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Hi! I took my NCLEX yesterday 7/2 in the afternoon. The computer shut off at 75 questions. I walked out of the test feeling super defeated like I didn't know majority of the questions. I kept getting a ton of SATA, a few delegation, a lot of teaching/staff education/the client understood the nurse's teaching if they state "...", and a few priority questions. I just don't know if those are considered passing level or not. I'm absolutely terrified I didn't pass. Just wondering if anyone had similar experiences and had a good outcome. Thank you for your help!

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NICU Guy has 4 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in NICU.

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Just search for "Stopped at 75 questions" and you will get a ton of threads from "A" students who honestly think that they bombed NCLEX so badly that the computer refused to give them more questions.

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I think this is good for RN bad for PN.... 75 questions could go either way though. We're all your question gettinf hard?

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18 minutes ago, Kb513 said:

I think this is good for RN bad for PN.... 75 questions could go either way though. We're all your question gettinf hard?

They were difficult questions for sure

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I think you did well. Look on youtube... there is a video where it is all explained. Nclex start off with easy questions and get hard if you're doing good. If you keep getting hard questions correct he questions continue to be hard... so it sounds like you did well. Are you nervous to do the pearson view check? 

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Hello

have you received your result. I did my exams on that same day but still waiting. 

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I just took my NCLEX 7/3/19 at 8am in CA.  Mine stopped at 75 too...On U world I took the two diagnostic tests and both said I had a very high chance of passing, however after today's exam, I do not feel confident....hoping the 4th of July doesn't delay my results...I did the PVT test thing and got the "good pop up"....but kinda skeptical about if that works or not.  Definitely waiting for the results is worse than taking those final HESI exams in nursing school ...

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5 hours ago, NurseeDeeva said:

Hello

have you received your result. I did my exams on that same day but still waiting. 

I haven't received them yet. My roommate took hers at 8am the same day and checked at 6am and nothing. Then she checked again at 9am and they were there and she passed! This 48 hours is killing me

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8 hours ago, Kb513 said:

I think you did well. Look on youtube... there is a video where it is all explained. Nclex start off with easy questions and get hard if you're doing good. If you keep getting hard questions correct he questions continue to be hard... so it sounds like you did well. Are you nervous to do the pearson view check? 

Yeah I'm too nervous

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Maybe you should get your friend to check for you.

I'm going to pray for you... Although I feel like you passed.

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I just got my results and I passed!! Thank you all for your prayers and words of encouragement!

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Awww  Congrats And well done 

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