Took the NCLEX today...and balled my eyes out. - page 2

i took my exam today. I honestly feel like i failed. the computer shut off at 75 questions and i could tell you of only 4 questions that i knew for sure. I had atleast 10-15 SATA. I made stupid mistake and got easy questions... Read More

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    You passed. Congrats!
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    Quote from MeghanHeartsWVU
    Hey hun! I'm horrible at SATA, but I took my boards today, got 21 SATA, and I got that popup, too. Getting SATA means that you are getting higher level questions. That pop up, my friend, means you passed! There is multiple forums dedicated to the PVT (pearson vue trick). Everyone who gets the popup has passed. Stop stressing, and celebrate =)
    Make sure you let me know if you passed!!! i'm getting really ansy. and nervous! keep me posted!
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    I am in th same boat! I took mine yesterday too. Got so many SATA, bizarre pharm questions (I'd never heard of the meds ever!) if I had to guess I would say I failed but my pop up is good (all eight million times I've done it&#128513 and I'm hoping that all the other threads are true and it is accurate. So I'm hoping the quick results 48 hr work in Sunday do that 8 am tomorrow I can know for sure. Good luck and let us all know tomorrow
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    And just so you know... it's "bawled", not "balled". The latter means something completely different.

    I took NCLEX a couple of years ago. The vast majority of questions were about prioritization and delegation. Two questions about a drug I'd never heard of and a couple of "list these in the order in which you do them". 75 questions, then the dreaded blue screen that told me I was done. I was horrified. I knew I failed, because I was sure I got the last question wrong. I wanted desperately to have more questions, just to prove I could do better.

    I passed. I made the phone call to whomever it was I was supposed to make the call to, got the "Congratulations" response, and received my license a couple of weeks later.

    The point I'm trying to make is that it doesn't really make any sense to worry about it now. The test is over, you likely did well enough to pass, and since there isn't anything you can do about it now anyway, you might as well relax and enjoy the fact that this exam is behind you. You successfully graduated nursing school; that is a huge accomplisment. But I know what you're going through. I truly hope for the best for you. Congratulations!
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    This may be a dumb/newbie question, but what does SATA stand for?
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    Quote from Scarlettz
    This may be a dumb/newbie question, but what does SATA stand for?
    Select All That Apply
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    Haha thank you! Oh, they are my worst!
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    I will! In WV we don't have the option to get our results early, but since we took it Friday, I'm hoping that it will be up on the board's website by Monday or Tuesday. Best of luck and think positive. =)
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    "and just so you know... it's "bawled", not "balled". the latter means something completely different."

    oh, i dunno. maybe that's how she coped after she went home. always worked for me.
    donsterRN and PacoUSA like this.

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