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    I am a new graduate of a pn program.. I am scheduled to take the test in a week and I am a nervous rack. Do anyone have any advice. I am working with the coach who I have never met but she tells me by the way my practice test look I am not ready for the test but something in my heart tell me dont wait because if I do I will lose what I do feel like I know. Please help


    There are a few NCLEX threads going around right now … here is a link to one and hopefully others can give you some pointers and encouragement:

    IMHO: you should take the test ASAP. If your nursing program is decent, and you passed, you shouldn’t have that hard of a time with the test. I used a MOSBY study book the two days before my test … don’t think it did any good, but it kept me distracted for the two days before taking the test

    You have some knowledge in your head already, and that should be enough, the rest is just thinking the problem through … treat the airway before circulation, monitoring breathing is more important that temp, etc…. good luck.

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