I just graduated Nursing school
like a week ago and I'm doing the Kaplan Review
(including the online and the class). Well, the class itself doesn't start till June, but I'm doing all the Q Bank questions before then because I want to test immediately the class itself is over. For people that Kaplan really helped, I heard not to both doing other stuff, just the kaplan book (with strategies for test taking) and questions, questions, questions. Is it not worth learning anything at this point? Also, I am scoring between 50 and 65% on the kaplan Q bank tests. Is that good? I know I want to pass the NCLEX in 75 questions and 15 questions are experimental. Therefore there are 60 questions. So if I pass a leas half of those, have I passed? Or do they have to be at/or above the minimum competency level too? Just trying to figure out if I'm doing okay or not. Too bad they don't tell you on the site what your score translates to in 'NCLEX world' (whether you passed or failed). I can't do the question trainer tests yet because they've locked them until we start the physical class in June. Also I haven't been able to take the diagnostic test yet.