what is considered difficult question - page 3

i knew that prioritizing and delagation is consired difficult question...but i only have a few of those ....i have a bunch of PT. teaching though...is that mean im doing bad?? that why they keep... Read More

  1. by   lpn with angels
    Hi princezzzzzz:

    I got my results yesterday and

    redpinkheredpinkhe "I passed" redpinkheredpinkhe:redpinkhe
    Thanks to my angels.................. :wshgrt:
    Good luck..........
  2. by   princezzzz
    Quote from lpn with angels
    Hi princezzzzzz:

    I got my results yesterday and

    redpinkheredpinkhe "I passed" redpinkheredpinkhe:redpinkhe
    Thanks to my angels.................. :wshgrt:
    Good luck..........
    awww!!! congratulations!!! yey!!!
    you're a nurse now!!!
  3. by   princezzzz
    Quote from lpn with angels
    Hi princezzzzzz:

    I got my results yesterday and

    redpinkheredpinkhe "I passed" redpinkheredpinkhe:redpinkhe
    Thanks to my angels.................. :wshgrt:
    Good luck..........
    hi LPN WITH ANGELS!!!
    omg!! i cant believe it... I PASSED!!!!!
    i got my result today... with that big envelope... i though i failed again. whew!!!!
    yey!!!!
  4. by   winsome08
    Congrats to both of u.
  5. by   callenRN1507
    pard0n me f0r my stupidity but if i may ask, what ares SATAs?hehehe
  6. by   pers
    SATA are Select All That Apply
  7. by   callenRN1507
    IC, s0 thats what it means...thanks for the info...
  8. by   princezzzz
    Quote from winsome08
    Congrats to both of u.
    thanks winsome! redpinkhe:redpinkhe
  9. by   Almost_RN
    Quote from Silverdragon102
    The test picks up your weak points and will keep asking question on it until it feels you are either sufficient to pass or sufficient to fail
    Hi there, I am confused by your post. I thought that the categories of questions had nothing to do with pass or failing, but rather answering questions of any category at a high level is all that is needed? Nowhere, throughout all my prep time with Kaplan and Saunders did it say the test picks your weak category and asks you more of that category, but rather it ranomly selected questions based on the level of difficulty, and not the category. I am extremely nervous then if you are right, because I just took the test today and got about 133 questions and got med questions over and over again with SATAs mixed up in the middle.. so does that mean I failed because it kept giving me med questions?

    stressed out,
    almost_rn
  10. by   pintsizeRN82
    I think that select all that apply questions are really hard because you have to really know the information and be confident in your answer. I always have problems with them because I always think that it has to be just 3 answers which is sometimes not the case.
  11. by   a1eyedbandit
    I had lot of STAT, delegation and priority question... asked 105... what you think?
  12. by   Silverdragon102
    Quote from Almost_RN
    Hi there, I am confused by your post. I thought that the categories of questions had nothing to do with pass or failing, but rather answering questions of any category at a high level is all that is needed? Nowhere, throughout all my prep time with Kaplan and Saunders did it say the test picks your weak category and asks you more of that category, but rather it ranomly selected questions based on the level of difficulty, and not the category. I am extremely nervous then if you are right, because I just took the test today and got about 133 questions and got med questions over and over again with SATAs mixed up in the middle.. so does that mean I failed because it kept giving me med questions?

    stressed out,
    almost_rn
    The test can still pick up on a weak area and ask on it.

    If in doubt there are some good concise information on the NCSBN website about NCLEX

    Getting asked a lot about a certain subject doesn't mean you have failed. Good luck
  13. by   Almost_RN
    Quote from Silverdragon102
    The test can still pick up on a weak area and ask on it.

    If in doubt there are some good concise information on the NCSBN website about NCLEX

    Getting asked a lot about a certain subject doesn't mean you have failed. Good luck
    thanks, makes sense! and i passed!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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