Suzannes Plan

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I have read that Suzannes plan is no longer available ..well at least from her because she has stepped down . My question is does anyone know what her plan is ??? And if so would you tell me if that is allowed ... I am planning on testing the 25th so any help would be great ! Thanks !

caliotter3

38,333 Posts

If you plan on testing on the 25th of this month, you couldn't follow Suzanne's plan because it is a study plan of more than a few days duration. You should be winding down your study by now. Continue to do questions and study rationales until the day prior to your test. Good luck.

livinlife1257

105 Posts

Thank for responding and letting me know... I have been studying for a bit now, doing practice exams on line and working out of the Saunders review book that I had during school . That book was a great tool before exams . I also have a Lippincotts review book . The school is giving a review for NCLEX in a couple of weeks but I am not sure who is doing it . We used ERI during school after each level and I did fine on those. I still dont feel 100 % ready .... maybe its just nerves ... I may reschedule my test date ...If anyone has any other tools / suggestions I am open to all and any lol ..Thanks again !

Silverdragon102, BSN

1 Article; 39,477 Posts

Specializes in Medical and general practice now LTC.

Suzanne requests that people do not discuss her plan when you sign up for it.

livinlife1257

105 Posts

Thank you and I respect that ...an earlier post has shared with me that there is not enough time to use her plan so I didnt think I would hear from anyone else . I do think that I will be ok just have a case of nerves lol

rblackledge

1 Post

How do i contact suzanne, i would like to use her testing material.

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sirI, MSN, APRN, NP

17 Articles; 44,720 Posts

Specializes in Education, FP, LNC, Forensics, ED, OB.

Suzanne's plan is no longer available to anyone:

https://allnurses.com/nclex-discussion-forum/suzannes-plan-no-373424.html

Please look through the many other NCLEX threads for helpful hints about passing.

Good luck.

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