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question regarding failed NCLEX analysis

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by jcruz jcruz Member

hello all,

when looking at your NCLEX analysis after a failed result, does every section have to be above passing standard or can a candidate pass with some areas at near passing? i ask because i had 2 sections above passing standard, one below, and the rest at near passing.

ava'smomRN

Specializes in PACU.

hi, sorry to hear about your reults. i am not 100% sure, but i think our instructors told us that we had to be above passing across the board to pass the exam..... if you still have your info book from pearson, i believe they describe passing standards in there too

someone please correct me if i am wrong.

zaylee

Specializes in ER/Long Term Care.

hello all,

when looking at your NCLEX analysis after a failed result, does every section have to be above passing standard or can a candidate pass with some areas at near passing? i ask because i had 2 sections above passing standard, one below, and the rest at near passing.

One of my classmates had some near passing and some were above passing but had fail the exam altogether.

With the failed NCLEX results, you have to be above passing on everything in order to pass NCLEX-RN/LPN. You can also visit the ncsbn.org site as they are the makers of NCLEX and it shows how one may fail and/or pass.

Good luck and sorry to hear that you failed..I am sure that you will do it next time!

Leilah75_RN

Specializes in Neuro Surgery,telemetry.

all categories must be above passing standard.

never loose hope. keep on trying! Best of luck!

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