Took NCLEX this morning....WOWZERS, what a test

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I started at 0835 and finished at 0945. Had 75 questions...8-10 SATA, Prioritization was the bulk of my questions, no math but several meds I wasn't super familiar with or their nursing implications, infection control of adult and pedi, a few psyche, more teaching than I expected, 1 women's health and 1 OB lab.

Just did the Pearson Vue Trick and I got the pop-up. What a great intervention for post-nclex syndrome. My thanks

to the "smart cookie-nurse" who figured that out. Doin an apprehensive "happy dance".

I used many of the NCLEX study resources other "AllNurses" members advised. Kaplan qbank and read rationales, Prioritization, Delegation Assignment by LaCharity, Kaplan NCLEX-RN medications, LWW NCLEX-RN 250 New Format Questions, CDC website, last but not least...AllNurses student threads with posts containing NCLEX review content.

Tom1988

13 Posts

Specializes in Geriatrics.

Use the time to get some fresh air and have fun to get your mind off of the results. Good luck!

CoffeeGeekRN

271 Posts

Specializes in ED, ICU, lifetime Diabetes Education.

Congratulations!:yeah::yeah::yeah:

nkara, CNA

288 Posts

Specializes in Med/Surg/Pedi/Tele.

Sounds promising.. congratulations! :anpom:

caliotter3

38,333 Posts

Good luck.

I just took my NCLEX this afternoon. Oh boy! I got there 1/2 hour early and they got me right in to test. I remember looking at how many questions I had done....48. The next thing I know the computer shuts off and asks me to complete a survey. I'm guessing I had 75 questions, but I really have no clue.

I left not knowing how to feel. Like the original poster I had 8-10 SATA's, lots of priority, infection control in peds and adults alike, no math, lots of meds I hadn't even known (sheesh) and psych questions.

I too, tried the "trick." If so...Yahoo, but I can't be assured until I see my name on the BON.

Congrats to you!

lovinsickfolks

10 Posts

Hey cowgirl...I think we had the same NCLEX test...lol.

I'm in The Lone Star State, you?

That's what I was thinking when I read your original post!! I'm in Oregon, but a midwest girl at heart (from Ks).

lovinsickfolks

10 Posts

I couldn't stand it anymore, I paid the $8 bucks for my quick results.

I am a Registered Nurse.:anpom::anpom::anpom::anpom::anpom:

hey cowgirl...i bet you're heat index in Oregon is much more comfortable today than our triple digits. I took my NCLEX with several Kansas testers. I live at the Top of Texas where the Texas, Okies and Kansanites come together.

Silverdragon102, BSN

1 Article; 39,477 Posts

Specializes in Medical and general practice now LTC.

Congrats

soon2bRN516

140 Posts

Congrats....I think I had the same test as well...I had 75 questions...10 or more select all that apply, 10 or more meds, 1 drag and drop, lots of infection control, priority and delegation, very little psych and peds, and no math or OB....

I tested on the 7th, did the pearson trick that afternoon probably 2 hours after my test, and it went to the pop up...thursday my official results came up and I passed!!!

CONGRATS AGAIN

I couldn't stand it anymore, I paid the $8 bucks for my quick results.

I am a Registered Nurse.:anpom::anpom::anpom::anpom::anpom:

hey cowgirl...i bet you're heat index in Oregon is much more comfortable today than our triple digits. I took my NCLEX with several Kansas testers. I live at the Top of Texas where the Texas, Okies and Kansanites come together.

Hey lovinsickfolks! I too, paid the money to find out! I am an RN!!! Congratulations to you....to US!

Yes, I don't think that folks who are from around here know what a "heat index" is! Today has been an ugly day (weather concerned)...low 60's and rainy, but a happy day for me! Triple digits...I haven't forgotten. I feel for ya!

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