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ATI RN Comprehensive Predictor

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by pipersjo pipersjo (Member)

pipersjo has 6+ years experience and works as a RN.

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Does anyone know how accurate these predictions are? Supposedly, if you get over a 70% on this test, you have a 99% chance of passing the NCLEX-RN. Any opinions on this?

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lna2rn works as a LNA @ St.Joe's.

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I have spoken to the reps a few times. They suggest that you focus your studying on topics that you score

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deleern has 9 years experience and works as a Psych nursing.

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I will be taking my "Comprehensive Predictor" Tuesday, I will share my opinon then... I have been using the NCSBN. It was a third of the price. Our school just started using it this year and it was a fiasco. I can't say any of the students had much to say about it. What was taught and ATI didn't really matchup .... Hope it is better next year.

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pipersjo has 6+ years experience and works as a RN.

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Thanks for the replies. I am just so leary of anything that is not the NCLEX, telling me how I will do on the NCLEX.

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deleern has 9 years experience and works as a Psych nursing.

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Took the Predictor on Tuesday I Scored a 70.69% According to the information it says i have a 99% Chance of passing the NCLEX... There was a lot of stuff that was not covered.

this at least gives us som structure as to WHERE to study.

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I scored a 73 on the ATI and out of the 3 exit exams that we had to take to graduate (Hesi, ATI, and NLN) It was the hardest! My test covered alot of material, but it seemed like there was a lot of Ob/women's health. I hope it predicts right.

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lindy777 works as a Graduate Nurse.

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I scored 76.7 on the ATI Comprehensive. Like you, I would feel better if I heard from someone who did well on the ATI Comps and passed the NCLEX first try. How do they know that you will go on to pass, or is it just advertising.

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medchick has 3 years experience and works as a registered nurse.

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I got an 85 on the ATI comprehensive predictor and passed the NCLEX with 75 questions. Hope that helps you lindy. I know a couple people in our class who failed the CP and also failed NCLEX.

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I got around an 80% on the ATI comp and passed the NCLEX-PN with 85 questions (the minimum for PN.) According to my teacher anything above a 65 or so is a good indicator.

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Luvelyone works as a I work for a local hospital.

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i had taken the ati comprehensive pn predictor and scored a 72.2% and it stated i had a 97% chance of passing the nclex. i did pass it the first time i took it. and many of the question on the nclex were similar to questions on the ati predictor.

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I am scheduled to take the NCLEX RN June 19...what is the ATI predictor? how can I do it??? We had exams we had to take at the end of our core nursing classes, they were the ERI. But they did not give us a percentage score. Is the ATI something you all did in school???

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sam027000 has 1 years experience.

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My school is so pro-ATI that they are considering making passing the ATI part of the requirements for graduation.

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