I found a "scoring explanation"
The chart included in your report describes your particular scores in terms of acceptable levels of performance (85) and a recommended level of performance (90).
A HESI score is NOT a percentage score. it reflects application of the HESI Predictability Model (HPM) to your particular score. Research studies have found the HPM to be highly accurate blah blah blah...
...total scores and subject catagory scores between 85 and 90 should be seriously reviewed.
So i have a 96.50 chance of passing. EEEEEEEP!
most of my scores in the individual catagories are 99.9, but i have a 47.44 for 'safe effective enviornment," a 15.48 for health system and care policy, a 54.49 for GI/Hepatic and a 22.30 for Oncology
uh i guess i need to "seriously review" those, huh?