So I took NCLEX Aug 29 after using ATI and failed with 265 in a couple of hours, it says on the report that I just failed basically. I took it again today on little sleep and am sick. I prepared hard with Hurst and other Q/A banks and rationales. My Hurst Q Review scores were pretty good and I feel like I learned so much more. Anyway I got a lot of multiple choice but they were mostly priority. I got about 10-15 SATA and at one point got three in a row before it went to an exhibit question. I feel I was all over the place but KNOW I got some off the wall questions right and some seemed easier than others. Kaplan says they want you to get 50/50. Well it stopped about 85-100 questions this time and I took about an hour or so to do it, for me I did take my time and was aware of what they were asking, slowing down and reading all the questions and answers etc. I am on the fence of if I passed and am leaning more to that I did because of all the priority (Bolded words of Most, First, Priority) and also because I can not see after barely failing the first time, studying as hard as I did and "getting it" that I could have failed in waaaay less amount of questions! Also I know you can't gage it on how many questions but I think the second time around you should be able to read some sense into this.