75 questions

  1. I took the nclex rn today and it shut off at 75 questions! I am nervous. I passed my LPN boards with 85 questions, but I don't remeber being this nervous. I cant wait to look at the obon tomorrow to see if it says ACTIVE! I thought the test was difficult. I thought my LPN boards were a breeze. Please pray for me that I passed.
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    Specialty: 6 year(s) of experience in critical care and LTC


  3. by   barefootlady
    Hi JJT,
    I will keep my fingers crossed that you passed. I can only say that when I took my board years ago, I was brain dead when I finished. I thought I did not know anything, and was sure I failed. So please try to remain calm and positive. Once again, good luck.
  4. by   fmwf
    You probably passed, especially in light of your previous successes! I cried at the end of my test (my brain hurt) when it went up right b/f the 1st break. I was not clear if I had or not. Well my mama and daddy must of done something right! I did!

    There is a name for this in education/learning theory. It means that your brain was working really hard and not your ego!

    If you have to do it again, get lots of sleep, exercise b/f your test and remember to breathe! Get ready to work I say!

  5. by   actioncat
    You probably passed. You are much more likely to pass with 75 questions rather than fail. From what I understand, you have to do really poorly to fail with 75 questions (usually takes more) and you have already passed the LPN boards so I find that highly unlikely!
    I got 75 questions and I was sure I failed. The test just makes you feel that way.
  6. by   NoWaNrN
    i passed my boards with 75 questions!!!!!!!!!!!! i am an rn!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! good luck to all!
  7. by   mimi2016
    congratulations RN
  8. by   mimi2016
    Would you please tell us what and how you studied? I'm taking the exam in february.
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  10. by   barefootlady

    Way to go, good luck in your new career role.