Memorize rationale in Uword? PAss? or Fail? HEEELP

1/27/2018 12:26:25 AM
Help me i really dont know how to study this NCLEX-RN exam and im still researching how. Yes i have UWolrd and my scores are frustrating 40-50% mostly. Anyways, i was thinking to memorize important and mostly all of it in UWORLD rationales. Will it help?? Have someone tried it and really pass? Yes, just Uworld and mark klimek is my resource. Help me on giving guidelines to study, Thank you for those who response and viewed
edited by on 1/27/2018


1/27/2018 9:36:22 PM
galb318393 wrote:
Help me i really dont know how to study this NCLEX-RN exam and im still researching how. Yes i have UWolrd and my scores are frustrating 40-50% mostly. Anyways, i was thinking to memorize important and mostly all of it in UWORLD rationales. Will it help?? Have someone tried it and really pass? Yes, just Uworld and mark klimek is my resource. Help me on giving guidelines to study, Thank you for those who response and viewed
edited by on 1/27/2018


I think you would be better off understanding why, versus trying to just use rote memory to get through the exam. The rationales explain the 'why' so well. If you can adapt that, then you would be able to break things down as you do the exam and be able to figure out the right answers. The only things you should base rote memory on should be the lab values. Hope this helps.


1/28/2018 12:40:10 PM
galb318393 wrote:
Help me i really dont know how to study this NCLEX-RN exam and im still researching how. Yes i have UWolrd and my scores are frustrating 40-50% mostly. Anyways, i was thinking to memorize important and mostly all of it in UWORLD rationales. Will it help?? Have someone tried it and really pass? Yes, just Uworld and mark klimek is my resource. Help me on giving guidelines to study, Thank you for those who response and viewed
edited by on 1/27/2018

I cleared my exam recently. I think you shouldn't be worrying about your percentage. However should be taking time to read the rationales of each question will help you to understand and answer higher level questions. Memorizing only help you to answer direct questions and that's all lower level questions. When it comes to answer application question we have to have some idea bout the content. I would recommend reading Sunders( That's what I did) and marking the difficult questions in Uworld and wrong ones and do it again. Sent me your email. I will sent you a cartoon explanation of each disease condition and its s/s. It will help you to understand better.


1/28/2018 1:22:59 PM
ngkl468398 wrote:
galb318393 wrote:
Help me i really dont know how to study this NCLEX-RN exam and im still researching how. Yes i have UWolrd and my scores are frustrating 40-50% mostly. Anyways, i was thinking to memorize important and mostly all of it in UWORLD rationales. Will it help?? Have someone tried it and really pass? Yes, just Uworld and mark klimek is my resource. Help me on giving guidelines to study, Thank you for those who response and viewed
edited by on 1/27/2018

I cleared my exam recently. I think you shouldn't be worrying about your percentage. However should be taking time to read the rationales of each question will help you to understand and answer higher level questions. Memorizing only help you to answer direct questions and that's all lower level questions. When it comes to answer application question we have to have some idea bout the content. I would recommend reading Sunders( That's what I did) and marking the difficult questions in Uworld and wrong ones and do it again. Sent me your email. I will sent you a cartoon explanation of each disease condition and its s/s. It will help you to understand better.


i will defenitely do that! thank you for sharing my email is [email protected]
Again, thanks alot


1/28/2018 1:24:53 PM
cdnb915192 wrote:
galb318393 wrote:
Help me i really dont know how to study this NCLEX-RN exam and im still researching how. Yes i have UWolrd and my scores are frustrating 40-50% mostly. Anyways, i was thinking to memorize important and mostly all of it in UWORLD rationales. Will it help?? Have someone tried it and really pass? Yes, just Uworld and mark klimek is my resource. Help me on giving guidelines to study, Thank you for those who response and viewed
edited by on 1/27/2018


I think you would be better off understanding why, versus trying to just use rote memory to get through the exam. The rationales explain the 'why' so well. If you can adapt that, then you would be able to break things down as you do the exam and be able to figure out the right answers. The only things you should base rote memory on should be the lab values. Hope this helps.


