I have been a nurse for just a little bit over a year and took NCLEX last August. It was very overwhelming for me at first to figure out how to study. I tried a lot of different approaches, sticking with the main two of reviewing content and doing a million questions. I had access to Kaplan through my school, so I did a lot of questions. I tried to review content through Saunders (yellow book) but would just end up falling asleep. After doing that quite a few times, I finally just gave up and stuck to just doing questions. I saved the tests 6 and 7 from Kaplan until the last few weeks before I took my exam. I think I actually took test 7 maybe a week or less before my exam? I also used NCLEX RN 10,000 because I didn't want to use up all the Kaplan questions real fast and then just be doing repeats. Priority, Delegation and Assignment was another book that I did questions from in the last month before taking my test. I loved that book because I felt like it really made you think. Overall, I think doing as many questions as possible was the best method for me. And my advice would be to not wait too long, but just try to develop a good study guide and good study habits. If a long the way you find that it's not working, don't be afraid to adjust. Good luck!