RN Nclex Exam computer shut-off between 90-100 questions has anyone ever failed with that

  1. I took my exam today and I had anywhere from 90-100 questions. I took Kaplan as a refresher, and I walked out of their like everyone else 🤦🏽*♀️ . I just wanted to know has anyone ever passed within this range I'm going crazy over here
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  2. Poll: The 90-100 RN NCLEX CHALLENGE

    • Passing

      50.00% 2
    • Failing

      50.00% 2
    4 Votes / Multiple Choice
  3. 9 Comments

  4. by   203bravo
    Candidates have both passed and failed in that range.
  5. by   BrandyRobinson
    I just got my results from quick results and not good news feeling so devastated
  6. by   Nightmaren
    Do not lose hope, friend. A classmate of mine failed in 75 questions -- they were so sure that they passed but the results suggested the opposite -- that they had misunderstood most of the questions on the test.

    Failing in 90-100 questions tells me that you were close. The computer wasn't sure to fail you or pass you at the 75 question mark and kept giving you questions for a little while longer. You know your stuff, but you likely need to polish your understanding a little bit further.
  7. by   BrandyRobinson
    Thx soooo much I really needed those words of comfort . Taking this exam and failing is like failing at life. But, just spoke with Kaplan and they set me up for another session . I'm praying next time I get this ; and get my results back so I know what my weakness were . It's not what you know it is how you are trained to take this exam. We are all Nurses just need 😷🤕 the critical thinking 💭 🙏🙏 GB ALL NURSES 🤛🤛
  8. by   Joel001
    Sorry to hear. You are using an amazing program. Make sure you do all the trainers on kaplan and you are doing the Qbank in between trainers. After failing the NCLEX-RN in August I was devastated and felt like a big failure. I got my head up, changed my strategy from (uworld to kaplan), and made sure I understood what the questions was really asking me, and I read every rationale. What worked for me might not work for you but you have to find what makes you more comfortable when studying for the NCLEX-RN
    My grades on kaplan were around 50-60's. Predictor 61%. Don't focus on your grades. Focus on understanding how to answer the question. I passed last week. Just 45 days after failing the first time. Study and you too will be an RN soon. Cheers.
  9. by   missmollie
    Quote from BrandyRobinson
    Thx soooo much I really needed those words of comfort . Taking this exam and failing is like failing at life. But, just spoke with Kaplan and they set me up for another session . I'm praying next time I get this ; and get my results back so I know what my weakness were . It's not what you know it is how you are trained to take this exam. We are all Nurses just need the critical thinking GB ALL NURSES
    The only failing at life is dying, or letting your patient die. It's a test, and you'll do better next time.
  10. by   nadu13
    Hey sorry to hear about you not passing but you got this ... this was my fourth time taking the NCLEX and I used UWorld and Hurst ... I PASS ... if anything, I would recommend using Uworld.
  11. by   apryl0807
    Quote from BrandyRobinson
    I just got my results from quick results and not good news feeling so devastated
    Hey, Im sorry to hear that.. but dont let it stop you from reaching your goal. Sometimes you just have to find the right tool that works for you when reviewing. I used uworld and NCSBN for questions and rationales. If I do not grasp something or need something to stick I watch the videos from the spiderman summit review thing that is on youtube. I wish you best of luck!!
  12. by   boywithacoin
    Quote from missmollie
    The only failing at life is dying
    What? Dying is literally part of the life cycle, it is not a failure.


    OP, good luck with your next attempt!

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