I took my NCLEX RN this morning and was freaking out most of the time; It stopped me at 75 with about 2 hours remaining (I'm a slow test taker ) and I KNOW I missed the last question which was an ekg question which wanted me to identify and treat the rhythm (my only ekg - i think it was v fib). I'm not sure if I got into the high level questions. My test basically went like this:
5 priority questions, 8 or 10 SATA which were long winded and kind of confusing, 4 delegation, 4 meds mainly teaching, 3 or 4 teaching about diseases, 5 pediatrics, 1 maternity, zero math, zero drag and drop, zero put in order, 1 exhibit, maybe 2 fundamental style questions but idk, 3 picture questions (1 repeated itself in another format but I know I got those right), 4 or 5 management and ethics/legal questions, and 5 or 6 infection control and precaution questions. I'm really bummed out because the last question (ekg) now seems like it should have been an easy question and I missed it and I knew the content! . I've heard if you miss the last question especially if it was easy you failed. I think I got a lot of multiple choice questions and I don't know if that means I failed. I feel like I only got maybe 10 questions total correct in the entire test and I feel like a failure. A lot is riding on this NCLEX for me, my current job, my NP program. I did the PVT trick and I got the good pop up but I'm not 100% convinced. Is it possible I passed or failed horribly? Any coping tips while I wait for my quick results?