I graduated from the #1 nursing school in the state, which happens to have a 100% pass-rate for the past few years. Yeah, no pressure, right? WELL, I took the exam yesterday and had the FULL 265 questions. Oh yes. It figures. Not only did it SNOW (it never snows here) the day of the NCLEX, but I also got the full 265 questions. So I know that I got the last question right and the questions were pretty difficult (application/analysis, no straight knowledge). I passed the ATI in the 85th percentile, which SUPPOSEDLY predicts that I'm 99.7% sure to pass the first time, but I can totally see me being the 0.3%. There was stuff on there I had never SEEN. It took me about 2 hours and 15 minutes to finish. I didn't get a break till #235. I went to the bathroom and almost started crying. I pulled myself up by my bootstraps and went in to finish it. I feel pretty good about the last 30 questions and DEFINITELY know I got #265 right... BUT I cannot HANDLE the WAITING game. What does all of this MEAN and is anyone else in my boat? I'm so glad that I discovered this forum. I hope to hear from ya'll soon!!! I can't do ANYTHING right now. Ineffective Coping r/t stress secondary to NCLEX aeb vegetative state and "emotional rollercoaster"