I found it helpful looking at this website while preparing for the NCLEX so I told myself that afterwards, I would make a post to help others. I passed the NCLEX-RN on july 8th with 75 questions. I had 10 sata. To prepare, I took the Kaplan course and did the online QBank and question trainers. My scores were:
QT 4: 59.3%
QT 5: 60.7%
QT 6: 59.0%
QT 7: 62.3%
readiness: 61.7% (done before the bulk of my studying)
I did a total of 700 qbank questions. When I first started studying I would get 50s and 60s, but during my last week of studying, something clicked and I started getting high 60s and 70s. Don't let test scores stress you out! I would sometimes get that random 44% on a Qbank test, and it would freak me out. Make sure to do the Sample Test with the alternate format questions. It is good practice for sata questions.
Also, question trainers 6 and 7 are the most important in terms of how you score on them, because those have the highest level of questions, so aim for a 55 on qt 7, and make sure you REVIEW RATIONALES! I didn't do an extremely in depth review, but I just looked it over. I did not study any content, and I'm happy I didn't because all of the stuff I was thinking about studying, was not on my NCLEX. I had absolutely no OB questions, and no endocrine disorder questions, which is great because those were my weak points. Any other questions you guys might have, feel free to ask! Good Luck!