Hi there. Don't worry, you will be ok. I am an Excelsior graduate and have been through it all...the tests, FCCA, CPNE and NCLEX. My advice to you is for you to really hunker down and be very diligent about the studies. I know it seems like review of the LVN/LPN but there's so much more to learn. What helped me was to get a board review book that is really detailed, like Saunders. It goes over all the diseases, treatments, meds, etc. and it's helpful. I don't know if you have textbooks, but you can get them for cheap on Amazon or Barnes and Noble.Com. Honestly, I did not buy the current editions that were recommended. Why? They had the same info as the older books for a lot less money. Study hard and get the good grades. If you work for the Government, they actually ask to see your transcripts and your grades WILL matter. Also, if you want to go on for your BSN the programs will have a minimum GPA they will accept. I know of a fellow Excelsior Grad that could not get into a BSN program she wanted to attend because her GPA was too low. Also, the better you do and the more prepared you are, the better prepared you will be for NCLEX-RN. Just pick yourself up and start over, this time wiser. I know it's hard because it's self-directed with no instructor, but it can be done. I don't know you but admire your desire to do better. Excelsior students and graduates are the best...we have a really high pass rate on NCLEX, too! Now go get 'em! You can do it!!
Keep smiling and best wishes to you.