How many of you passed or failed at 265? - page 2

I had 265 yesterday and feel really good about the last set of questions (especially #265). I'm SCARED, though. Anybody know what the chances of passing are at 265??? Thanks!... Read More

  1. by   khirbz
    Just received a news from a friend that she passed at 265 questions. There's no indication of passing or failing in any number. They all have the same percentage of pass/fail on any number. Goodluck to all who got 265 questions...
  2. by   DutchgirlRN
    265 the first time and passed
  3. by   Leilah75_RN
    my cousin had 265 question same as me but the only difference is that, shes a US educated nurse and i am a foreign grad and my chances of passing is very little comparing to Us grad nurses. anyways, luck is luck, wherever u r from, when it is time for u to become a certified nurse, all the good luck turns towards u... prepare well and study well....and u will ace it. hope i hit the spot nxt time... goodluck to all of us....
  4. by   LZRN
    Had 75 the 1st time and failed, had 265 today in 5hrs 55min,so I guess we'll see!
  5. by   megster
    This makes me feel a little better! I took mine today and had 265 questions. I would get the harder "prioritizing questions"...like 5 in a row, then I'd get an easy one, then hard. Then a lot of easy ones, then hard. It's hard to know. I was the only one left in the room. I've talked to about 4 people from my school and they had 70-something and passed. UGH. I know everyone is saying that the # of questions does not matter...but it says that it means it took the computer longer to know if you were above the pass rate? I'm thinking that isn't a good thing...? It was hard, I hope I don't have to take it again. Good luck to everyone & best wishes!
    Last edit by megster on Feb 7, '07
  6. by   tetitto
    My friend just graduated last December , and then she did the KAPLAN and studied three weeks. Then she took the NCLEX-RN. She was sure thath she would be out in two hours. But not yes was ther for five hours 265 questions, she thinks she got last question wrong, but after two days she got unofficial result online from PEARSON guess what...............she PASSED.
  7. by   tetitto
    My friend just graduated last December , and then she did the KAPLAN and studied three weeks. Then she took the NCLEX-RN. She was sure that she would be out in two hours. But notshe was there for five hours 265 questions, she thinks she got last question wrong, but after two daysof waiting she got unofficial results online from PEARSON guess what...............she PASSED. Now she is waiting for the hard copy of her license.
  8. by   nessa36va
    hi, i took the nclex and had 265 questions. i too was the last person there. i have been the only person in my class to have 265. everyone else had 75!!! lol . i felt bad at first, but my tag doesnt say rn 265!!! lol. anyway, good luck, i was sure i failed because i had all the questions, but you just never know!
  9. by   suzy253
    Passed with 265---1st try.
  10. by   missiejones
    i was bombarded by priority questions by the time i reached 250+, my mind felt like exploding since it was nearing the end of the 6 hour alloted time, and i havent eaten breakfast and lunch, expecting that i'd be out in 2 - hours with 75 questions, I stopped at 265 with 5 minutes left, 2 weeks later I got the results, all subjects were near passing, I hope i learned my lesson, have someting to eat and never expect to have 75 questions

    but everything is 50/50, my friend passed at 265
    Last edit by missiejones on Feb 12, '07
  11. by   NURSEEXTERN
    hello everybody just like you i'm so scared and nervous..... I took nclex last 02/08 i've already called pearsonvue they told me that it will take 3-4 weeks...MY GOD that's too LONG i can't sleep already. My question stopped on 79 i don't know what to do is it a good or bad chance.NEED TO TALK TO SOMEONE
  12. by   rosesun
    i got 265 queations, i took the nclex-rn exam last nov14,2006 in guam. thank GOD i passed!!! :roll
  13. by   RNKay31
    Wishing you all the very best

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