Getting ready for your NCLEX part 3 – Creating a Study Calendar

NCLEX Study Calendar

NCLEX Study Calendar


I hope your week is going well. A reminder our May discounts are still going on – each week the discounts are less than the week before. You can learn about them here

Also with all of our packages, we provide you with an assessment and a calendar as part of the program.

Last time we talked about doing an assessment – you want to do 2 or 3 tests using Saunders. Just like the NCLEX tests the questions will be pulled from a database, doing 2 or 3 tests helps you to have a better idea of what you’re week in. Note sections of the test (both content and question types) that you did poorly. Your goal should be to improve those. If you consistently get a passing grade 65-70% on the 100 questions test you’ll do well on the NCLEX.

The next thing you’ll want to do is create a calendar. You can find one by clicking this link – studyplan

This was a calendar we prepared recently for one of our tutor students. She works, wanted to do 3 modules per week and has a test date in the middle of July (tentative).

Our content is broken up into modules (days) – those modules covering 2 or 3 chapters of Saunders. You can use that calendar and create your own. Make sure to do the following:

  1. Cover all of the content.
  2. Include when you’ll take the NCLEX.
  3. Take at least another 100 question tests once every two weeks.
  4. Schedule at least a few days off to catch up and spend time with your family.
  5. Near the date of your NCLEX, spend time on your problem areas.

When you’re finished, you will have covered all of the topics and be ready to pass the test.

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