Quote from red_baron
depends on what type of questions shes using. Kaplan questions are notoriously harder so anything over 60% is good.
I'm a big fan of Kaplan and I did ok on their practice exams. But I do have one major complaint about their scores. IMO, you can't take low scores too seriously because they test on a lot of stuff that's not included in their review.
I'd get something wrong and think: where was that in the review? Then I'd go look it up in the course book and, more often than not, it wasn't there. Yet, they tell you if you score below a certain level you should go back and review the book.
Well ... if a lot of the question content isn't in the review, what good is more review going to do?
Nevertheless, the questions were very similar to the NCLEX and are very good for study, IMO. But I wouldn't pay too much attention to the scores because they don't always give you everything you need upfront to correctly answer those tough questions.