"NCLEX Prep: Because Passing is Cheaper Than Retaking" - Let's Get a Plan Ready for NGN NCLEX.
First step familiarize yourself with the test format: NCLEX NGN is a computerized adaptive test (CAT) that adapts to your performance level. Understanding the test format, how questions are presented, and how the adaptive system works will help you prepare more effectively. Read more in our NGN Ebook here.
Next, create a study plan: Make a study plan that suits your learning style and the time you have available to prepare. Identify your strengths and weaknesses and focus on topics where you need more practice.
Third: Practice with NCLEX-style questions: Practicing with NCLEX-style questions is an essential part of preparing for the exam. It will help you identify knowledge gaps and strengthen your critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
Fourth step: Utilize online resources: There are many online resources available to help you prepare for NCLEX NGN, such as review courses, study guides, and practice exams. Take advantage of these resources to supplement your studies. RN PN Tutors USA has a weekend NGN review program. Register at www.rnpntutor.com
Fifth step: Take care of yourself: Taking care of your physical and emotional well-being is essential during the preparation process. Get enough sleep, exercise regularly, eat a healthy diet, and manage your stress levels.
Sixth step to success: Schedule and take the exam: When you feel prepared, schedule your exam date and take the test. Stay calm and focused during the exam, and trust in your preparation and problem-solving skills. Remember that NCLEX NGN is a pass/fail exam, and it is recommended you pass on the first try. Statistically it is much harder to pass the exam, the second time around.
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Nadjia Anderson is a Current Nursing Program Chair and NCLEX Expert. Join our email list for more on NCLEX NGN.