Took the NCLEX got 85 ?
- 0Jun 9, '12 by jojo1985I took The NCLEX test yesterday and got the min 85 questions. I left and called one of my instructors and she assured me I did fine. But as I was thinking about it I started to stress more and more. They didn't ask me one dosaging question which made me think I didn't pass. I had alot of prioratizing questions. I don't know if I should stress or if I should be happy about getting the min. How many people who get the min pass?
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- 1Jun 9, '12 by lalexa15I took the NCLEX last Friday, got 85 questions, no math, a ton of prioritizing, 50% SATA and I PASSED!!
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- 0Jun 10, '12 by PurpleVioletI have been an LPN for 11 years but when I took mine it shut off at 80 and I had a good feeling I passed.My instructor at the time told me-when it shuts off at a lower number you either got enough percentage right that you passed and did not need to go on or you failed horribly.Most likely you passed!! My best friend took hers 3 times before she finally passed.She got into the almost 200s when she failed.The last time it shut off at 90 and she passed.Best wishes!
- 0Jun 14, '12 by rayshettabrownThe instructor I had put out his own nclex-lpn book: nclex review made simple---thousand points of light by Paul Addae...he was my review instructor and had 5 of us in class and we all passed the 1st time. He had a total of 100 students but at least 4-5 of us at a time...may help,good book and to the point of what to expect on the boards...
- 1Jun 14, '12 by CT PixieOk, first everyone taking the NCLEX for the first time has a better chance of passing than not (85% chance of passing I believe the stats are). That being said, having the computer shut off at the minimum amount of questions signifies one of two things, you did so well answering the min amount of questions the computer has no doubt of your ability to practice OR you did so poorly the computer assessed there was no need to continue as you have not met the minimum requirement to practice safely. Let me also add the TYPE of questions you get is NOT an indicator of your passing or failing, one type does not indicate higher leel questions over another, nor is the NUMBER of a certain type of question and indicatior of passing or failing.
Now, if you have an 85% chance of passing..what do you think your outcome is
BTW, I took the NCLEX-PN and got the minimum amount of questions-->I passed. As did the 9 other students I took classes with who got the minumum.