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by nclexwarrior11 nclexwarrior11 (Member) Member

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hello everyone

im back after a long time..i took nclex rn last march and failed..then im planning to take it again this july. i am so down that i havent studied nor motivated enough to study. got so much stuffs to do..my family even my husband wants me to work either nursing job or not..i think they are tired of me that they all want me to help out..they even sent me to caregiving school so that it'l be easier for me to get job..i am so confused and tired..

But anyways too much of drama..i studied la charity, sunders, Davis, kaplan...shoud i stick to it? or look for new books to read..and if so, what and which book?

regards

nclexwarrior11

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you have great resourses there..no need buying anymore. what u have to do is find out (asses) what went wrong the first time and work on that area of weakness. I too failed my RN the first time @ 265 questions.... went back the second time and passed 2 75...it can be done...between my first and second exam..i had family problems...car broke down......will go for weeks without studying and kept on resheduling my exam for 6 mons and ended up taking the exam the very day my ATT was expiring....... dont give up...u can do it..

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You already have the best resources. Give yourself three or four days to feel "blah", then get down to business and get this going. You can't muddle around like this for the rest of your life. The best way to get out of this rut is to prepare for and take that test again. Good luck.

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You already have the best resources. Give yourself three or four days to feel "blah", then get down to business and get this going. You can't muddle around like this for the rest of your life. The best way to get out of this rut is to prepare for and take that test again. Good luck.

@pasredskins1 thank you..u r so inspiring..strong..survivor..yet im saying i am an nclexwarrior but it doesnt show..lol..thank you for ur time..have a good day and best wishes for life

@calioter3 id definitely take a 3days off blah-iing hahaha..and figure out what to do then back on the track as a whole..

-----thank you so much guys for the encouragement..you are the best..thank u for all the love and support..i will continue trying and to give what i have for the nclex every out of my being thank u so much..thank you.thank u..u have no idea how touched i am right now....

love lots

nclexwarrior

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