How many of you have 75 questions passed or failed? - page 4

Hi, everyone, I am new here Just took my RN exam yesterday, and... feel so bad. Cannot help it to think I failed it... :crying2: This is my second time to take it. The last time I took it was... Read More

  1. by   Mino
    Quote from skanded
    YAY! I can not tell you excited I am for you.


    I am feeling the exact same way. I took it today and feel so terrible. Good luck finding that awesome job! YOU EARNED IT!!

    Thank you... I think the real challenge has just started...
  2. by   Mino
    Quote from busylynn
    congrats! congrats! congrats!!!!! I knew you passed. I have been keeping up with you and couldn't wait for you to get your results!!!!!! yippee!!!!! Good Job!
    Thanksssssssssssssssss... Hope all is well for you, too...
  3. by   sim
    me too i took exam on 7th of jan but couldnot find my name in website.
    Congratulation mino!
  4. by   RainbowzLPN
    Congrats!!! & welcome to the nursing profession!!! :hatparty:
  5. by   Mino
    Quote from sim
    me too i took exam on 7th of jan but couldnot find my name in website.
    Congratulation mino!
    Wait couple more days... I remember someone on this forum said her friend waited for two weeks to see her name posted on the web... You know sometimes, they made some mistakes. Keep the hope up. Hope to hear good news from you ASAP. Best Wishes
  6. by   Mino
    Quote from RainbowzLPN
    Congrats!!! & welcome to the nursing profession!!! :hatparty:
    Thank you thank you thank you...

    Well, just realized it's not that easy to get a job as an international student in the US... ha... However, I just received my license card in mail couple minutes ago... Still feel like dreaming... haha... :P
  7. by   madwife2002
    Just read all your messages from begining to end so pleaseed you passed. I am in same boat as you now waiting to hear if I passed or failed am obsessed by the NCLEX. My shut down at 105 and I am positive I did badly because I found it really hard. I took it in London one of the first to sit in UK. I know I could have done better and the computer knew too lol.
    I can believe how stressed I feel waitingfor this result completly out of character for me an expereinced RN with over 15 yrs behind me.

    I am probably going to haunt this web site until I know. It's like you look for reassurance from others and yet at end of day I can re-sit it is not end of the world just feels like it to me right now.

    Once again congrats
  8. by   SarasotaRN2b
    [font=Comic Sans MS]1. What kind of percentage would one have to achieve to pass? I realize you can get anywhere from 75 questions to 265, but out of what percentage would that be possible to pass?
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    [font=Comic Sans MS]2. Has anyone failed who had only 75 questions?
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    [font=Comic Sans MS]I'm just fact gathering, but appreciate any responses.
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    [font=Comic Sans MS]Kris
  9. by   Mino
    Quote from madwife2002
    Just read all your messages from begining to end so pleaseed you passed. I am in same boat as you now waiting to hear if I passed or failed am obsessed by the NCLEX. My shut down at 105 and I am positive I did badly because I found it really hard. I took it in London one of the first to sit in UK. I know I could have done better and the computer knew too lol.
    I can believe how stressed I feel waitingfor this result completly out of character for me an expereinced RN with over 15 yrs behind me.

    I am probably going to haunt this web site until I know. It's like you look for reassurance from others and yet at end of day I can re-sit it is not end of the world just feels like it to me right now.

    Once again congrats

    WOW... from London??? May I ask what made you want to take NCLEX? and did you get your result yet???

    Sorry for the late reply... got sick & been so busy those days after I got my license... Had started to look for jobs, but... sighs... not easy for foreign nurses, & there are some exams coming for me in February... will be really busy in February.

    Hope to hear from your good news ASAP.
  10. by   Mino
    Quote from mccnrs2b
    [font=Comic Sans MS]1. What kind of percentage would one have to achieve to pass? I realize you can get anywhere from 75 questions to 265, but out of what percentage would that be possible to pass?
    [font=Comic Sans MS]
    [font=Comic Sans MS]2. Has anyone failed who had only 75 questions?
    [font=Comic Sans MS]
    [font=Comic Sans MS]
    [font=Comic Sans MS]I'm just fact gathering, but appreciate any responses.
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    [font=Comic Sans MS]Kris
    Well... I did some researches online before I left my first msgs here... I found that THERE ARE people who failed with 75 questions... I was really terrified that I would be one of them... However, I have no idea what the percentage it is for people who have 75 or 265 to pass...
  11. by   cammy429
    I know people that passed and failed with 75 questions. I passed with 75 and I knew that I passed because of the level of questions that I was getting before the computer shut off. Honestly, the best way to study for the NCLEX (I heard this from my dean and it's what I did), is to do questions until your pass rate improves to 78-80%. She said about 3-5,000. I did about 3,000 total until I got sick of seeing questions.
    Last edit by cammy429 on Mar 16, '06
  12. by   macuser555
    Hello,
    I passed the first time with 75 questions. I was a nervous wreck for a few days until I knew. I didn't take the exam until about four months after I graduated - I was so freaked out about it.
    Ildiko
  13. by   nsgstudentjen
    I had 75 and passed. Several of my classmates had 75 and passed, HOWEVER, several had 80, 90, 115 and passed.

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