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Anyone pass nclex with 265 questions?

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I am truly freaking out and about to have a nervous breakdown any minute. I was able to answer all 265 in 4 hours and of coarse one of my friends went along and stopped at 75. I was the last one to leave and it was all I could do to not cry. I passed my Hesi with a 950 and I practiced over 3,000 questions from Mosby, so what went wrong? I forgot alot about infection control, like with chix pox and who do you discharge first in the event of disaster? What a mess! I don't want to lose my internship I'm in that will really be hard to do.

Surgeryrn:uhoh21: :rotfl: :angryfire

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Don't worry about not passing...I just started at UTMB and a wonderful graduate nurse I know got all 265 questions of the NCLEX. She's now an RN. The more questions you get, the better a chance you have to pass. My test stopped at 75 questions and I was flipping out. I thought I'd failed but then I remembered that my questions seemed really hard. As I've been telling others, you graduated from nursing school so you must know something about nursing. Hope it all goes well!:balloons:

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Don't worry about not passing...I just started at UTMB and a wonderful graduate nurse I know got all 265 questions of the NCLEX. She's now an RN. The more questions you get, the better a chance you have to pass. My test stopped at 75 questions and I was flipping out. I thought I'd failed but then I remembered that my questions seemed really hard. As I've been telling others, you graduated from nursing school so you must know something about nursing. Hope it all goes well!:balloons:
I did pass after all the stress and another girl in my internship had 265 2 days later and passed. I guess we don't think about that feeling after the test and so far everyone no matter the amount has been doubting their abiluties.

Thanks:rotfl:

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congratulations .. !! :hatparty:

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I am happy for you. Congratulations, now enjoy the fruits of your labor!!! :) :hatparty: :balloons:

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My friend took the test two weeks ago. She got all 265 questions, it took her 4hr55min and she passed. Best of luck to you!!!

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I am truly freaking out and about to have a nervous breakdown any minute. I was able to answer all 265 in 4 hours and of coarse one of my friends went along and stopped at 75. I was the last one to leave and it was all I could do to not cry. I passed my Hesi with a 950 and I practiced over 3,000 questions from Mosby, so what went wrong? I forgot alot about infection control, like with chix pox and who do you discharge first in the event of disaster? What a mess! I don't want to lose my internship I'm in that will really be hard to do.

Surgeryrn:uhoh21: :rotfl: :angryfire

I can relate to u surgeryrn. I just completed my RN test today and recieved all 265 questions and i am totally freeking out. I have a job lined up that im training for, family, friends and co-workers all cheering me on and all i can think about is how i will let them all down including myself if i fail. I know i have the knowledge to be and RN and i just want to start my career, work hard and start a family. I feel like this isn't too much to ask for. . .yet it seems out of reach yet. I hope and pray we both pass. Good luck!!!

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I have taken the NCLEX 3 times now. The first time and second time I got 265 questions and failed. I just took it the 3rd time and again got 265 questions. I am waiting for the results. Nerve Racking.

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