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by caffianatedstudier97 caffianatedstudier97 (New Member) New Member

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Hello All! 

I just had a quick question regarding VATI and the final predictor. The first predictor at the end of nursing school I took I got a 91% chance of passing NCLEX, which I was honestly very surprised about because I found the exam very challenging. However, I am almost done with VATI ( I have peds, mental health and leadership left) and so far my scores on the modules have ranged from 65% to 66.7%. I know that this is considered passing the module, however, I know that in order to get the "green light" you need like a 70% on the final predictor. What were your past experiences with VATI and the predictor? Was your predictor score generally higher or lower than your module scores? I'm freaking out, any comments would be appreciated! 

 

 

 

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Nursing2019BSN has 1 years experience as a BSN, RN.

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My school used ATI as well, though I don't think I ever completed these modules you're talking about. In nursing school, they had us take the ATI NCLEX predictor exam twice. My first time, I got a 93% of passing, and my second I got a 96% of passing. 

I passed the actual NCLEX last week in 75 questions! 

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medic 2 RN is a ADN, RN, EMT-P and specializes in Emergency.

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My predictor scores were higher than the module scores. My final predictor had me at a 98% pass prediction for NCLEX, the first one was 94 or 95%. I passed NCLEX at 75 questions. I feel that ATI was more challenging than NCLEX. 

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