The shortest exam was 50 questions, and the longest was 100. Each question was worth one point.
The 100-question exams stretched my test-taking stamina. I liked the 75-question exams for two reasons: 1) I could maintain the intensity of concentration for a test of that length and 2) each question was worth one point but not 1 percentage point. For some reason, that gave me a psychological benefit during the test.
For classes with a clinical component, the tests were 80%-90% of our grade. 10%-20% was written work. Clinicals were pass/fail, and care plans
were a part of clinical, so they weren't included in written work as part of the grade.
For theory classes (no clinical component), written work was often more than 50% of the grade.
I went through an ABSN program.