So I took the NCLEX today in Boston, it couldn't have been any worse. My fiance and I got lost getting to the place and subsequently got into a fight in which I got out of the car to walk, and had to ask people on the streets to help me, mind you it was bitterly cold out there. So then I found it, yeah!! Maybe I was a little cocky going in, I took an NCLEX predictor which stated that I had a 96% liklihood of passing the boards and all the books I studied from made me feel like I was almost always able to pick the right one. Anyhow I got in there and was side swiped, I don't know where some of these questions came from. I reached 75 and expected it to shut off, then I hit 100, then 125 and got all the way up to about 165 and then it shut off. I felt and still feel so sick to my stomach. If I think about it too much I might cry. I don't know what I'll do if I fail. I NEED to start working and MA is a state that requires licensure to work. Anybody have a similar experience or words of encouragement?