I completed all the QT (1-3 are non-passing, so don't go off of these scores).
QT 4 - 65
QT 5 - 66
QT 6 - 68
QT 7 - 66
Readiness test - 70
I also completed 17 75 question QBanks. My scores averaged mid to high 60s, and low 70s. I recommend making an Excel spreadsheet and after each exam putting the scores you got for each individual section. I marked anything under a 60 as red, 60s as yellow, and 70 or higher as green. This helped me identify any particular areas that I wasn't as strong in and I did a quick 15 or so tutor style practice questions in that area.
I would also say that the NCLEX style is much closer to the readniess test style. It was less wordy, more straight forward and not trying to trick you as much. I thought that kaplan prepared me excellently and the questions were much harder than the actual NCLEX. If you're doing well on kaplan, you'll sit for nclex and find it's significantly easier :)