I am new to this site and was compelled to join because of the many testimonies and support offered. I also found out I failed the NCLEX this month and I have been having a difficult time moving forward. I was in denial for about a week, and could not accept the fact that I actually failed it.
I got all 265 questions and stayed the entire 6 hours! I think I am slowly recovering and building my confidence back up, but I am moving in baby steps. I am hesitant in getting back into my study regimen. I do not know how to structure my study plan this time around because I felt like I did everything I could the first time but didn't pass. I took the HURST review and I devoted 3 straight weeks 7-8hrs a day. Content, practice tests, rationales. I was only scoring 49% on the Kaplan trainers and 50-60% on HURST exams. I am unsure how to begin a new study plan because I have no idea what went wrong last time I studied. Anyone who failed the NCLEX the first time, do anything differently in studying the second time??