You are not alone! Over time, I found that each following assessment I had fewer and fewer wrong questions due to misreading.

Thanks Jeanine for your reply. YES, you can!

You might as well take the course offered by the NCSBN that can be opted online. The first time I knew I failed because all of my questions were geared to the infection control topic. I took it on a Tuesday and from Friday to Sunday I just reviewed important the note book in which I wrote down what I failed.

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Thank you. I was really good. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. So could you end up being one of those 30,000 people who recovered from failing the NCLEX? They have unlimited CAT Mock exams!

Did you focus on the wrong things when you were studying.

For starters contact your state board of nursing to find out the requirements for a retest. I did the Kaplan Qbank and the next time I passed at 67 questions...I really thought I failed the second time when I saw how quickly the test ended! I used the priority and delegation lacharity book and did questions from there to test my knowledge. That’s why when you once determine the reason for your failure, try to do things differently and don’t repeat the same mistake twice. I am going to give that book a try. I used UWorld and Klimek the 2 first times. Information regarding the exam is available on the NCSBN website. All Rights Reserved. 1-612-816-8773. Please Note – If you missed an exam appointment or your ATT expired, you do NOT have to wait the 45 or 90 day period before you can retest. So I took my time and didn't care about running out of time. I recently passed June 20th. Not everyone who failed has the same reason for failing. The exception is if your jurisdiction offers the NCLEX fewer times a year. I understand what you are feeling right now. You see, it’s not really how much time you spend on studying but how focused you are when you’re in front of your study materials. Your post and success story is encouraging. Daphnee, a nursing student at Nova Southeastern University, shared how she passed the NCLEX® the second time. Robyn1019, ADN, ASN. I’m in the same boat when I took lvn I passed first time doing Saunders book n that’s what I’ll be doing now because UWorld n mark doesn’t cover everything.

CTRL + SPACE for auto-complete. Plus, there’s a really small chance that you’ll be able to recall all the information they contain. Im not sure how you are using all of your study resources but I really think if anything, you should focus on one. Those who failed the NCLEX exam receive a Candidate Performance Report (CPR). I'm not sure where else to look for help to get me to pass the next time. But what if you failed the NCLEX?

“The test plan workbook includes an in-depth summary of the content categories along with details about the administration of the exam as well as NCLEX-style item writing exercises and case scenario examples.”.

Writing it out helps for better memorization and I could also read back through it at a later time and I could carry the piece of paper with me wherever I was going. By accessing any content on this site or its related media channels, you agree never to hold us liable for damages, harm, loss, or misinformation.

Failed NCLEX 2nd time. Did you feel like you couldn't answer the questions that were given to you? I was close to passing, but didn't.

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Good luck to you in your nursing career!