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Passed in 60!

I know I couldn't get enough of the NCLEX posts, so I'll contribute in case anyone else also cannot get enough of them 😅

I passed in 60! I wasn't sure what to think after the exam though, I found it really difficult. I guessed on so many and had zero clue about the first 10 questions. I finally felt relieved when I got my first SATA around question 15(?). In total I got 13 SATA, 1 exhibit, 1 drag and drop, and 2 images. Don't get me wrong, some questions were easy, but for the most part I felt I didn't know anything. I used UWorld and read all of Saunders. I don't really know if reading Saunders helped me out that much. UWorld prepared me well, but the NCLEX definitely felt like a curveball. I felt that I could anticipate answers on UWorld, but could not anticipate answers on the NCLEX. I didn't bother with PVT because I didn't wanna psych myself out, but the BON posted my license in 24 hrs so I don't even have to wait on Pearson! Good luck everyone!

Congratulations!

Did you finish the entire UWorld question bank? What were your scores like and on the assessments as well?

Thank you and hoping to follow your lead!

7 hours ago, Prosperity said:

Congratulations!

Did you finish the entire UWorld question bank? What were your scores like and on the assessments as well?

Thank you and hoping to follow your lead!

Thank you!! I had about 450 questions left on the qbank. I bought the 2 month subscription w/ one assessment. I had a 92nd percentile on the quizzes I think? Averaging 66%, but I redid about 200 questions from the ones I got wrong. On the assessment I scored a 68% (I took the assessment a few days before the NCLEX) in the 80th percentile with a very high chance of passing. I also used NurseAchieve. The cheat sheets on there are pretty helpful. I did 3 CAT exams from there with 2 Pass and one Solid Pass. Good luck, you got this! Keep in mind that like 88% of people pass on their first try 🙂

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