I took the NLCEX RN on June 13th and passed with 75 questions. I just wanted to let you all know that if I can do it, you can. I developed test anxiety during my nursing program and got mostly C's as a result (I am sure you all know about the awesome grading scale, my 84% was a C). I almost failed my last semester of nursing school because it got so bad I started having physical symptoms during exams. I actually threw up after one of my tests. I got on medication, which I really didn't want to do but it helped me a lot. I decided I wasn't going to go overboard studying for NCLEX. I took two weeks off after graduation then I took the Kaplan review course. I did 100 questions a day from the Kaplan test bank and was only scoring in the 50's. I did my best to stay calm before the exam. I went into the exam so nervous but I sat in my chair and talked myself down before I started the test. I ended up with over 20 SATA, 2 drag and drop and 3 math. During the exam I felt like most of the questions were pretty easy but when it shut off at 75 I didn't feel like I got enough right. The next day I saw my license number online. So please everyone, have faith in yourself! You can do it!