Last 2017, I joined the HCPI and just lately I took the NCLEX which was last January 22, 2019.

During the course of my review, I did not study many books thinking that it might cause confusion. I don’t memorize so often because I have done a lot of this during my NLE review. I make sure that I understand every concept being covered as well. What I did is, I religiously studied and answered the modules and examinations that the HC have provided. When I took practice examinations, I utilized strategies on how to analyze and answer questions which I considered very important. When the day came for NCLEX I doubted whether I have enough preparation that is needed but stored knowledge coupled with prayer had made it a success. I hold on to God’s promise found in Jeremiah 29:11.

On the NCLEX examination room, I was bombarded with so many SATA. The examination was more of prioritization and delegation, yet I surpassed it by God’s grace. After taking the NCLEX, my IPA, sir Mark Cunanan called and informed me of the result of such examination. I and my family burst into tears of joy upon hearing the good news that I passed. To God be the glory and honor.

I would like to extend my thanks and appreciation to my Health Carousel and I pass family for being God’s instruments in helping me achieve my dreams through their program and for all who give support and encouragement and prayer throughout this journey. I know there are more challenges ahead but I believe that our Creator is going ahead for my sake. By the way, I am just an ordinary nurse with an impossible dream. I don’t know where to start and what to do but you made it possible for aspiring nurses like me.

To my fellow aspirants, never lose hope. Trust our Ultimate Source of true knowledge and wisdom. Parallel your study with prayer. Spend time on prayer and meditation on God’s words, study hard don’t procrastinate. A saying says, ” If you study hard the exam will be easy, but if you have an easy study you’ll find the exam hard.” Trust God, be confident and be positive.

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