Did anyone Pass NCLEX-RN with 265 questions? - page 2
I took the NCLEX-RN on Saturday (09/22). I got all 265 questions and I am so worried that I didn't pass. Virginia doesn't participate in the quick results program so I won't know until my name is... Read More
Sep 25, '07Congrats Jessica. Glad to hear it. I think it is safe to assume I failed it. I took it on Friday and still nothing on the VBON. I guess it's time to prepare for round 2.
Sep 26, '07Hi.. I took the NCLEX last Sept 20 and I had the same numbers just like you did. I'm keeping my fingers crossed! I hope we'd be able to pass. Just Pray..
God will make a way for US..
Sep 26, '07Hi
For those of you who passed after taking 265 questions can you remember if the questions got easier harder neither both???
I think I zigzagged all over the place towards the end, but I suppose it depends on individual's strengths & weaknesses!!!
What do they determine to be a harder question? Delegation? Prioritising?
Seemed to have more adult questions is that normal or is it completely random?
Not many calculations, & only 1 multiple choice answer!
Oh well I have no idea how I did Have to wait & see xxx
Sep 26, '07My test seemed to keep getting harder and harder. There were a lot of prioritization questions. I had two math questions and only like three or four all that apply questions. Keep your head up I'm sure you did fine. I passed with 265 and it did seem to kinda zigzag all over the place because each student usually misses 50% of the questions.:spin:
Sep 26, '07Now I come to think of it I had quite a few 'who would you see first' questions-they must be classed as harder level questions the same as 'select all that apply' questions????
Sep 27, '07jessica,
how long did it take you to answer all 265 questions?
By the way, what si the time limit for the NCLEX? 4, 5 , 6 hours?
and i am happy that you passed your NCLEX.
Oct 26, '07I just found out I passed the 2nd time around with 265 questions. Like several people in here, my test seemed to zigzag all over the place. I had a lot of prioritization questions, along with pharmacology, only one easy calculation. I also had a lot of multiple response questions. Kaplan explains that you need to successfully answer the application and analysis questions, which are the most challenging, in order to be successful. It was very stressful and took me 4 hours. I am glad it's over. Congratulations to all of those who passed. We all can now start on the next phase of our journey.