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Questions about the Nclex exam

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by med1996 med1996 (New Member) New Member

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Hello I am new to this site and graduated nursing school in May. I am nervous and terrified about the nclex exam. I take it July 9th. Can anyone give me any advice on what to expect. Any pointers have got to help. I just took the Kaplan course, but stil feel I need some help. Thanks alot.

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TigerGalLE is a BSN, RN and specializes in ICU, Med/Surg.

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Practice practice practice. Doing questions every day is the only thing that helped me. Saunders makes a great book. I would do questions in each section. If I knew the material I didn't waste time reviewing it. Only review materials that still gives you trouble.

Stop studying 2-3 days before the test. Relax, go do something fun!

You are going to feel like you failed. It's normal.

I'm sure you'll do great!!

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Thanks so much!! Is nclex a lot of knowledge based questions or is it more priority level questions? The Kaplan course I took was great. I have Mosby's review and Kaplan review. I think I will get Saunders this weekend. Most people say they thought they had failed..

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I just took it 6/2/07, and it was not that bad. I would say do as many practice questions you can. I took two review courses before, an on line one and the Don Anderson class ( in MA, don't know where you are). If you see when doing the questions you are having a hard time with ine area, review the content for that area. Good luck.

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