I've just started nursing school, and although I feel I know the material backwards and forwards, I'm really struggling.My program is very tough- our grades are compiled as follows;Exam 1 12% of gradeExam 2 12% of gradeExam 3 12% of gradeExam 4 12% of gradeExam 5 12% of gradeFina Exam 30% of gradeOther Assignments 10% of gradeIn this program, a 75% is considered passing, and each exam consists of 45 multiple choice NCLEX questions and 5 NCLEX select all that apply.I'm studying very hard- I KNOW the material, and I can answer questions logically in class without a problem.However, the NCLEX questions are KILLING me. I feel the questions are poorly worded and confusing, and have a very hard time with them.On the first exam, I got a 72%, 3 points shy of passing. Over half the class failed that exam, with a 75.51 or some decimal being the class average. On the second Exam, I got a 66% and the class average was a 77%.I'm at a loss. I've studied material, read learning objectives, done practice NCLEX questions, everything- I'm just struggling very badly with the NCLEX format. I find myself getting very frustrated when two answers are right but one is 'more' right.Can anyone give me some advice on how to deal with this/ prepare for these NCLEX questions?I'm afraid I won't be able to pass nursing school, not for lack of trying, but just because I am unable to adapt to the NCLEX format. Any suggestions?