Published Mar 7, 2014
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77 questions total. I did the PRT and I got the pop up. I'm not sure when I will get the results, I'm in California and it took forever for me to get my ATT. I hope I really did pass.
4 SATA now that's GREAT! Congrats
Congrats. Did you find the NCLEX questions to be short like (one sentence ) ATI questions or long paragraphs like Kaplan?
4 SATA??!! Oh boy, I'm jealous!! I'm hoping that's the case for me tomorrow!!
Most of the questions were short like ATI. Some of the questions included information that had nothing to do with the answer. I didn't use Kaplan so I'm not sure about their question format (I didn't have the funds for it)
What did you use to study that you think helped you the most?
When I took the NCLEX on January 31st, I felt like I was on Kaplan's Qbank. Everything looked the same to me. From the way they were worded to the way the screen looked. I had did a lot of different types of questions from Lippincott, Saunders, ATI, Kaplan, etc. I think Kaplan is most like the nclex.
Passed with 90 question on first attempt.
'Toyosee' if you got the good pop-up, more than likely you passed. Congrats!
Congrats!!! It must be an awesome feeling. I have mine scheduled for the 25th of this month. I am freaking out, its my 2nd time around I took it in September of 2013 and it stopped at 85 Q which means I did pretty bad. The 1st time I only studied for 3 weeks. This time around I took 3 months to prepare myself. I got the Kaplan Qbank which I did 100% with a 64% average. Now I've been working on the question trainers. My scores are 1) 63% 2) 65% 3) 64% 4) 66%. I did the readiness and got a 74%. But I am really worried about the meds I don't feel comfortable with them and I just cannot memorize any more info. So overwhelmed and anxious about the NCLEX. Any suggestions would really be appreciated :)
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