Lpn Nclex....highest # And Pass????

  1. does someone know the highest # of questions took and still passed the lpn nclex???? example 185-195?????? thanks for any answers
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  3. by   Tweety
    People pass the LPN NCLEX with any number of questions from the minimum to the maximum. The # is questions is not an indication of pass/fail.
  4. by   kelly2006
    I know of 5 people from my nursing class alone (including myself) that passed with the minimum number of questions....I also had a friend that passed with the maximum number!
  5. by   Nursing28
    the numbers won't tell you if you pass/failed. it is how you perform. You have to met 95% above the level of difficulty..........wishing you the best.
  6. by   rags
    I do know that as long as you are gettin guestions you are still in the game. Have you tested and are waiting hear how you did or are you just anxious and wanting as much info as you can get to calm your nerves:imbar? Either way... GOOD LUCK TO YOU!
  7. by   TheCommuter
    The NCLEX-PN (a.k.a. the 'LPN' NCLEX) ranges from a minimum of 85 questions to a maximum of 205 questions. People have passed after answering the maximum of 205 questions.
  8. by   ksnurseling
    I passed my boards Aug. 17th of this year. Several of my classmates passed the test at 85 questions. So here is my story. I was nervous and I don't normally get nervous. The girl in the cubby next to me was bawling the whole time! Needless to say I was about to go insane. I felt like I didn't know anything. Knowing that my friend's tests shut off at 85, I took forever to answer 84. My hands were shaking as I pushed the enter button. Low and behold, the @#*% thing shut off! Long story short I was neurotic for two days until I got the results. I think my family was close to committing me. My advice would be to call your Dr. for a xanax (just kidding!) Don't stress over the number of questions it will only make the experience worse. Best of luck!

    Katie
  9. by   RNKay31
    Wishing you all the best on your exam.

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