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What's a good NCLEX Review source?

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I have used Kaplan and NCSBN. Any suggestions? Is ATI a good one. I have heard about Hurst as well. Thanks!

Having too many review source is a bad thing. I usually stick it with a few. Kaplan, saunders, and exam cram... pda is on the side.

Kiwi82, BSN, RN

Has 16 years experience.

Having too many review source is a bad thing. I usually stick it with a few. Kaplan, saunders, and exam cram... pda is on the side.

I agree!! The NCLEX 4000 is awesome...especially for SATA and other alternate format questions :cool:

I agree with Kiwi I only use NCLEX 4000 for the alternate questions only.

purplechicxiii, BSN, RN

Specializes in Derm, Plas, OB-GYNE & Internal Medicine. Has 8 years experience.

Saunders for content & alternate format q's

PDA for prio

Kaplan - strategies

nclex 3500/4000 - alternate format q's

ncsbn - qbanks only

diana2520

Has 1 years experience.

You cant go wrong with with Hurst, i love the content part :):up:

Hi, Tashy

1. saunders is the best book for content review(if you are weak in content)

so my opinion is read the saunders book first and make some notes.

Then do the Practise Questions from different cds. Hurst videos are good

Hope it helps.Dont worry&stressed out,God is always with us. Do your part &rest put on Gods hand. He will give you the success. May God Bless You.