Thanks for the advise, i really am very frustrated and guessed it wont really work if i just memorize it. I tried to understand it really well on different system first since i dont have enough content knowledge just yet. So thank you again


1/28/2018 11:24:25 PM
galb318393 wrote:
Help me i really dont know how to study this NCLEX-RN exam and im still researching how. Yes i have UWolrd and my scores are frustrating 40-50% mostly. Anyways, i was thinking to memorize important and mostly all of it in UWORLD rationales. Will it help?? Have someone tried it and really pass? Yes, just Uworld and mark klimek is my resource. Help me on giving guidelines to study, Thank you for those who response and viewed
edited by on 1/27/2018


1/28/2018 11:28:23 PM
galb318393 wrote:
Help me i really dont know how to study this NCLEX-RN exam and im still researching how. Yes i have UWolrd and my scores are frustrating 40-50% mostly. Anyways, i was thinking to memorize important and mostly all of it in UWORLD rationales. Will it help?? Have someone tried it and really pass? Yes, just Uworld and mark klimek is my resource. Help me on giving guidelines to study, Thank you for those who response and viewed
edited by on 1/27/2018


I took my NCLEX yesterday. I did the pearson vue trick afterwards and it looks like I passed. I only did UWorld to prepare for this exam. My scores were all over the place. I did both the practice tests. I did excellent on 1 and ok on the 2nd. My advice is to do questions in test mode, 75 at a time. Pretend its the test. I did this over and over to prepare myself. When I took the exam, I just felt like I was doing questions at home. UWorld is very helpful in preparing for the exam. However, you need to understand why on questions vs. content. Good Luck to you!!


1/29/2018 4:00:24 AM
Hi. Can you please share with your resources? Im also having trouble with my review. My email is [email protected] thank you!
ngkl468398 wrote:
galb318393 wrote:
Help me i really dont know how to study this NCLEX-RN exam and im still researching how. Yes i have UWolrd and my scores are frustrating 40-50% mostly. Anyways, i was thinking to memorize important and mostly all of it in UWORLD rationales. Will it help?? Have someone tried it and really pass? Yes, just Uworld and mark klimek is my resource. Help me on giving guidelines to study, Thank you for those who response and viewed
edited by on 1/27/2018

I cleared my exam recently. I think you shouldn't be worrying about your percentage. However should be taking time to read the rationales of each question will help you to understand and answer higher level questions. Memorizing only help you to answer direct questions and that's all lower level questions. When it comes to answer application question we have to have some idea bout the content. I would recommend reading Sunders( That's what I did) and marking the difficult questions in Uworld and wrong ones and do it again. Sent me your email. I will sent you a cartoon explanation of each disease condition and its s/s. It will help you to understand better.


1/29/2018 4:30:23 PM
wuwt370585 wrote:
galb318393 wrote:
Help me i really dont know how to study this NCLEX-RN exam and im still researching how. Yes i have UWolrd and my scores are frustrating 40-50% mostly. Anyways, i was thinking to memorize important and mostly all of it in UWORLD rationales. Will it help?? Have someone tried it and really pass? Yes, just Uworld and mark klimek is my resource. Help me on giving guidelines to study, Thank you for those who response and viewed
edited by on 1/27/2018


I took my NCLEX yesterday. I did the pearson vue trick afterwards and it looks like I passed. I only did UWorld to prepare for this exam. My scores were all over the place. I did both the practice tests. I did excellent on 1 and ok on the 2nd. My advice is to do questions in test mode, 75 at a time. Pretend its the test. I did this over and over to prepare myself. When I took the exam, I just felt like I was doing questions at home. UWorld is very helpful in preparing for the exam. However, you need to understand why on questions vs. content. Good Luck to you!!


What strategy did you do to study Uworld is it by sytem?


