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My school has us take the 3 hours ATI Predictor Test just before we graduate. The score I got according to ATI says that I have a 91% chance of passing the NCLEX. That isnt so bad for not studying.
I would like to know what percent pass rate people got on ATI and if they passed or failed the NCLEX.
I am a little skeptical about this 91% chance of passing the NCLEX, especially since they recently raised the % you need to pass the NCLEX and I doubt ATI has accounted for this and I dont think that the ATI predictor test is CAT (computer adaptive test) so I dont think it is an accurate test.
Any comments would be greatly appreciated.
Suzanne4 (I think it was her), posted somewhere, once upon a time, on the issue of the percentage rate being raised in order to pass the NCLEX. She broke it down into detail and I think the actual percentage difference was a fraction of 1%. Don't quote me!
I haven't even started an RN program yet, but I remembered reading the post, so I thought I would mention that in case anyone wanted to search for it.