ATI Comprehensive Predictor as a benchmark for the NCLEX...?

  1. 0
    I graduate in 2 weeks from my ADN (RN) program and want to take the NCLEX just as soon as possible thereafter. Our school uses ATI testing (atitesting.com) as a benchmark; I hear many schools use something similar, like HESI or Kaplan.

    My question is, how well does passing the ATI Comprehensive Predictor correlate to being able to pass the NCLEX-RN? Does anyone have any experience with this?

    I'm also willing to hear from those using the other programs (HESI or Kaplan).

    Get the hottest topics every week!

    Subscribe to our free Nursing Insights: Student Edition newsletter.

  2. Poll: Is a comprehensive predictor test a good indicator of being able to pass the NCLEX-RN

    • Public View Results
    • All participants and their votes will be visible to the public.
  3. 3 Comments...

  4. 0
    My school required ATI. When I took the comprehensive predictor, I got a 92% probability of passing NCLEX on the first attempt, and I passed NCLEX on the first attempt with only 75 questions. I would highly recommend using ATI after graduation as well. You can work one-on-one with a nursing instructor. He/she will build a study plan based on your strengths and weaknesses. I found that extremely helpful. I also used the Kaplan book to study from, but ATI was more beneficial, in my opinion.
  5. 0
    Thank you, I've been wondering about the one-on-one thing.
  6. 0
    I felt it helped me. And I too passed NCLEX on the first attempt with 75 questions.


Nursing Jobs in every specialty and state. Visit today and Create Job Alerts, Manage Your Resume, and Apply for Jobs.

A Big Thank You To Our Sponsors
Top