265 Questions/Got Last one wrong/ Passed :D

  1. 5 Hey I passed everyone. Just letting you know, you can get the last question wrong and still pass!
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  4. Visit  Nikkinism70s profile page
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    congrats to you it must feel really good!! That's the amount I received as well.
    Last edit by Nikkinism70s on Mar 10, '14
  5. Visit  AngelAsherah profile page
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    That's true. As long as the last question is above the passing line. Congrats RN!
  6. Visit  megacheesehead profile page
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    So the standard to pass the NCLEX is 51%. As long as a person ends up above the passing line, they have passed?
  7. Visit  Nikkinism70s profile page
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    Not really sure what the percentage is...........
  8. Visit  elijahvirgo profile page
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    Not sure if its treated the same with nclex, but on other board exams, passing is 80%, and theres a minimal score that if you drop below throughout the testing process, thats where itll cut you off regardless of how many questions in you are. 265 seems to be the max, so if even if you fumbled on a few questions, as long as you were above that critical pass value, and made it to at least 80% by the time you've hit 265 you've passed
  9. Visit  ctersi01 profile page
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    Whether you pass or fail the NCLEX depends on your questions being above or below the "passing line". If you have 265 questions, the last question determines if you pass the exam. If the last question (whether you get it right or wrong) is above the passing line (i.e. a difficult question) then you've passed. If the last question is below the passing line (again, whether right or wrong), you've failed the exam. The latest stats show that those who pass the exam get approximately 54% of their questions right, with the majority of them being above the passing line.


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