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  1. NurseBreathesLife

    My NCLEX Story :)

    Congrats!!! Sent from my smartphone using allnurses
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    Hurst and then Kaplan

    No :-( so sorry to hear this.
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    Hurst and then Kaplan

    Only one more night!! We can't wait to hear that you officially passed tomorrow:-) sending positive vibes your way!! Sent from my smartphone using allnurses
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    Ran out of time but PASSED NCLEX! Also PVT did NOT work for me...

    The key to PVT is to wait 24 hours after testing before trying to register. Sent from my smartphone using allnurses
  5. NurseBreathesLife

    Science Courses/EduKan

    Every college is different, so it is always a good idea to confirm that the particular college you choose through edukan will be accepted by the colleges you apply to. For example, if you wanted to apply to Penn State, you would ask them if they accept transfer credits from Pratt Community College. You would not ask if they accept edukan since your transcript comes from the actual college that you choose and not edukan. Additionally, these community colleges are regionally accredited which makes them more likely to transfer. Good luck with your search. Sent from my smartphone using allnurses
  6. NurseBreathesLife

    Science Courses/EduKan

    I used Pratt CC for Micro. The instructor I chose was Walker. He was great! Hope they helps. Sent from my smartphone using allnurses
  7. NurseBreathesLife

    30 Select All that Apply!!! NCLEX-PN

    Yay!!!!! So excited for you! All those SATA questions ended up being good after all:-) Sent from my smartphone using allnurses
  8. NurseBreathesLife

    30 Select All that Apply!!! NCLEX-PN

    I know this is easier said than done, but do your best to relax for the time being. I can totally relate to multiple SATA questions. I took NCLEX-RN last Wednesday and I stopped counting at 26 SATA questions. Probably had close to 35 plus. My computer shut off at the minimum questions. I tried to register through Pearson Vue 24-hours later just to see if my payment would go through. It did not go through and the next morning, my name with new RN license was posted on the boards website. I hope you will have the same experience, but for now, it's a waiting game :-) Keep us posted! Sent from my smartphone using allnurses
  9. NurseBreathesLife

    NCLEX anxiety really bad. I want to cry.

    Congrats!!! Sent from my smartphone using allnurses
  10. NurseBreathesLife

    Nclex Today

    Congrats!!!! Sent from my smartphone using allnurses
  11. NurseBreathesLife

    Nclex Today

    Good luck to you! Sent from my smartphone using allnurses
  12. NurseBreathesLife

    FREAKING OUT! NCLEX in 3 days!

    Yeah!!!! Congrats!! I also took NCLEX on Wednesday and found out that I passed yesterday as well:-) so excited!! Sent from my smartphone using allnurses
  13. NurseBreathesLife

    PVT IS DEAD! Don't try the "new" trick

    PVT worked for me. I waited 24 hours after taking my test before I tried. Got the good pop up. Sent from my smartphone using allnurses
  14. NurseBreathesLife

    NCSBN NCLEX-RN Review (Failed first time)

    Hurst Review and Kaplan if you can! Sent from my smartphone using allnurses
  15. NurseBreathesLife

    Failed NClex PN 1st time...built up the courage to re-take it

    Hello, First of all, have faith in yourself, you can do this. NCLEX is a matter of putting in the hours to study. With this said, hurst review is excellent for content. Each section is taught in a way that the student can remember the subject matter. If you can, I would suggest also doing Kaplan. The questions on kaplan are much harder than hurst and so I personally felt best prepared by doing both. When do you take your exam? Sent from my smartphone using allnurses
  16. NurseBreathesLife

    FREAKING OUT! NCLEX in 3 days!

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