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75 Qs!!

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by HoustonRN04 HoustonRN04 (New) New

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Hello All,

I need some feedback..... I took the NCLEX at 9 today. I was VERY prepared to be there for the full 265. My preparatory tests indicated I was not doing amazing, but not horrible. I didn't have any meds other than dig, no maternal child, no peds, lots of neuro, psychosocial, and some priority qs. I felt like the the psychosocial questions were too easy of questions, but i don't know if i got them right or not.

I had 75qs and am almost positive I failed!! The last question dealt with PTT... Ah!! I'm really upset.. I wish they would have given me more time to prove myself. My track record doesn't indicate that the computer would shut off at 75. Has anyone failed with 75 questions?

thanks everyone... I tried to talk to my mother about this (a teacher) but it's not much of a help.

Let me know your thoughts about people's experiences with 75 questions!

Thans!

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VivaLasViejas has 20 years experience as a ASN, RN and specializes in LTC, assisted living, med-surg, psych.

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I got the minimum 75 questions. Thought I'd bombed, especially since it took me only about 25 minutes to get through the test. I didn't, and that's why I'm an RN today. :)

Seventy-five questions USUALLY means you've satisfied the requirements to be a 'safe beginning practitioner'. Don't worry too much......I'm sure you did A-OK.

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Love-A-Nurse has 19 years experience and specializes in LTC, ER, ICU,.

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here's wishing you the very best.

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:) best of luck :)

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