Taking NCLEX next but..

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by nurseken15 nurseken15 (New) New Student

Has 11 years experience.

Hello everyone,

I just want to write something here just to vent out my feelings. Taking my test this coming Friday and this would be my 9th time taking it. I've been graduated 10 years ago. I passed my LVN 5 years ago and decided to continue to pursue my RN career. I'm living with my fiancee and with our two kids which is kinda challenging to schedule my review but I find way to study like 4am when everyone else is still sleeping. I did this for 5 weeks and try to be consistent but today out of nowhere my fiancée whine and ended up into an argument. 

I feel like she doesn't support me on my journey specially for this one. I told her that can we not argue today because I know this will distract my focus on studying. I just want some prayers for you guys because I know I can find some supportive people here since we are all in the same boat. 

Thank you! Wish me luck on my exam.

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10 hours ago, nurseken15 said:

Hello everyone,

I just want to write something here just to vent out my feelings. Taking my test this coming Friday and this would be my 9th time taking it. I've been graduated 10 years ago. I passed my LVN 5 years ago and decided to continue to pursue my RN career. I'm living with my fiancee and with our two kids which is kinda challenging to schedule my review but I find way to study like 4am when everyone else is still sleeping. I did this for 5 weeks and try to be consistent but today out of nowhere my fiancée whine and ended up into an argument. 

I feel like she doesn't support me on my journey specially for this one. I told her that can we not argue today because I know this will distract my focus on studying. I just want some prayers for you guys because I know I can find some supportive people here since we are all in the same boat. 

Thank you! Wish me luck on my exam.

Why do you think you have not passed NCLEX in the past?

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londonflo

londonflo

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Ken,

It is not unusual for marriages or partnerships to fail because of one partner achieving a higher degree or profession. Is there a reason your partner may be sabotaging your studying time (I only said maybe)? As someone else said why has it taken you over 8 times to pass? You may need to revisit an educational program for help with test anxiety/knowledge base  or information on the different types of questions used on NCLEX.