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Hey everyone, I had all 130 questions on my exam. Has anyone ended their exam with a SATA and passed? I am waiting for quick results!

Ella26, BSN, RN

Specializes in Allergy and Immunology. Has 4 years experience.

It’s been a while since I took my test. But, SATA can be above passing or below... so the type of question (SATA specifically) doesn’t necessarily determine anything... if I’m saying that correctly.

On average, most students pass on the 1st try. You can pass or fail at any number. I'm sure you did great!

On 5/22/2020 at 8:29 AM, Ella26 said:

It’s been a while since I took my test. But, SATA can be above passing or below... so the type of question (SATA specifically) doesn’t necessarily determine anything... if I’m saying that correctly.

On average, most students pass on the 1st try. You can pass or fail at any number. I'm sure you did great!

Thank you. I didn’t know that cause people be saying SATAs are above the line and if your get them back to back you got them right. Urgh the theories. So that’s why I asked 😊

Ella26, BSN, RN

Specializes in Allergy and Immunology. Has 4 years experience.

1 hour ago, Clover123 said:

Thank you. I didn’t know that cause people be saying SATAs are above the line and if your get them back to back you got them right. Urgh the theories. So that’s why I asked 😊

When I did take it, I got about 45/75 questions that were SATA. I do believe my last question was one.

But, how I tried to explain it is... the SATA questions were obviously above the passing standard, hence why I passed... if the SATAs were below the passing standard, I would have failed.

Just being asked a SATA question doesn’t tell you if it’s above or below the passing standard, if that makes sense...

Please let us know the results! Try to relax unwind and enjoy!

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1 hour ago, Ella26 said:

When I did take it, I got about 45/75 questions that were SATA. I do believe my last question was one.

But, how I tried to explain it is... the SATA questions were obviously above the passing standard, hence why I passed... if the SATAs were below the passing standard, I would have failed.

Just being asked a SATA question doesn’t tell you if it’s above or below the passing standard, if that makes sense...

Please let us know the results! Try to relax unwind and enjoy!

Yeah I understand what you’re saying and I will keep you guys posted.

Ella26, BSN, RN

Specializes in Allergy and Immunology. Has 4 years experience.

OK. Fingers crossed!

newnurse2011, ASN, LPN, RN

Has 10 years experience.

I am in Michigan and took my RN NCLEX today Sat. 6/20 at 630am.

I got all 130 questions! I don't think I passed bc I barely got any SATA questions....

I did the PVT and got the notification :

" The payment was declined. Reason: contact your credit card company or use a different credit card. " 😞

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Ella26, BSN, RN

Specializes in Allergy and Immunology. Has 4 years experience.

On 6/20/2020 at 2:41 PM, newnurse2011 said:

I am in Michigan and took my RN NCLEX today Sat. 6/20 at 630am.

I got all 130 questions! I don't think I passed bc I barely got any SATA questions....

I did the PVT and got the notification :

" The payment was declined. Reason: contact your credit card company or use a different credit card. " 😞

I don’t believe the PVT is as accurate as it once was. There’s still hope. Keep us posted.

Did you try using a different credit card?

On 6/20/2020 at 2:41 PM, newnurse2011 said:

I am in Michigan and took my RN NCLEX today Sat. 6/20 at 630am.

I got all 130 questions! I don't think I passed bc I barely got any SATA questions....

I did the PVT and got the notification :

" The payment was declined. Reason: contact your credit card company or use a different credit card. " 😞

Don't give up hope just yet. I believe I have read quite a few people on here that when going all the way to 130, the "bad pop up" turned out to be wrong for them.

newnurse2011, ASN, LPN, RN

Has 10 years experience.

Thank u so much! I hope (really hope) this turns out positive for me. I will let u know tomorrow. I decided not to pay for quick results bc I will probably find out at the same time.... ( most likely tomorrow at 4pm).

Will keep u updated 🙂

Ella26, BSN, RN

Specializes in Allergy and Immunology. Has 4 years experience.

On 6/21/2020 at 4:33 PM, newnurse2011 said:

Thank u so much! I hope (really hope) this turns out positive for me. I will let u know tomorrow. I decided not to pay for quick results bc I will probably find out at the same time.... ( most likely tomorrow at 4pm).

Will keep u updated 🙂

How did it go?

newnurse2011, ASN, LPN, RN

Has 10 years experience.

Thank u so much! I hope (really hope) this turns out positive for me. I will let u know tomorrow. I decided not to pay for quick results bc I will probably find out at the same time.... ( most likely tomorrow at 4pm).

Will keep u updated 🙂

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I did not pass 😕 will take it the end of July 🙏

Ella26, BSN, RN

Specializes in Allergy and Immunology. Has 4 years experience.

On 6/27/2020 at 8:45 AM, newnurse2011 said:

Thank u so much! I hope (really hope) this turns out positive for me. I will let u know tomorrow. I decided not to pay for quick results bc I will probably find out at the same time.... ( most likely tomorrow at 4pm).

Will keep u updated 🙂

Oh no! I’m so sorry hun! Hopefully, it will go better next time! just study your test plan.

What did you use to study? What was your regimen?

newnurse2011, ASN, LPN, RN

Has 10 years experience.

Update : I passed RN NCLEX on 1/20/21!

If you are reading this and have not passed, do not give up You Will Pass!

On 6/29/2020 at 6:42 PM, Ella26 said:

Oh no! I’m so sorry hun! Hopefully, it will go better next time! just study your test plan.

What did you use to study? What was your regimen?

Thank you Ella for your support and encouragement! You are awesome!

futureBSNtx

Specializes in BSN grad to be.

On 5/22/2020 at 8:36 AM, Ella26 said:

When I did take it, I got about 45/75 questions that were SATA. I do believe my last question was one.

But, how I tried to explain it is... the SATA questions were obviously above the passing standard, hence why I passed... if the SATAs were below the passing standard, I would have failed.

Just being asked a SATA question doesn’t tell you if it’s above or below the passing standard, if that makes sense...

Please let us know the results! Try to relax unwind and enjoy!

I took the NCLEX-RN this week and got 40/75 questions that were SATA!  According to the test plan you should only get 35% of those questions but it looks like in both of our cases that did not apply.  Have you heard of others getting that much SATA?

Ella26, BSN, RN

Specializes in Allergy and Immunology. Has 4 years experience.

On 1/21/2021 at 11:03 AM, newnurse2011 said:

Update : I passed RN NCLEX on 1/20/21!

If you are reading this and have not passed, do not give up You Will Pass!

Thank you Ella for your support and encouragement! You are awesome!

Newnurse2011,

Thank you for the update. That is wonderful news! Congratulations! 
What’s next for you?

 

Ella26, BSN, RN

Specializes in Allergy and Immunology. Has 4 years experience.

On 1/21/2021 at 11:13 AM, futureBSNtx said:

I took the NCLEX-RN this week and got 40/75 questions that were SATA!  According to the test plan you should only get 35% of those questions but it looks like in both of our cases that did not apply.  Have you heard of others getting that much SATA?

How did you do? 
I have not heard of anyone else getting that much SATA. It was definitely nerve racking!