# of QUestions wrong after Reviewing NCLEX

  1. Did anybody else come home after the NCLEX and look up questions they got wrong or think they did? What was the number that anybody came up with and passed?
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  2. 9 Comments

  3. by   Imafloat
    I looked up a couple of questions AFTER I found out I passed and got them wrong. I wanted to look them up right after I took the test, but I knew if I did that I would freak out if they were wrong.
  4. by   Leilah75_RN
    i didnt remember the questions nor the names of the meds asked really. all i can remember is most of the questions that i answered wer about meds. didnt try to look nor touch any of the nclex books after the test. it will just add anxiety and depression on my part.

    good luck to you:P
  5. by   onduty23
    never took nclex

    but after a test i dont go home and look up answers it give me too much anxiety doing that
  6. by   fireroop
    I went home & tried to look up questions. The only ones I could really find definite answers to were the ones about SE of meds or symptoms of diseases. No luck on most of them...........everyone I've talked to has said the same thing. On the bright side, most everyone I know has had 75-77 questions and has passed.
  7. by   EricJRN
    The NCLEX is set up so that both passers and failers score ~50%. The computer will adjust the difficulty level so as to keep you at 50%. Everyone misses plenty - don't sweat it.
  8. by   WannaBeAnRN2
    I passed!
  9. by   MickyB-RN
    Quote from WannaBeAnRN2
    I passed!

    Congratulations!!!
  10. by   JJG07
    That is deinitely a good news. Congratulations!!!
  11. by   ink10300
    Quote from WannaBeAnRN2
    Did anybody else come home after the NCLEX and look up questions they got wrong or think they did? What was the number that anybody came up with and passed?
    I took nclex-pn on 1/4- still biting my nails and going crazy waiting for results because im in stupid California. I made the mistake of looking up everything I could possibly think of and realized how many multiple multiples I got wrong because of missing 1 little thing, or just missing it completly. I overthought, over analyzed and I still am. I stopped at 85, and everyday I wait, my anxiety gets worse. And as soon as I remember even part of a question, I run to look it up, but my memory is jumbled now, so I assume I probably got it wrong anyway. If worse comes to worse, I know I'll retake it. But it's not much reassurance, I'm still going crazy.... Moral? ---Don't look up questions untill you get your results.... It just makes your anxiety worse.

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