I graduated in December 2010 and proceeded to fail the NCLEX twice. The last time I failed was in September 2011. I think it is time to get back up on the horse and pass the test already. I hate to say this going in to the study portion of the NCLEX but I feel like the NCLEX is my unicorn which I know is bad because it sets me up for failure. I am going to try to think positive.
How do you recommend I jump back in to preparing for the exam? I have an ATI tutor that is helpful and I also have access to both Kaplan (purchased a sub), and to Saunders - Fifth Edition. I also have access to NCLEX 4000, Lippincott, amongst other material but I would like to stick to ATI, Kaplan, and Saunders.
Am I in trouble because so much time has passed between my graduation and the last time I took the exam?
Thank you in advance for any support you can provide.