Most of the questions were short like ATI. Some of the questions included information that had nothing to do with the answer. I didn't use Kaplan so I'm not sure about their question format (I didn't have the funds for it)
When I took the NCLEX on January 31st, I felt like I was on Kaplan's Qbank. Everything looked the same to me. From the way they were worded to the way the screen looked. I had did a lot of different types of questions from Lippincott, Saunders, ATI, Kaplan, etc. I think Kaplan is most like the nclex.
Passed with 90 question on first attempt.
'Toyosee' if you got the good pop-up, more than likely you passed. Congrats!
Congrats!!! It must be an awesome feeling. I have mine scheduled for the 25th of this month. I am freaking out, its my 2nd time around I took it in September of 2013 and it stopped at 85 Q which means I did pretty bad. The 1st time I only studied for 3 weeks. This time around I took 3 months to prepare myself. I got the Kaplan Qbank which I did 100% with a 64% average. Now I've been working on the question trainers. My scores are 1) 63% 2) 65% 3) 64% 4) 66%. I did the readiness and got a 74%. But I am really worried about the meds I don't feel comfortable with them and I just cannot memorize any more info. So overwhelmed and anxious about the NCLEX. Any suggestions would really be appreciated