Lippincott's Q&A Review for NCLEX-RN: North American Edition (Anglais) Broché – 1 avril 2013
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Last and final thoughts:my study tips
1. Purchase a big fat notebook with many sections/dividers
2. With each first page of each divider make a heading and label each first page with subjects we studied throughout the course of our nursing school journey. Ie: first page would be about medications. Next page would be medications of HTN etc. NExt, turn to a new divider and label it med surge, and under medsurge list conditions like electrolytes, blood conditions and take important notes on each sub heading. Do the rest for altered and maternity ect ect. If you have kaplan review book use it as a guide to your note taking. I did that.
3. Purchase alot of highlighters and pens of different kinds. They will help you distinguish your notes and make the flow of reading easier
4. Practice questions! I personally did 60 questions in lipincott and 30 in saunders each day. With lipincott there are many many many questions/pages my advice is to do questions separately in each section. For example do 10 questions on respiration, then 10 questions on maternity hypertension, then ten questions on GI conditions. That way you have variety in the questions you practice.
5. Review what you wrote in your notes. Read over what you wrote! I read somewhere if you write something and read it later, you will retain it. Very important. BTW i used my kaplan review book as a guide to my note taking so if you have one use it and read everything. Dont just write stuff down and not look at it anymore, you need to read it again, and again , and again.
6. Take breaks, go to the gym, play games on your phones. DONT TAKE more than two hours to study, rest your brain. Eat healthy stay active
7. rEpeat!! Do this process again, i studied 5 days a week and took sat and sun off
8. BELIEVE! When it comes to x number of days till exam day just read your notebook over and over and over, this time that notebook is filllled with information! Also during the final days of your exam lipincott has the luxary for you to do 6 comprehensive exams. DO ALL Of them.
You guys can do it. Lipincott is an amazing book, purchase it and you will defffffffffinitly pass! My second attempt at nclex, each and every question i knew what they were talking about, with each condition wether it was in the question or the answers i knew what it was. There was nothing in the second exam i did not know. You guys can feel the same way too.
Thousands of questions come with the book, and it can be exhausting sometimes, especially when your scores do not seem to reflect the kind of work that you're putting in (my scores were consistently in the high-60s/low-70s), but it will increase your mental endurance and REALLY prepare you for the test. I just passed the NCLEX on my first try with 75 questions, and I can't think of any resource that was more valuable to me than this book right here.