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NCLEX-RN Tomorrow! What do you think?

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by Me2006 Me2006 (New Member) New Member

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Hello:

So I am scheduled for NCLEX-RN tomorrow morning 2/7/2012. What you guys think of my scores? I am nervous and I have had it with studying :(

Diagnostics Exam: 46% (180 Q)

Question Trainer 1: 53% (75 Q)

Question Trainer 2: 55% (75 Q)

Question Trainer 3: 56% (100 Q)

Question Trainer 4: 51% (150 Q)

Question Trainer 5: 69% (150 Q)

Question Trainer 6: 66% (200Q)

Qbank- Sample Test 1: 50%

Qbank -Sample Test 2: 42%

Qbank- Sample Test 3: 70%

I finished the QBANK 100% done at 58%

Im also working with NCLEX 4000. Hoping for the best!

What do you recommend for the next 24 hours?

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tern has 14 years experience and specializes in psych, or, gyn, addiction.

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I took mine today and my computer shut off at 75 questions....I did the PVT and got the good pop up. The day before my test I woke up early and did only alternate format question ex. sata, math, prioritization....then my boyfriend dragged me out the house and I spent the evening with some friends chicken wings and watching my NY Giants win the superbowl. I'm so happy I did that I was well relaxed for my exam this am....when taking the exam just read your questions twice before you look at the answers them answer the question. I'm sure you will do fine you got thru school right!!! just look at this as another test and relax :) believe it will come back to you....good luck :up:

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You are ready, scheduling your exam back will cause more anxiety. You have improved with your trainer questions., How did you do on your readiness?

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@ tern: thank you for sharing your experience.

@hotnurse408: I plan on taking readiness today.

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Sounds good, let us know. the readiness would give you a good example on where you stand. I took mine in a quiet place with no distraction i got a 64 on it. I was told 55 is good, but 60 and above is ideal.

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Update:

I took NCLEX-RN this morning and ended up with 76 Questions

I dont feel good about it~ I know I failed :(

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ro2878 has 4 years experience and specializes in school nursing; pediatrics.

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I just took NCLEX yesterday. Computer shut off at 75 questions but because I had tons of SATA and a lot meds that I did not know, the entire ride home I was sure I failed! I called my parents and my school friends and told them I thought I failed. I was so upset the entire ride home. When I got home my kids surprised me and told me they were planing on taking me to dinner to celebrate. I was so convinced I failed that I told them I'd rather not because I did not feel good about passing. Eventually last night I got the courage to do the Pearson Vue trick and got the good pop-up. This morning, my name & RN number were on the AZ Board of Nursing website!

So, the moral of the story is: You probably passed! I don't think I've read about anyone who thought they passed. Try the pop-up.

P.S. We are definitely going to dinner tonight :w00t:

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i felt the exact same way. i still dont feel 100 percent even after seeing the good pop up twice!! i am nervos to look at my official results tomorrow but i know that everyone says the PVT is right. i got 75 questions as well with meds and SATA that i had no idea about. so do the PVT! i did mine 1.5 hours after my test.

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I tried the PVT.....went straight to the credit card page....thats another $200

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ro2878 has 4 years experience and specializes in school nursing; pediatrics.

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Sorry - big hugs your way.

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diana2520 has 1 years experience.

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((((hugs))))

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NP Sam specializes in Peds OR as RN, Peds ENT as NP.

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I'm so sorry. Take some time and then start preparing again. You can do this. You mentioned that you did all 1100 Qbank questions. I would try doing them over again and write down the rationales for every question you did not understand.

:hug:

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