First off I want to mention that I have not yet taken the NCLEX, nor am I saying its easy or insulting those who have failed it.
However I wanted to make a thread focusing on what exactly goes wrong, which results in people failing the test.
Looking at the statistics many people (90%~) pass on the first attempt, which means only a few dont.
So rather focusing on the many many different ways that the majority of people pass, I was hoping people could share their knowledge and experiences of the most common reason why people dont.
Going off the statistics that NCLEX offers being a foreign educated/non english speaking student obviously seems to be the biggest obstacle, but what else ?