I have two questions for some of the knowledgeable people out there. First I took the test on Friday got 265 questions and paid for quick results in Michigan and it says I passed. I tend to be a pessimistic person so I am curious as to the accuracy of these, I will probably find out before I get a response I have been continuously checking my states .gov page to see if my name pops up with a license number lol. Not to say I haven't been telling family and friends but I still add in they are "unofficial" tidbit.My second question is I received 265 questions about 80 or so questions into the test I received a fair amount of choose all that apply questions and considerably more specific questions, (I don't believe this is a violation or the terms you agree to before you tak the test as I am not disclosing any specific material). I had read that questions were asked in a matter where you were initially asked "easy" questions and when you answered the easier questions right they asked more difficult ones; eventually you reached a threshold where you answer questions that are counted towards a "correct question total" My ultimate question is: was getting asked these supposedly harder questions i believe I had a sign that I was getting close to a passing grade early and that I was one of the chosend people who had the preselected number of questions or am I incorrect in my assumption in how the test works. I understand that you can never be totally sure but am just curious as to the opinions out there.For anyone out there reading this who is working towards the test or waiting on results, etc. this is my second time taking the exam (hopefully last as I am hoping quick results are active) if you have to take it a second time don't get discouraged firstly the Nclex is in NO way a grade on you as a nurse, applying theory skills and testing in them are like night and day, I am a horrid test taker I eked out a few tests in nursing in school didn't fail classes but skidded to the finish line in school if you will. I have been working as a graduate nurse for about 2 to 2.5 months and I have been praised by staff, boss and patients for how well they all say I am doing (I apologize for sounding like im tooting my own horn). My point is the nclex is just a test it may take a couple times to pass your exam and move on its just a roadblock to a piece of paper that just means you can do it on your own. Its what you do with your patients and how you react that determines it all.Rant/Soapbox end, sorry for the lengthy post.