Hi Everyone,I feel so lost and scared, please help me. I am embarrassed to tell the facility that offered me the job, my family, and friends that I failed. I took my NCELX- RN today and got the "bad" pop up. I graduated from nursing school this past May, 2011 and had a New Grad position lined up in April at the facility where I did my preceptorship.I drove to an adjacent state to take my NCLEX, as soon as I could (which was 4 weeks after I graduated), used the last of our savings money to make this trip happen.I took the Hurst Review, used ATI, and studied using Saunders CD-Rom. I shut down my facebook account and dedicated my time to studying for the NCLEX. The first time I took the ATI predictor, it said I had a 65% chance of passing. The second time I took the ATI predictor, it said I had a 91% chance of passing. I took all of the Hurst QReview questions and was averaging around 63%. I wrote down rationales and reviewed and tried to learn what I did not already know. But obviously, I did something wrong.I took 5 hours and 45 minutes and got to 265 questions. By the time I was done, I was drained, exhaused, and mortified. I just couldn't focus anymore. I have read on the NCSBN that 91% of NCLEX-RN takers pass their first time ad only around 50% pass the second time around. This just kills me inside. I am so afraid of never getting my RN or having to take it 10x!! My questions are:1. How could I have failed?2. How can I pass next time, and beat the statistics against me?3. How am I going to tell my "employer" that I didn't pass? I am supposed to meet with the HR person on Monday morning at 9am to discuss scheduling, etc. This has been the worst day ever. Please help give me some direction. I have no plan of what to do next.Thank you so much.