In nursing school, I didn't really care for my education for my first 3 semesters and I was on the verge of being kicked out because of my GPA. I rebuilt myself in my last 2 and finished the semester strong.
I believe if you study diligently and follow a schedule you will pass the NCLEX. I studied for 2 weeks. Of that time, 1 week and a day was spent in the library. from 8 am to 5:30-6pm I was studying. I would take breaks for lunch and to take a ****/poop. After going home, I would eat dinner while watching some netflix, and then study till 10-11 before repeating the cycle once again. Go to your nearest bookstore, Barnes & Nobles for me, and camp in their nursing section. Look at all the latest editions of books and do every practice question that you can.
For me, I got angry and told myself I would pass this test no matter what. I thought of the teachers who doubted me or threatened us about how satanic the exam would be, pretentious classmates, and whoever looked down upon in me nursing school. That fueled me to pass that dam test and prove them wrong.
If you go to you school's library, whichever is open the earliest and latest, and study 9 hours a day, I do not see how you can fail the NCLEX. Law students do this everyday for about 2 months while studying for the bar, so it's not that bad in comparison. Believe you will pass this test no matter what and you will. Good luck!
Kaplan (no in-class. I used Qbanks and Qtrainers, no videos.)
Saunders yellow (5th edition)
Lippincott's NCLEX-RN Alternate-format questions (really helpful)
Random Nursing books at Barnes & Nobles.