I've never posted anything, but I stalked this site so much prior to taking the NCLEX that I feel that it is only right that I share the knowledge. I graduated from an accelerated MSN (2nd degree) nursing program in May. There was a delay in VA graduates receiving their ATT, so I studied a lot longer than I planned to initially. I did the Evolve/Elsevier adaptive quizzing that came with my school's Hesi package for 3 weeks. This was somewhat helpful, but I did not feel confident enough to take to the NCLEX.
Someone told me about Uworld and it was the best study decision that I made. I did Uworld for 5 weeks- I finished all of the questions and ended up going back and doing a few hundred of the questions over that I missed. I passed the NCLEX with only 75 questions and I honestly don't know if I would have without Uworld. I walked out of the NCLEX thinking "what was the big fuss about?" I was well prepared and killed it with confidence. Stop stressing and use Uworld. In addition to Uworld, I did complete a couple of chapters in Lacharity Prioritization and Delegation. Uworld contains a lot of priority questions, so I wouldn't stress buying other materials. Good Luck!