Hello, I am 54 years old and an LPN. I graduated with my RN degree in 1999. I have taken nclex rn 5 times since. First time came very close to passing but didn’t. I have taken Kaplan course did not help. I really want to get my RN but I just second guess myself when taking test. I have not taken it in several years and in order for me to move to Texas closer to my children I must have RN license to transfer. No state will accept my LPN license with an RN degree. I’m not getting any younger and memory not like it used to be when it comes to testing. Does anyone have any advise? HELP!
My advice would be to get Saunders and Lippincott practice question books and do them front to back. They really help you learn how to answer the NCLEX questions. Then when you take your test, breathe, take your time, and don’t ever change your answers! Good luck!
I agree I used the Saunder’s practice questions and was very successful. Anyone that knows me would tell you that I’m a horrible test taker. These practice questions is the way to go. Good luck.
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