I've searched through about 100 threads, which are all helpful in their own ways, but not quite what I'm looking for.
I'm freaking out. My NCLEX-RN is in about a week, but I'm getting low 50s on the QTs. (I'm saving the last few)
I know Kaplan says 60-65%, but I just don't know what to do. I went to a very difficult school (100% NCLEX pass rate last December!), an did well. I feel like I just don't know how to answer the questions or study the content or...something. All of my classmates are doing better than me (and passing!). I just don't know what to do. I will probably postpone my test, but does anyone have any advice/ similar experience/ words of encouragement.
I'm starting to feel a bit helpless, because I've always done well and am not really sure how to improve.
Aug 26, '12
Don't feel discourage. Try to read all the rationales whether your got it right or not. This will help you re-enforce content information and style on answering questions next time. Have go gone through Kaplan strategies? I think the strategies really helpful also PdA for priority questions. Don't doubt yourself, you got this! God bless and good luck
Aug 26, '12
Thank you for this thread! I have been searching these threads for the same question. My qbank scores are ranging from high 40's to low 60's and I can say I am getting more high 40's than 50's or 60's. I know how you feel! I am getting frustrated. I do feel reading the rationales are very helpful though. Does anyone know what scores are too low to pass the NCLEX?