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What is a passing score for Nclex PN?

NCLEX-PN Passing Standard
The NCSBN Board of Directors voted in December 2016 to uphold the current passing standard for the NCLEX-PN. The passing standard will remain at the current level of -0.21 logits that was instituted April 1, 2014. This passing standard will remain in effect through March 31, 2020.

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Similarly, what is a passing score on Nclex?

In fact, the passing score on the NCLEX-RN is actually zero! According to a recent release from the NCSBN, the passing logit score for the NCLEX-RN (through 2019) is 0.00. Basically, this means that you need to be answering the medium difficulty questions correctly at least 50% of the time to pass.

Additionally, how can I pass my Nclex PN? To pass the NCLEX-PN, you'll need to be able to demonstrate an understanding of these topics:

  1. Management of care.
  2. Safety and infection control.
  3. Health promotion.
  4. Psychosocial integrity.
  5. Basic care and comfort.
  6. Therapies (pharmacological and parenteral)
  7. Risk potential.
  8. Physiological adaptation.

Secondly, how many questions do you need to pass Nclex?

75 questions

How hard is Nclex PN?

Meanwhile, the NCLEX-PN exam had a pass rate of around 84% for the same demographic. That means the answer to is the NCLEX hard is more like a response “it's hard, but you will pass the first time if you study.” For people who had been educated in the United States, the pass rate for a test retake was lower.

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