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NCLEX and SATA

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Hi, did anyone pass the NCLEX with only 5-6 SATA questions? Is it even possible?

HI, did anyone pass the NCLEX with only 5-6 Sata Questions?

OrganizedChaos, LVN

Specializes in M/S, LTC, Corrections, PDN & drug rehab. Has 10 years experience.

The number of SATA doesn't matter. You have to pass all of the sections you are tested over. So the number of SATA, drag & drop or EKG you are tested on is not an indication of pass or fail.

Silverdragon102, BSN

Specializes in Medical and general practice now LTC. Has 33 years experience.

SATA is just a style of question and people have passed with none/few to many

Moved to the NCLEX forum

Hi, did anyone pass the NCLEX with only 5-6 SATA questions? Is it even possible?

Yes. Why would you believe it isn't possible?

People pass without getting drag/drop. They pass without getting an EKG question. Receiving many or few SATA style questions isn't indicative of anything whatsoever.

I don't know why I think it was impossible. Im just feeling so deflated right now. I also felt that my last question was one of the lower level questions, doesn't look to good for me right now.:no: Thank you both for replying.

Sorry, I don't know how to remove it now.

TheCommuter, BSN, RN

Specializes in Case mgmt., rehab, (CRRN), LTC & psych. Has 15 years experience.

Sorry, I don't know how to remove it now.
The two duplicate threads have been merged into one lone thread. Good luck to you!

I don't know why I think it was impossible. Im just feeling so deflated right now. I also felt that my last question was one of the lower level questions, doesn't look to good for me right now.:no: Thank you both for replying.

If it helps any, MOST people walk out of the testing center feeling more certain that they failed than that they passed. And MOST people DO, in fact, PASS! So feeling like a hollowed-out hunk of wet junk right now isn't a surprise. You'd think having the test behind you would feel empowering, but...it just doesn't, for most anyway.

Also, you really can't be so sure of what a lower-level or higher-level question really IS. Time and time again people swear that they had an "easy" test, no way they could have passed...and they did. They just did that well!

And what is "easy" for one person is "hard" for another.

Hang in there. Breathe. If your State participates in Quick Results, pay the $8 when the option is available and be done with it.

Good luck!

Mavrick, BSN, RN

Specializes in 15 years in ICU, 22 years in PACU. Has 30 years experience.

Duplicate thread...duplicate question...

and round and round we go.