NCLEX HAIL STORM 265 Questions

  1. :imbar
    Hello Out There,

    Just freaked out about the NCLEX in Kentucky, imagine that. I just finished taking the NCLEX-RN exam about 2-1/2 hours ago and ended up receiving all 265 questions. I don't know what to think. So far, I know three people in my class received 75 questions and passed, one received 175 and passed, then my friend received 235...and passed, but I just don't know. I feel like I failed. Just wondered if anyone had taken all of the questions and passed. I, like others, just started working/orientation. I will die of shame if I failed. Eeeeeek.

    Thanks to all who post hear for sharing your honest feelings, words of encouragement, and for just plain being out there in the world and understanding.

    Peace and Love.
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  3. by   sha414
    wishing you all the best...praying for your success!!!

    [color=#2f4f4f]trisha
  4. by   dImPLeZ346
    I wish you much luck! Much of what I've been reading with those that have gone all the way to the end have passed. I myself just took NCLEX on Monday and am waiting for my results. Only difference is... I ran out of time!!! So, I'm going through just as much frustration as you are right now because no one can seem to really respond to me running out of time. Am I dumb? In any case, I would say to look at doing all 265 as a good sign. As long it kept going, you were still in the game. They usually say that the last question will count the most. But.. who knows!! NCLEX is unpredictable!!!
  5. by   MelissaRN
    Quote from AliceanRN2B
    :imbar
    Hello Out There,

    Just freaked out about the NCLEX in Kentucky, imagine that. I just finished taking the NCLEX-RN exam about 2-1/2 hours ago and ended up receiving all 265 questions. I don't know what to think. So far, I know three people in my class received 75 questions and passed, one received 175 and passed, then my friend received 235...and passed, but I just don't know. I feel like I failed. Just wondered if anyone had taken all of the questions and passed. I, like others, just started working/orientation. I will die of shame if I failed. Eeeeeek.

    Thanks to all who post hear for sharing your honest feelings, words of encouragement, and for just plain being out there in the world and understanding.

    Peace and Love.
    I know 5 people that got all the questions and passed. One of them was the top of my graduating class.
  6. by   Ari RN
    WOW..... GOOD LUCK
  7. by   husker-nurse
    when I took the RN NCLEX, I, too, had to answer all (275?) questions and passed....have a little FAITH! congratulations on your graduations, ALL you new grads!
  8. by   Brickman
    Quote from dImPLeZ346
    I wish you much luck! Much of what I've been reading with those that have gone all the way to the end have passed. I myself just took NCLEX on Monday and am waiting for my results. Only difference is... I ran out of time!!! So, I'm going through just as much frustration as you are right now because no one can seem to really respond to me running out of time. Am I dumb? In any case, I would say to look at doing all 265 as a good sign. As long it kept going, you were still in the game. They usually say that the last question will count the most. But.. who knows!! NCLEX is unpredictable!!!
    A friend of mine ran out of time when she was somewhere around 250 questions and she passed!
  9. by   AliceanRN2B
    Quote from dImPLeZ346
    I wish you much luck! Much of what I've been reading with those that have gone all the way to the end have passed. I myself just took NCLEX on Monday and am waiting for my results. Only difference is... I ran out of time!!! So, I'm going through just as much frustration as you are right now because no one can seem to really respond to me running out of time. Am I dumb? In any case, I would say to look at doing all 265 as a good sign. As long it kept going, you were still in the game. They usually say that the last question will count the most. But.. who knows!! NCLEX is unpredictable!!!
    I do appreciate your words of encouragement and send the same, and then some to you. When I first got my ATT via email they actually had labeled a PDF document that is was my ATT, but it was something else, so I went to www.pearsonvue.com/nclex and clicked on "contact us" and there was an option to speak to customer service live. It was great. I actually was able to discuss my problem with someone as if I was in a chat room....maybe this would be an option for you. If not, I would HIGHLY recommend calling the # where you schedule and so forth. I think that since you have paid them 200 dollars for the so-called privelage of testing, the least they could do is advise you on the time limit issue. Again, good luck and thanks a million. I will have you in my prayers.
  10. by   AliceanRN2B
    I'd just like to say thans a million to everyone for all your information and encouragement. I wish everyone out there all the best. Again, I can't thank you enough.
  11. by   pdaddy
    I just got done with taking the NCLEX RN and was taken to the end of the test. I'm now questioning whether or not the last question was 275 or fell just short. I do know however that the last question I answered was right easing my nerves just a tad bit. I heard you could pay 15 bucks to find out your results right away. Does anyone know tihs to be true?
  12. by   Bonny619
    I doubt it, everyone would pay the 15 bucks!

    Quote from pdaddy
    I just got done with taking the NCLEX RN and was taken to the end of the test. I'm now questioning whether or not the last question was 275 or fell just short. I do know however that the last question I answered was right easing my nerves just a tad bit. I heard you could pay 15 bucks to find out your results right away. Does anyone know tihs to be true?
  13. by   pdaddy
    Quote from Bonny619
    I doubt it, everyone would pay the 15 bucks!
    Yup, upon further review I see that this is not the case at all. I can however view liscensure status at my state board of nursing, and from what the site says it's updated daily.

    I can't help but to feel as though I'm not going to pass having to take all 265 questions. And the waiting begins.....
  14. by   Bonny619
    Don't worry! Try to relax! I wish I was taking it already.

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