How many months should I study for my NCLEX-RN?

If all goes well, and I’ll be graduating from my nursing school in Dec. 19, 2008, after the graduation, how many months should I be studying for the NCLEX. I was told by one of my professor to study for 2-3 months before taking the exam. I am planning on doing the KAPLAN review course too.

HELP ME PLEASE! I NEED FEEDBACK FROM RN/STUDENTS, RN OR MSN.

Best answer:

Answer by Nate
Well, here is what you MUST do:

Study at least 3 months before taking the NCLEX.
Attend KAPLAN review.
Do a lot, a lot of practice test questions.
Review general materials and have an ideas of all that you have learned.
Relaxation techniques.
Make NCLEX your number one priority for now.
Know all that you can about the test and be prepare for the unexpected.
Have fun, enjoy learning and you will do fine.
Good luck.

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