th yime!

    Correction, my exam date was March 13, 2018. Sorry typo.
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    Failed NCLEX-RN 4th yime!

    Hello good day to you all! I just want to share with you despite being frustrated, to those who haven't pass for multiple times of taking the exam, I SO feel you. Mixed emotions. I just want to create this thread so we can share emotions and encourage each and everyone. I don't know what else to do now that I Failed but that doesn't mean I will give up. Studied for 3 months used ReMar review hoping that I will pass this time. Now I am not blaming ReMar producta because it helped me with my content and I have learned so much. Maybe I just need to do a different strategy in studying. I took the test on March 13, 2017 and computer shut off at 95 questions, 10 SATA, delegation, prioritizations and some pharma. Yesterday March 14, 2018 was posted on board I failed for the 4th time. I felt embarassed and ashamed. I will have to take a week off feom studying and then start after a week then retake in 45 days God willing. I don't know what else to use for my review and how will i do it. So if you have any suggestion that helped you pass pls share your experience or ideas. Would really want to have someone to remind that it's not the end of the world. You all rock future nurses and new ones. Congratulations to all who pass!
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    To those who passed NCLEX RN recently!!

    hi i will be taking mine on the 16th too. God be with us.
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