I took my adaptive chid ATI quiz the other day, and things are coming together. I’m become more confident on understand why i’m choosing the answer I’m choosing. Its all about expected vs. unexpected, chronic vs. acute, stable vs. unstable, and more. Is your patient going to crash if you don’t visit them first. I’m also getting the hang of rationalizing my decision to choose something before I commit to the answer! This reassures me that it will likely be the correct answer. I’ve become better at slowing down. I still miss some words if i subconsciously speed up, but I’ve seen improvement and I’m proud of them! I’m looking forward to more practice, I enjoy studying for NCLEX because each test I perform I become more confident in my abilities of test taking (something my old self would be so proud of)!