I'm posting on here because before I wrote my NCLEX, I was looking for helpful tips from other students who wrote the exam. I studied for around 1.5 months, tried to do at least 50 practice questions per day, did the 5 week NCSBN course along with Uworld. What helped me the most was doing practice questions over and over again, so I could train myself how to answer the questions and also how to avoid second guessing my answers. This is what helped me pass the exam although the study strategy may be different for everyone. I highly recommend keeping a positive attitude going into the test, and telling yourself that you will pass. The NCSBN course was really helpful, but make sure you spend a lot of time doing it as there is a ton of content and questions to get through.
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