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    I will be graduating from an ADN program shortly, I was wondering, what would be the best way to prepare for NCLEX. What is some advice you could give to me about the test?


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    Good luck.

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    mona yousaf

    I am R/N from Pakistan Immigrate in USA, I need Advice How I pass Nclex.

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    I’m not sure how much the test has changed since 1995. I took the NCLEX the 2nd year it was computerized. I bought a book/CD combo and took practice exams. I found out my weak areas and focused on reading up on those. The strongest skill for NCLEX is critical thinking and best answer. Most questions without knowing much about the topic can be narrowed down to 2 answers. It is just choosing the best of the 2, knowing a component of both will be right, but one will be most correct. Unfortunately I believe if you do not know the answers by the time you graduate all the studying will not help. So trust that it is buried in there somewhere. Use the practice tests to get used to the format and find the areas you need to brush up on. For example, I needed pediatric cardiology

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