Published Jun 26, 2005
Hello guys,any help or tips about NCLEX? Im schedule to take my test next month. Do you have any idea..THANKS
I got several books off ebay. i never read the books, but did tests from the CD roms. That helped tremedously. Also, a big thing to realize is while taking the NCLEX, it is a *perfect* setting, 8 hour shifts, perfect nurse to pt ratio, ect. Good Luck. I just took the NCLEX in June, and half way through the test felt like I was passing no prob, and I did. again, Good Luck!
My daughter and I were at books-a-million last weekend. The 2 of us are LPN's. She just got a job at the local hospital and was looking for 'dummy' books to go over before starting her new job.
She happened to strike up a conversation with another patron going through the nsg books. The lady she spoke to was going to take her Boards the next day and was trying to find any books to help her.
This is a no-no. You cannot cram at the last minute, either you know it or you don't.
You may want to review the subjects you find the hardest to comprehend.
thanks for the advice guys
I took my NCLEX earlier this month (in Ohio) and there were alot of lab values on it. Liver enzymes (ALK, ALT), Hematocrit, Hemoglobin, and Potassium & Sodium values came up a couple times.
Hope this helps and Good luck to ya! :)
HI I TOOK MY NCLEX -PN. I HAD ALOT OF PRIORTY QUESTIONS. MY TEST STOP 130 QUESTION AND I PASSED. I RECOMMEND YOU DO 100 TO 150 QUESTION DAILY TIL YOU TAKE TEST. IT ABOUT 4,000 QUESTION I DID I WAS READY. I BOUGHT THIS BOOK AT BARNES AND NOBLE CALLED EXAM CRAM NCLEX -PN BY WILDA RINEHART, DIANN SLOAN, AND CLARA HURD. I HAD A GOOD REVIEW I DID IT IN 4 WEEKS BEFORE TEST THEN RELAX THE DAY BEFORE TEST. GOOD LUCK. :)
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