So I struggled while I was in nursing school.. I worked my ass of to study for exams and still did not do as well as I had wanted or expected to do. However, I never gave up and you shouldn't either. If nursing is what you really want to do, then you need to work as hard as you can to accomplish that goal.
Anyways, I just took my nclex this past Friday (July 10) and I graduated May 30th with my BSN. I was terrified to take nclex, but I had no choice so I purchased Hurst and did the review online at my own pace. After the lectures, I did the practice exams scoring anywhere from 70-85/125 questions. I also purchased the NCLEX RN Mastery app for my phone so I could do questions while I was out-waiting in line, at work on my break, in the car, etc... About a week before my exam, I bought the Kaplan qbank online and worked through many questions on there (very similar to nclex style questions!). I made sure I read the rationales and that I understood before moving on.
Today, I found out I passed nclex. My computer stopped at 78... I had tons of priority questions, 20 SATA, no math, one or two meds.... Bottom line, you NEED to know how to delegate, and who your priority clients would be out of a selection of 4.
Just at keep doing questions, but make sure you UNDERSTAND the rationales and content!
You can do this!!!