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who took the NCLEX-RN exam twice

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by Tochan Tochan (New Member) New Member

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:banghead: hi everyone

I am a foreign graduate nurse who took the NCLEX-RN exam twice. I am very tried. I am studying every day. I feel so lonely because I just stay at home study and study........!! I feel so lonely because I have no friends and low of confident to take exam. Everyday time go by!!!!!!!!! I feel miss home and so sad. Sometime I just want to go back. I don' t want to do this any more. NO confident , pain and can not see futher yet. one day I think I might go back home without try my next exam. My 3rd exam on Apirl, 10. I hope I can do this and hope I can pass. My parent wish for me. They would like me to become a nurse here in USA. I am study hurst review now. Hurst review is an awesome company. I just don't know what else to say right now, hopeless. I just want license and work here. I need to pass this exam so much because I would like my family and my husband pround of me. I am here with my husband:redbeathe. He is my everything. He is a smart lawyer. He help me and support me to be here with him but I just feel not confident to pass exam. I don't know what should I do to pass exam. Now I got 60-70 % of saunders test. I feel so upset guys!!!!!!!!:cry: if I can pass I will have wonderful family (lawyer and nurse) and I can support my parent too.

what should I do !!! or I am so weak!!! Thank you guys.:zzzzz

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There are numerous threads and posts on this forum from persons who have taken the NCLEX more than once. As long as you keep trying, you will pass in the end. Don't let your emotions get the best of you. Keep working at it and don't give up. Good luck.

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Silverdragon102 has 31 years experience as a BSN and specializes in Medical and general practice now LTC.

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As a foreign trained nurse it is harder to pass NCLEX than someone who trained in the US. Practise answering questions and make sure you read the rationale even if you got it right. Be aware even once you pass retrogression will affect you

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