Ok, this might appear to bea "strange" question.
When I took my NCLEX - all I had was questions, options and a timer in the upper-right corner.
My questions were NOT numbered.
Neither did they tell me how many questions I had remaining.
So I really had no idea how many questions I had answered. During the test I was so nervous that I didn't bother about it - initially. When I hit the 1 hour mark, I stopped and actually thought - "Whoa! Wait a minute! How many questions did I actually answer??!!"
I spoke to a few classmates once I found my results and they told me that I was mistaken - their NCLEX exams had question numbers on them.
So answer the question: Did your NCLEX exam have question numbers? Or any indicator as to how many questions you had answered? Or how many were remaining?
Sep 3, '06
Ditto for me... The numbers were down at the right bottom corner of the screen. I was so nervous that I did not pay much attention to the numbers. However, I did get more-so nervous once I realized I had answered over 75 questions, dreading the moment I would be shut off. I got shut off several minutes after #83...possibly at 90-100. I about had heart failure at shut down, thinking NO NO its too early to shut me down! You have no idea how relieved I was when I learned that I passed!
Last edit by don_rhonda on Sep 5, '06