ATI: Mom-baby(Maternal Newborn) Level 2

  1. 0 Just curious if anyone knows what the percentage is to get a level 2 for the mom-baby ATI. I just did some of the practice tests and I got a 75 and a 68. I think the level 2 cut off was 62% which I thought was really low. I was wondering (and hoping) if it was similar for mom-baby since I need to level 2 to pass the class.

    Any help would be appreciated.

    Thanks.
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  3. Visit  bringtherain112 profile page

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  4. Visit  Justmenfl profile page
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    We had to get 72 to get a Level II
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  5. Visit  ParkerBC,MSN,RN profile page
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    When I took the Maternal Newborn ATI on 06/30/2010, the National Mean was 71.8%. I think if you are at or slightly above the national mean, you get the level 2.
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  6. Visit  SweeneyPie profile page
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    We also needed a 72. I believe it is your instructor/program who sets the different levels, not the ATI company, so it may be higher or lower for you.
  7. Visit  Apgar10 profile page
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    I don't understand these tests... like why are we taking them? In our school they don't count for anything. I scored a Level 3 on Mother/Baby and Level 2 on Peds... my Mother/baby score was higher so is the Level 3 better than Level 2? Don't get it.
  8. Visit  LoveMyDaughters profile page
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    Quote from Apgar10
    I don't understand these tests... like why are we taking them? In our school they don't count for anything. I scored a Level 3 on Mother/Baby and Level 2 on Peds... my Mother/baby score was higher so is the Level 3 better than Level 2? Don't get it.

    Level 1 is the best you can get on the ATI exams. If you go onto the ATI website and logon you can look at a results page of tests that you have taken. It will have an explanation page that will explain what the different levels mean.
  9. Visit  kristandrews profile page
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    no...level 3 is actually the highest. at my school we have to score a level 3 to get advanced placement, and we occasionally get bonus points for them! i always do a lot better on the real tests than on the practice tests, so maybe you will, too!
    i'm not sure what score you need for each level, though! good luck on your test!
  10. Visit  moonredlife profile page
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    My instructor told us that if you get a level 2 or higher on all of the exams ATI all but guarantees that you will pass NCLEX on the first try. I would think that ATI would have their own pre-set percentages for levels then, but who knows. If you look on their website though, I've heard from a friend that it does state that their Nclex pass rate for those who achieved those levels is 99% or something...
  11. Visit  LoveMyDaughters profile page
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    Quote from kristandrews
    no...level 3 is actually the highest. at my school we have to score a level 3 to get advanced placement, and we occasionally get bonus points for them! i always do a lot better on the real tests than on the practice tests, so maybe you will, too!
    i'm not sure what score you need for each level, though! good luck on your test!

    I'm sorry. You are right. I was backwards!!


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