2/6/2018 10:55:59 AM
can someone be so kind as to send me the cartoon examples of signs and symptoms? [email protected]


2/9/2018 5:11:56 PM
galb318393 wrote:
Help me i really dont know how to study this NCLEX-RN exam and im still researching how. Yes i have UWolrd and my scores are frustrating 40-50% mostly. Anyways, i was thinking to memorize important and mostly all of it in UWORLD rationales. Will it help?? Have someone tried it and really pass? Yes, just Uworld and mark klimek is my resource. Help me on giving guidelines to study, Thank you for those who response and viewed
edited by on 1/27/2018


Can you pls, send me the cartoon, here is my email: [email protected]


2/10/2018 4:16:59 PM
88Hello,
I would greatly appreciate a copy of the study resources as well. My email is [email protected] Thanks in advance


2/13/2018 3:31:55 AM
Hello, please can someone send me a copy of the study resources especially the cartoon examples . [email protected] you.


2/13/2018 7:12:04 AM
galb318393 wrote:
Help me i really dont know how to study this NCLEX-RN exam and im still researching how. Yes i have UWolrd and my scores are frustrating 40-50% mostly. Anyways, i was thinking to memorize important and mostly all of it in UWORLD rationales. Will it help?? Have someone tried it and really pass? Yes, just Uworld and mark klimek is my resource. Help me on giving guidelines to study, Thank you for those who response and viewed
edited by on 1/27/2018


Memorizing is fine but not too much. Do it with caution. As much as possible, better understand the concepts and translate it in your into own meaning. Use easily remembered ACRONYMS, to have better retention.I used this strategy before I took the NCLEX..


2/15/2018 10:44:28 PM
ngkl468398 wrote:
galb318393 wrote:
Help me i really dont know how to study this NCLEX-RN exam and im still researching how. Yes i have UWolrd and my scores are frustrating 40-50% mostly. Anyways, i was thinking to memorize important and mostly all of it in UWORLD rationales. Will it help?? Have someone tried it and really pass? Yes, just Uworld and mark klimek is my resource. Help me on giving guidelines to study, Thank you for those who response and viewed
edited by on 1/27/2018

I cleared my exam recently. I think you shouldn't be worrying about your percentage. However should be taking time to read the rationales of each question will help you to understand and answer higher level questions. Memorizing only help you to answer direct questions and that's all lower level questions. When it comes to answer application question we have to have some idea bout the content. I would recommend reading Sunders( That's what I did) and marking the difficult questions in Uworld and wrong ones and do it again. Sent me your email. I will sent you a cartoon explanation of each disease condition and its s/s. It will help you to understand better.


If you don't mind can you send me the explanations as well? Thank you. My email is: [email protected]


2/16/2018 5:55:12 PM
ngkl468398 wrote:
galb318393 wrote:
Help me i really dont know how to study this NCLEX-RN exam and im still researching how. Yes i have UWolrd and my scores are frustrating 40-50% mostly. Anyways, i was thinking to memorize important and mostly all of it in UWORLD rationales. Will it help?? Have someone tried it and really pass? Yes, just Uworld and mark klimek is my resource. Help me on giving guidelines to study, Thank you for those who response and viewed
edited by on 1/27/2018

I cleared my exam recently. I think you shouldn't be worrying about your percentage. However should be taking time to read the rationales of each question will help you to understand and answer higher level questions. Memorizing only help you to answer direct questions and that's all lower level questions. When it comes to answer application question we have to have some idea bout the content. I would recommend reading Sunders( That's what I did) and marking the difficult questions in Uworld and wrong ones and do it again. Sent me your email. I will sent you a cartoon explanation of each disease condition and its s/s. It will help you to understand better.


