Low Kaplan Scores??!
- 0Aug 26, '12 by carlasueI'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.
- 0Aug 26, '12 by jayz1989Don'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
- 0Aug 26, '12 by LPN-RN2beThank 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?