1. I took the NCLEX RN exam back in July and failed with 108 questions. I just retook it again today and got 106 questions. I am freaking out..don't know if that is good or bad. Scary b/c I got very close to the same number of questions I had the first time when I didn't pass.
    The first like 30 questions where more of the basic stuff with some priority. Then from then on I had basically priority.
    I had:
    (1) alternate question
    (1-3) med questions
    Good bit of infection control/safety
    TON of teaching (How do you know teaching effective? How know teaching correct?)
    Also, lot of "What is your priority?" "What would you do next?" " What is best or most appropriate?"

    I know you can't go by how many questions you got. My friend took a class and they said most test takers average 102 questions

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  3. by   RNKay31
    It is not therapeutic to give false assurance, If you know you have studied well, sit back, relax and do something for yourself, wishing you the very best.
  4. by   PACU queen
    Thanks for the encouragement. Will keep posted
  5. by   RNKay31
    Quote from PACU queen
    Thanks for the encouragement. Will keep posted
    You welcome, the number of questions means nothing, all the best.
  6. by   DolphinRN84
    Best of luck on your results. 87% pass the first statistically odds are in your favor. Good luck!!