More right than wrong??
- 0Jan 30, '13 by swilds12I have a Hurst review book and they keep saying al you have to do to pass NCLEX is to have more right than wrong. Obviously. But does anyone know if there is a certain percentage needed before they cut you off?
- 0Jan 30, '13 by JustBeachyNurse, LPNIt's not that simple, such as get 51% right and you pass. The exam is a computer adaptive test and there is more involved than simple more right than wrong.
Try reading these two articles by one of the AllNurses.com staff member TheCommuter that do a wonderful job of explaining how the NCLEX works:
How the NCLEX Works Part I: Computer Adaptive Testing
How the NCLEX Works Part II: What to Expect at the Testing CenterLast edit by JustBeachyNurse on Jan 30, '13 : Reason: update links