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ATI & NCLEX-RN

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Hi, everyone. I graduated nursing school at the end of December and I have been using ATI for NCLEX prep. Throughout my program, my school has utilized ATI. I have been scoring around 60%-80% on quizzes and my comprehensive predictor was 90%. I was wondering how ATI compares to NCLEX in terms of difficulty.

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Damion Jenkins is a MSN, RN and specializes in NCLEX Prep Expert - 100% Pass Rate.

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Hi NurseRedHeart-RN!

As an NCLEX Prep Expert - I can assure you that ATI is a valuable resource for NCLEX Prep. With that being said, it is still essential that you focus on test-taking strategy in addition to content review. 

The NCLEX assumes that you've mastered the nursing content learned in school and will challenge you to answer integrated concept questions that may include obstetrics, medical-surgical nursing, as well as delegation and scope of practice all in the same question. 

Therefore it is essential that you prepare best by knowing the content as well as practicing answering NCLEX test-questions with a systematic approach. 

Good luck!

-Damion 

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SqrB3ar is a BSN, RN and specializes in Burn ICU.

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How'd you do? Did you feel ATI prepared you well? 🙂 

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