Can NURSING.com help me if I've taken the NCLEX before?
We have many repeat test takers that have come to us feeling defeated, discouraged, and stressed (does that sound like you...? 💔), but have left feeling motivated and passionate AND have found success with their NCLEX! 🎉
As difficult as it is to have perspective when you're feeling so down, being a repeat test taker means that you now have experience that new grads won't have when they take their NCLEX.
I've been out of school for many years...can NURSING.com help me with my NCLEX?
And way to keep the flame alive! Even though it's been some years, you're here, looking for resources to help you achieve your dream!
You're probably feeling super nervous since it's been some time since you've thought about nursing and you may even be comparing yourself to new grad students who have recent study and test taking skills.
Students freshly graduated may have study skills ironed out a bit more than you maybe, not always is that the case, but you went through years of school, too, and developed the same skills, so they're in there - we just have to dust them off a bit! 😉
So, check out these resources! 👇
- How to Bounce Back from NCLEX® Burnout (failing and taking the NCLEX® again)
- I Failed Twice! 10 Top Secret Unconventional Study Tips for the NCLEX®
- Why Passing the NCLEX® In 75 Questions Doesn't Matter
- What I Learned Failing the NCLEX® 3 Times
Then...once you've caught your breath a bit, the next step would be to start a FREE 3-day trial to check out all the resources that NURSING.com has to help you successfully prepare for your next go!
How will NURSING.com help me?
Do you struggle with test taking?
- Do SATA questions send shivers down your spine?
- Did you feel that you read into a lot of the questions?
- Do you feel you struggle with prioritization?
- Our Test Taking Course! This Course covers Test Taking Strategies to help you break down these tricky NCLEX style questions, but also gives you question practice!
Was it a test anxiety struggle?
- Did you feel you knew your stuff prior to taking the NCLEX, but then went completely blank during the exam?
Here are a few resources that will give you some great tips on how to cope with test anxiety: