Tommorow is the day. Ive kept my work schedule the same to keep a routine so I won't freak out. I tend to lose my breath sort of a couple of days before the test. Since this is my third time my boss, who understands me told me to keep working.
Ive reviewed my weak spots. Ive done ncsbn 3 times. Reviewed Kaplan, Mosby, Saunders, Nclex 3000, Lippincots, and nclex made super easy. I decieded to do questions from them all. I put on all the cd's and opened all programs and minimized the boxes. Then I would do, say 25 questions from each. I did this so I could get a variety.
I noticed on NCSBN, that it got to where I remembered ALL the answers to the questions. So I abandoned signing up for it again. Great questions and all but what good is it if I remember the answers. Isn't that strange how we can remember hundreds of questions?
I think Ive gained alot here at this sight. I get now that some answers are not, AIRWAY, or BREATHING, automatically. I get that if you can get it down to two an they both look right, then you have to hammer it out with all the TOOL's.
Look at what the question is asking.
ABC apply or not
Assessment or not.
What is the real priority?
Who is the most unstable?
Who is the most stable?
Is this the right, task to delegate to the right person?
Perhaps there is more. *** If you have some please share SOON**
Then there are what I call plain knowledge questions. Like, conversions, or which patient has high sodium, or what patient has to be npo.
I know I can't remember everything. I know I have alot of info in my memory. I know I have alot of knowledge stuffed in my head. I hope I have finally learned enough to put up a shot and score my three points in the last 2 seconds of the final game.