Published Jul 14, 2009
Took NCLEX/RN at 11:30 am today. Tried trick but pearson still says Ready for Delivery, waitiing for delivery complete. 75 questions, LOTS of priority, some delegation, 4 meds calculations, 6 SATA's a few peds, a few maternal newborn. About 10 meds, stuff that I know about after 3 yrs of sub-acute care LPN. A few drag and drops and 1 ekg strip. I have no idea how I did. On practice test, I kept making the same mistake; answering as if it were a real world question and getting it wrong. Tried to remember that as I was testing. It is such an artificial way to think, especially on the psych questions!!! Oh well, if I blew it, I will have to scrape up the cash and do it again!! :angryfire
my prayers are with you! let us know about your good news!
Best of luck
you had 75 qstns only!? usually, it's a good sign that you passed!
I took mine today also and had 75 questions. I just felt so unsure about most of my answers. I had lots of Peds and Hepatitis questions! ONly 2 med calcs and several sata. :heartbeat
Good luck! I took mine today also and had 75 questions. I just felt so unsure about most of my answers. I had lots of Peds and Hepatitis questions! ONly 2 med calcs and several sata. :heartbeat
My exam was a lot like yours! I took the exam July 13. I only had 75 questions too, with lots of Peds and hepatitis questions. I had 2 med calculations (my 2nd item was med calculation!), 1 drag-and-drop, and about 5 SATA's. There were several Cancer questions too.
I did the trick and I got the pop-up. I'm in CA so I'm still waiting for the results.
I got 75 Q's and passed. (thank God for quick results!) I also did the trick and got the pop-up. I think we all doubt ourselves since we have been trained to be perfectionist while in school and we automatically remember the questions we got wrong. If you think about it, we can get up to 265 questions. If the computer shuts off at 75 you either passed, or you had to pretty much answer all the questions wrong in order for another 190 questions to be of no use to help you pass. From what I have heard, most people pass with 75.
I took the NCLEX on the 16th and keep going to the CA BRN to see if I have a license # yet. No luck. It seemed that the test was very hard. I did very well in school and did well at Kaplan. It only asked one drug calculation, it seemed like tons of SATA, a few precaution questions, meds and diseases I have never heard of. It stopped after 75 questions and I feel as though I did not pass. Have you heard yet? Good luck!
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