Hi! Can you also send it to me I'm testing soon, my email is [email protected] please thanks in advance


2/22/2018 5:33:18 PM
I would love to have that. Please..in critical care this semester...this is awesome..thank you so much ❤
[email protected]


2/27/2018 9:20:46 AM
ngkl468398 wrote:
galb318393 wrote:
Help me i really dont know how to study this NCLEX-RN exam and im still researching how. Yes i have UWolrd and my scores are frustrating 40-50% mostly. Anyways, i was thinking to memorize important and mostly all of it in UWORLD rationales. Will it help?? Have someone tried it and really pass? Yes, just Uworld and mark klimek is my resource. Help me on giving guidelines to study, Thank you for those who response and viewed
edited by on 1/27/2018

I cleared my exam recently. I think you shouldn't be worrying about your percentage. However should be taking time to read the rationales of each question will help you to understand and answer higher level questions. Memorizing only help you to answer direct questions and that's all lower level questions. When it comes to answer application question we have to have some idea bout the content. I would recommend reading Sunders( That's what I did) and marking the difficult questions in Uworld and wrong ones and do it again. Sent me your email. I will sent you a cartoon explanation of each disease condition and its s/s. It will help you to understand better.


I am also trying to study with uworld and would love to have any additional resources . Could you send me your cartoon explanation of disease process and s/s. My email address is [email protected] TIA Susan


2/27/2018 1:43:20 PM
I took my NCLEX exam last week and passed within 75 questions! I used UWorld mainly, but my school had us purchase Kaplan so I used their Readiness Test. I would do two 75 questions on time mode mostly every day and takes notes on content I wasn't familiar with during remediation. I would also add specific charts and pictures on the flashcard on UWorld. I read my notes about 3 or 4 times before my test date but answering questions over and over helps. The more I answered questions the better I did.


3/1/2018 3:34:15 PM
ngkl468398 wrote:
galb318393 wrote:
Help me i really dont know how to study this NCLEX-RN exam and im still researching how. Yes i have UWolrd and my scores are frustrating 40-50% mostly. Anyways, i was thinking to memorize important and mostly all of it in UWORLD rationales. Will it help?? Have someone tried it and really pass? Yes, just Uworld and mark klimek is my resource. Help me on giving guidelines to study, Thank you for those who response and viewed
edited by on 1/27/2018

I cleared my exam recently. I think you shouldn't be worrying about your percentage. However should be taking time to read the rationales of each question will help you to understand and answer higher level questions. Memorizing only help you to answer direct questions and that's all lower level questions. When it comes to answer application question we have to have some idea bout the content. I would recommend reading Sunders( That's what I did) and marking the difficult questions in Uworld and wrong ones and do it again. Sent me your email. I will sent you a cartoon explanation of each disease condition and its s/s. It will help you to understand better.

can you also help me [email protected]


3/1/2018 7:12:30 PM
[quote=eexp435216]Hello, please can someone send me a copy of the study resources especially the cartoon examples . [email protected] you.[


3/1/2018 7:15:15 PM
vmfc925185 wrote:
can someone be so kind as to send me the cartoon examples of signs and symptoms? [email protected]


hello, can someone please send me the cartoon examples of disease process?
[email protected]
thank you


3/1/2018 7:15:27 PM
vmfc925185 wrote:
can someone be so kind as to send me the cartoon examples of signs and symptoms? [email protected]


hello, can someone please send me the cartoon examples of disease process?
[email protected]
thank you


3/5/2018 5:46:45 AM
edited by on 1/27/2018[/quote]
I cleared my exam recently. I think you shouldn't be worrying about your percentage. However should be taking time to read the rationales of each question will help you to understand and answer higher level questions. Memorizing only help you to answer direct questions and that's all lower level questions. When it comes to answer application question we have to have some idea bout the content. I would recommend reading Sunders( That's what I did) and marking the difficult questions in Uworld and wrong ones and do it again. Sent me your email. I will sent you a cartoon explanation of each disease condition and its s/s. It will help you to understand better.[/quote]

can u pls send it to my email also [email protected] my exam is fast approaching and no excuse for me to fail. i cant even enroll in a review center because of financial constraints. i have 3 year old and am working. pls need advice, my scores arr also 40%. i need help. thank u


3/5/2018 10:10:04 AM
Can someone please send me the cartoon explanation of the disease process and signs/symptoms? My email address is [email protected] 🤗Thanks in advance.


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