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Week 1

I graduated in May of 2022. Going in to my first attempt, I felt nervous, but I also felt confident enough to take my boards. I had gotten an 80% likelihood of passing my NCLEX on the first attempt on my ATI comp predictor right before graduating. I think the thing that messes me up the most when I’m going in to take my boards is the fact that I’ve worked as an LPN for a year, so it’s hard for me to forget about things I’ve learned on the floor and remember that NCLEX is perfect world. Before I tested for the second time, I was using Mark Klimek lectures and a podcast called NCLEX High Yield.

After week 1, I’m still nervous about taking my boards because my Uworld score is staying right at average if not a little below. But listening to Nick lecture and explaining things in ways I can understand is helping tremendously. I’m hoping after a couple more weeks my scores will start improving.

Week 2

I am still feeling anxious about taking the NCLEX. This will be my 3rd time taking it, so I feel like no matter how much I do I am going to feel nervous/anxious. I definitely think the repetition of everything is helping me a lot. They told us in nursing school that it takes hearing something 7 times before it’ll stick in your brain, so I really like the repetition of subjects. I’m still a little nervous because my Uworld scores are still staying right at average if not a little below average. I’m hoping that by slowing down when reading the question and figuring out what they are really asking, my scores will start to go up. I think I can be better about slowing down when I am doing my Uworld questions. Also, trying to incorporate some of the YouTube videos into my studying as well.

Week 3

Closing out week 3 I’m still feeling nervous/anxious about taking the NCLEX. I’m starting to get a little frustrated with myself because I will have one really good score on my Uworld assessment and then when I go to take another assessment the next day, I fall back down to average. It’s starting to get a little frustrating for me because I don’t understand what I’m doing different when I score high versus when I score just above average. I’m just going to keep trying my best when it comes to my questions. I know I need to gain more confidence in myself when I am breaking down questions as well.

Week 4

I’m starting to feel a lot better about taking the NCLEX soon. I was feeling very nervous going into week 4 because my Uworld scores still were not where I wanted them to be. However, during/after week 4, my scores are finally starting to come up and are starting to stay above average! It was definitely the confidence boost I needed. I have started slowing down a little more on my questions. I also think it has helped me, that I have been breaking my questions up in sections (following what the calendar says) instead of constantly just doing 50 of comprehensive. It has given me the confidence that I needed for sure. I’m obviously still nervous/anxious for the NCLEX, but with Nick’s help and guidance, I definitely am feeling more confident in myself and applying the knowledge.

Week 5/6

Wow! I can’t believe we are entering the last week of this 6-week bootcamp, it has flown by! I’m feeling anxious about the test, but I am feeling more confident than ever that this will be my best attempt. Obviously, my biggest fear is that I am going to fail again since this will be my third attempt. I’ve just been trying to boost my confidence by telling myself I know this information and I’m going to be a nurse. The repetition and Nick’s confidence in me has definitely helped me the most. Also, doing the practice questions on Uworld has helped tremendously because it looks/feels exactly like NCLEX. I was a little unsure about the “mock” NCLEX last week, but after doing it and seeing my score, I am SO thankful we did it. It honestly had me ready to go in and take my boards the next day.

After passing the NCLEX

I don’t even know what to say right now. This is such an amazing feeling that it almost doesn’t feel real. One thing I do know is that I would not be here without Nick. I was so frustrated after I had failed the NCLEX after my second attempt. I had thought about just giving up altogether because I didn’t know what more I could possibly do to prepare for this test. I know everything happens for a reason, but I couldn’t help but wonder why I was continuously being unsuccessful when it came to this test. I am so thankful that my path crossed with Nick’s and that I didn’t give up. He truly cares about all of his students, and he takes pride in making sure all his students are successful after taking his class. He couldn’t guarantee I was going to pass, but after being with him for 6 weeks, I was more confident than ever going into the testing center. I can finally add RN to the end of my name, and it is such an amazing feeling! I will definitely be recommending Nick to anyone I know that needs help with passing the NCLEX. Thank you, Nick!!

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