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I'am a new LPN grad who is preparing to take the NCLEX exam soon. I am sooooooo!!!!!!! stressed b/c of this test. One of my classmates who I study with during nursing school and for the NCLEX took her test yesterday and she told me that the test made her feel as if she had never went to nursing school. "O" and by the way she was a straight "A" student in nursing school and she has years of experince in the nursing field. I on the other hand did OK in nursing school "B" and "C" student and I study very hard just to get thoses grades. However I have been studing for NCLEX since the end of AUG and I still feel like I am not ready. I have sevral books for the NCLEX but I am not sure they are the right one's. My friend and I study from the same books and she stated that even with these books she did not feel prepared for the exam after yesterday. Ater hearing this info I have become more stressed, she stated that their were alot of med questions and many were meds that she had never seen before. Pls do you any suggestions on any books that are ture to the NCLEX exam and how should I study for this exam. I been told by everyone just do questions, questions, but I am not sure if that is enough. PLS HELP STRESSED OUT:yawn:this is how I feel LOL!!!!!!!!!

The best way that most people prepare for the test is to do questions every day and study the rationales. It works for most people sooner or later. Until you actually go to a test center and experience the test, you will be subject to anxiety. You deal with the anxiety by preparing. Set a date and stick with it. So what if you don't pass? Then you dust off and start preparing again. You can do this.

lovenicole1970

Specializes in Peds, OB, Med surg, CC, Burn.

The best way that most people prepare for the test is to do questions every day and study the rationales. It works for most people sooner or later. Until you actually go to a test center and experience the test, you will be subject to anxiety. You deal with the anxiety by preparing. Set a date and stick with it. So what if you don't pass? Then you dust off and start preparing again. You can do this.

Thank u for your kind words, I will this info into account while studing for the exam and by the way my friend past her exam.:yeah:!!!!!!