I just found out about an hour ago that I passed Nclex-RN!!!! I'm so happy. For a second there I thought I wasn't gonna make it. Just want to give some advice to the future nclex takers:1- I freaked out when I realized my exam didn't shut off at 75 questions. Walk in there prepared to take as much questions as you think your brain will allow, even if it means telling yourself, "I'm prepared to take 265 questions if I have to." My test didn't shut off til 213 questions!!! I was freaking out the whole time. 2- Take the break the computer suggests you take. I used the break to pray and gather my thoughts and encourage myself to take this exam and not let it take me.3- Do not get hung up on how many questions you had. Like many others said here, the # of questions you had is completely irrevelant. You can pass or fail at any number. Do not think that just because your computer didn't shut off at 75 it must mean that you were borderline or not doing well. The computer won't shut off until you're getting 50% wrong in the passing range. This takes longer for some people to achieve because the computer gives you easy and hard questions.4- Know your broad based knowledge. I felt it was either you knew it or not and don't forget your fundamentals like the importance of infection control. I got a lot of that. 5- If you can take it the same day as a close friend, you should. I don't think I would've made it through the day if I didn't have my best friend there to vent with after the exam. Don't worry if she/he gets up and is finished before you. You're both taking entirely different exams. Hers might've been easier for her to achieve that 50% in the passing range, who knows?Clear your mind, get rest, eat a good breakfast, say your prayers if you have faith, and surround yourself with positivity! Good Luck to all of you!