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1-1-13 starting to prepare for NCLEX ....Join me and lets encourage each other!

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You are reading page 2 of 1-1-13 starting to prepare for NCLEX ....Join me and lets encourage each other!. If you want to start from the beginning Go to First Page.

Dubs2012 has 2 years experience.

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I am planning to take my NCLEX in about 2 weeks now.... SO NERVOUS!!!.... with confidence and encouragement from others I am sure that ALL of us will do well!! =)

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Thanks for the motivation! Taking NCLEX for the first time on 1/10/13 and just now getting really nervous! Will start studying on Jan. 1! Now that my date is getting closer to take the exam, I wish I would have studied more! Just graduated from nursing school on 12-12-12. It's nice to get to chat with others that are going through the same feelings! My instructors told us that our school has a 96% passing rate on the NCLEX-RN so I really wasn't fearful about it until I started talking with others who did not pass it the first time and said it was harder than they thought it was going to be. I feel like I need longer to study, but also think the sooner after graduation the better...any thoughts?

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Hi everyone! Taking my exam 01-04-13. I've been studying, studying, stuDYING. 200-300 questions per day-Saunders, Exam Cram, LaCharity, Mosby. I'm getting super nervous

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Greetings all, I graduated 12/15 and I plan on testing the second week of March. I am currently using; Saunders, Kaplan, and PDA. My school had a mandatory Kaplan review.

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I've never heard of this Kaplan review? Our school used ATI and recommended Hurst review. I do use the Saunders NCLEX book and have found it to be super helpful! Good luck to you all, I'm nervous too!!!

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all517 specializes in ICU.

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I'm taking it Jan 14th and just graduated with my BSN this December. Using Kaplan and LaCharity. We can do this!!!!

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LwTan specializes in Emergency and trauma.

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I graduated in May 2012 with my BSN! I needed to get my two children on track with homeschool before I focused on NCLEX preparations. 6 months later and the time has come! I will formally begin preparing for NCLEX as of 1-1-13. With God's mercy I plan to conquer NCLEX sometime in February.

If you find yourself in the same predicament or similar...join me and lets motivate and encourage one another. I will post daily as to what I studied and how many hours I've studied for. Please feel free to add any tips or suggestions as to what is working or not working for you. Good luck and God Bless!

Hi, I'm Tan from Malaysia, I'm wondering the different between my country and others. In our country we have to pass the nursing school final exam and pass the nursing board exam only will be able to graduate as a RN, and now I saw your post that stated you have been graduated from BSN and planning to take NCLEX-RN? I'm confusing about it. May I know why? Sorry for my stupid question. Thank you.

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Hey Tan, In the US you graduate with your ADN or BSN first you apply to the board after graduation to get permission to sit for the NCLEX. Once the board gives you permission (ATT) then you can take your test. Once you take your test and pass you are now an RN. :) hope this clears it up for you.

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LwTan specializes in Emergency and trauma.

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Hey Tan' date=' In the US you graduate with your ADN or BSN first you apply to the board after graduation to get permission to sit for the NCLEX. Once the board gives you permission (ATT) then you can take your test. Once you take your test and pass you are now an RN. :) hope this clears it up for you.[/quote']

I see, thank for the explanation. For our nursing school we have to pass the nursing board exam only can graduate. I see the different. Thank.

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