ATI Predictor Exam

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    I got a 71% on the ATI predictor (180 questions, only 150 are used) and have a 92% probability of passing NCLEX on the first try. How much weight should I put in to this? If any of you have taken this, what was your probability percentage and how well did you do on the actual boards?
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    ATI Predictor I got a 98.9%
    Took my NCLEX Nov 1st. I got the good popup

    I reviewed labs and pharm, and I also re did all final exams and practice exams on ati
    4hrs a day study
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    Quote from matt15301
    I got a 71% on the ATI predictor (180 questions, only 150 are used) and have a 92% probability of passing NCLEX on the first try. How much weight should I put in to this? If any of you have taken this, what was your probability percentage and how well did you do on the actual boards?
    Hey was this your exit exam, if so did you take 2013 or 2010 version
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    Our school did the 2010 version and it was our exit exam. I received a 91% chance of passing the NCLEX the time taking it, I took the exam 4 weeks later and passed with 80 questions.
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    Quote from mar2013
    Hey was this your exit exam, if so did you take 2013 or 2010 version
    Well, since we graduate next month I assume it's the "exit" exam. Don't have to score some insane amount to graduate, just remediation if you don't do as well. 2010 version
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    I got a 98 percent chance. Didn't study. Did a couple hundred practice questions. Passed with the minimum number of questions.
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    I take comp predictor on wed and we were told 2013 Is all ati is administering. So you took the 2010? If u did take the 2010 That is good because the books we were given were all 2010 not 2013 books :/
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    I got a 93% chance at passing. Took the nclex yesterday and got the good popup. We'll see!
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    I personally think you should view ATI as a tool not as a means to not study for boards... Or feel overconfident about your ability to pass boards. With so much weight on one exam (job, livelihood, etc)it seems idiotic to me that people would just "wing it" or not study their absolute hardest. I studied for an entire month non-stop for at minimum 8 hours per day. I treated NCLEX studying as my full time job. Now, could I have passed boards in the minimum amount of questions without studying as hard as I did, maybe or maybe not? However, why would anyone risk it? ...just my two cents!

    Sincerely,

    Someone who killed themselves studying for boards, passed them in 75 questions and is a working nurse!
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    Thanks Nurse_Ash for that wonderful information about ATI and congratualtions! I take it soon, If you could email me at SylvesteRN1213@gmail.com. I will greatly appreciate it! I cant send private message yet!


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