NCLEX today done at 75

  1. I wanted to scream into the computer "WAIT! I can do better!" I know I got the last two right but that is all I remember. Everyone keeps calling me wanting to know how I did and I just don't want to say a thing until I get those results. Hopefully tomorrow I'll know for sure. The waiting is driving me crazy!

    The test is so crazy. I don't think I did terrible but I don't think I did great either.

    trying to wait patiently,
    Cathie
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  2. 6 Comments

  3. by   kirsnikity
    I also took nclex today and the computer shut off at 75. Try to relax...usually turning off at 75 is a good thing, or at least that's what everyone keeps telling me.

    **Fingers crossed for both us**

    :spin:

    Nikki
  4. by   KellNY
    Mine shut off at 75, and I'm about to celebrate my one year anniversary at my current hospital. Employed as an RN, of course.

    75 is great, unless it's terrible. Make sense? You either did very well, or totally bombed. I've never seen anyone's cut off that early who failed.

    Congrats!
  5. by   rafRN
    Quote from scrappertmc
    I wanted to scream into the computer "WAIT! I can do better!" I know I got the last two right but that is all I remember. Everyone keeps calling me wanting to know how I did and I just don't want to say a thing until I get those results. Hopefully tomorrow I'll know for sure. The waiting is driving me crazy!

    The test is so crazy. I don't think I did terrible but I don't think I did great either.

    trying to wait patiently,
    Cathie
    GOODLUCK!!!!!just remember that almost a lot passed at 75.U'll be fine...Goodluck on ur result....
  6. by   scrappertmc
    I know it takes at least 24 hours for the quick results but I was still up at 3am checking! At least I'm work today (I clerk in the ICU) so hopefully I'll be busy. I just want the waiting to end and put me out of my misery.
    Thanks for all the encouragement I'll post as soon as I know.

    Cathie
  7. by   Leilah75_RN
    goodluck guys
  8. by   EricJRN
    Most people pass - ~85% of first-time, US-educated testers - end of story. The number of questions does not predict whether you passed or failed.

    Best of luck to you, Cathie. Let us know when you find out.

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