Took the rn test today

  1. So sacred to chk the trick but if I got the bad pop out can't face that this was my 4th try ok'd what to do.
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  3. by   Nurse Neddie
    Breathe and relax, you've already taken the exam.... And you can't go back and change and answer!!!!! So do the Pearson Vue trick
  4. by   positivevibes
    Do the PVT trick! I hope you passed!
  5. by   Miniangel2
    That happened to me too!!like a chicken to check the PVT knowing that i really failed, but i picked up myself to study again and test.

    'wait until you ready to check, rest and relax you do your best and wishing you that you PASS!
  6. by   raj89
    Harpreet do u try pvt trick? My best wishes are with u..good luck u will be rn soon
  7. by   Nurse Neddie
    Quote from harpreetk
    So sacred to chk the trick but if I got the bad pop out can't face that this was my 4th try ok'd what to do.
    So you still haven't tried it.... Watch a movie and go to sleep...
  8. by   harpreetk
    Not yet guys cuz I kno I failed it 100% sure cuz I had only 5 sata and alot of infection control and alot of who u see first and alot of random meds. 1 put in order, 1 exhibit. No calculation andmy test stop it at 75.
  9. by   ArlyneIvette
    You should do it tonight. So that just in case you didn't pass, you could sleep on it, vent, get it out of your system and start fresh tomorrow. Good luck!!
  10. by   BSNbeDONE
    Quote from harpreetk
    Not yet guys cuz I kno I failed it 100% sure cuz I had only 5 sata and alot of infection control and alot of who u see first and alot of random meds. 1 put in order, 1 exhibit. No calculation andmy test stop it at 75.
    My NCLEX was similar to yours except I had only one calculation and no exhibit. I had 75 questions. It took me an hour from exam start time until I was back on the interstate heading home. Oh yeah, did I mention that I passed? So, don't count yourself out! I felt the ease of my exam meant a guaranteed failure. But instead, it meant that I was favored in the eyes of tha Almighty! Good luck!
  11. by   harpreetk
    Lyndaa how many sata do had ? That's worrying me cuz they said the more u have the more chance of passing ?
  12. by   BSNbeDONE
    Not many at all! The majority of my exam was prioritization. At the time, I had no idea of the "going thing" about the SATA. But if I had to guess, I would have to say that it was under 10. I had a few med questions that I swore the NCLEX created just for me because in my years as an LPN working med/surg, I had NEVER heard of those drugs until I took the NCLEX RN. There are different versions of the exam. My friends had some EKG interpretations and many fill in the blanks. My only fill in the blank was with my only math calculation. Thank God I had no EKG strips! There are just far too many nursing/ medical questions in the world that could be asked.

    Personally, I would disregard what everybody has to say about the number of SATA or any other thing as far as that goes. And honestly, even though it was just 3 years ago that I took the NCLEX, I didn't have a clue what SATA stood for until AFTER my exam because I always saw the words written out and it was most times as CHOOSE all that applies, so I never made the connection.
    Last edit by BSNbeDONE on May 1, '13

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