NCLEX June 2018 - page 10

Hey all! First off, congrats to everyone who graduated this year (and those who graduated in any previous year)!!! My day was May 11th, and it still feels so surreal. Also unreal. Probably because... Read More

  1. by   andrea3434
    I took mine today. My stopped at 101, I had 25 select all that apply, no ecg and only a couple of med questions. No dosing calc or delegation which surprised me. Got the good pop up about 3 hours after I finished.

    Good luck everyone!
  2. by   andrea3434
    Hey, you might want to edit. We aren't supposed to ask for copyrighted information and the mods have been deleting these types of posts.
  3. by   mammori
    Hello

    So I took the NCLEX today for the second time. Both times got 265. I couldnt believe I got 265 again today. I was bummed after! BUT
    I got the good pop up and I also got an email from LARA of my nursing lic.... But I do NOT believe I actually passed.
    And I am so shocked I already got my nursing license that fast!! It hasnt even been 24 hours!
    Am I crazy that I am still waiting a pass from Pearson even though I got my nursing license.
    Good luck to everyone taking it!
  4. by   maryj100
    Quote from Soni245
    I did saunders,hurst review. I listened to mark klemiks audio three times before taking my third exam. I had a lot of sata questions on my third attempt. I really need a partner to study with this time around.
    Try UWORLD is the best material I have ever used for NCLEXRN.. you will see the different, they have wonderful rationales... Good luck
  5. by   maryj100
    Quote from mammori
    Hello

    So I took the NCLEX today for the second time. Both times got 265. I couldnt believe I got 265 again today. I was bummed after! BUT
    I got the good pop up and I also got an email from LARA of my nursing lic.... But I do NOT believe I actually passed.
    And I am so shocked I already got my nursing license that fast!! It hasnt even been 24 hours!
    Am I crazy that I am still waiting a pass from Pearson even though I got my nursing license.
    Good luck to everyone taking it!
    that is good news... congratulations
  6. by   dkb30
    so we are supposed to bring an ID that has a "recent" photo on it mine is like five and a half years old and i am kinda nervous that they wont accept it. should I worry about this or no? Thanks everyone!!
  7. by   maryj100
    Quote from dkb30
    so we are supposed to bring an ID that has a "recent" photo on it mine is like five and a half years old and i am kinda nervous that they wont accept it. should I worry about this or no? Thanks everyone!!
    check this web:
    Acceptable ID | NCSBN

    All forms of identification must be valid and meet the following requirements. If the ID does not meet these requirements, you will be turned away and required to reregister and pay another examination fee:
    government-issued
    non-expired
    name (in Roman characters)
    recent photograph
    signature
    Examples of acceptable forms of identification for domestic test centers are:
    passport books and cards
    driver's license
    provincial/territorial or state identification card
    permanent residence card
    military identification card
  8. by   maryj100
    Quote from dkb30
    so we are supposed to bring an ID that has a "recent" photo on it mine is like five and a half years old and i am kinda nervous that they wont accept it. should I worry about this or no? Thanks everyone!!
    I think it is better to bring couple of valid ID cards/Passport instead of one.

    they said: all of these forms are acceptable: driver's license, permanent residence card, and passport books and cards, state identification card and military identification card. All forms of identification must be valid, If they r not, you will be turned away and required to reregister and pay another examination fee... good luck!
  9. by   ibanda
    When you say "walked your way up" does that include retakes?

    I started with Uworld May 28 and the first 3days or so I scored 35% once and the other two days I score in the 40s.

    I have since been doing 75 Qbank Questions every day and reviewing their rationales. However, After those three days, I'm stuck in the mid 50s and I am worried. I have about 800Qbank questions left.

    Any suggestions on how to relieve this stress will be appreciated.

    I am not retaking failed questions yet! Is this why my percentile is this low? (42) with avaerage of 54%.
  10. by   peachy512
    Quote from kcrawfo31
    For anyone who still needs to take the NCLEX: Don't worry too much if you don't have a ton of select all that apply. I passed in 75 questions and only had about 6-8 SATA (I didn't keep track but think it was around there). I did have a lot of prioritization questions though.
    This 100%! I was getting SO discouraged during my exam because I only had about the same number of SATA that you did in 75 questions, but with lots of teaching and priority. I was thinking I was failing! So lesson learned, just because you don't have lots of SATA doesn't mean you're failing!
  11. by   Ktalie828
    I took the NCLEX today. Shut off at 98 questions and I did the PVT with the good pop up. I don't trust it. I don't know!!!! Now the painful waiting game.
  12. by   maryj100
    Quote from Ktalie828
    I took the NCLEX today. Shut off at 98 questions and I did the PVT with the good pop up. I don't trust it. I don't know!!!! Now the painful waiting game.

    congraaaaaaats you gonna pass!!!
  13. by   ibanda
    Quote from gottakeeptrying
    Congrats to all who are passing, first of all!

    Hey so I just did a self assessment test and got 60% on it and 64th percentile
    which places at at "very high chance of passing"
    right now im in the 53rd percentile and 55% correct on question bank, I still have over 1,300 questions to do though.

    I was looking at my self assessment and at the beginning out of the first 20 questions i only got 2 wrong, second 20 questions I got 7 wrong so thats like 31/40 - not bad
    then I realized i was running out of time and had to rush so i got 21 wrong out of 35.

    what I realized is that when I take my time and really think it through, i do better and good thing the NCLEX is 6 hours long.

    I am wondering if anyone got the same scores as me as far as statistics go and how they did on the NCLEX
    I feel good about it, but im still nervous Ive read the predictor is pretty accurate but my friend got a high chance and failed...

    I will update y'all when I test, but until then I need some feedback or tips on how it was for yall
    did the predictor predict your pass/fail?
    When you say "walked your way up" does that include retakes?

    I started with Uworld May 28 and the first 3days or so I scored 35% once and the other two days I score in the 40s.

    I have since been doing 75 Qbank Questions every day and reviewing their rationales. However, After those three days, I'm stuck in the mid 50s and I am worried. I have about 800Qbank questions left.

    Any suggestions on how to relieve this stress will be appreciated.

    Thank you so much
    Last edit by ibanda on Jun 13

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