# How many questions are on the Kaplan predictor test?

How many questions are on the Kaplan predictor test?

## How many questions are on the Kaplan predictor test?

They are both 180 questions.

### How accurate is the Kaplan Nclex predictor?

Yes it is accurate. I got 79% on my Kaplan Readiness Test, and I passed with 75 questions on 4/24/14. I did poorly on my Diagnostic Test I did 55%, and the instructor told me that I would be safer with a 65% or better, so I focused on my weakest points and passed.

#### How do you answer Kaplan Nursing questions?

Memorize facts to answer questions by recall or recognition. Read the question, read the answers, read the question again, and pick an answer. Choose answer choices based on a hunch or a feeling instead of thinking carefully. Answer questions based on personal experience rather than nursing theory.

What percentage should you get on Kaplan to pass NCLEX?

2. Successful academic program completion requires that students achieve a raw score of 65% percent correct which equals a 94.8% probability of passing NCLEX-RN® exam on the first attempt. 3.

Is Kaplan enough to pass NCLEX?

You have to remember Kaplan has a 94% pass rate, and so does my nursing program (so it’s helpful to know your schools pass rate). And they offer a money back guarentee. So knowing out of every 100 people only 6 fail can be reassuring. Also I believe of all people to take nclex 85% pass and 15% fail.

## What percentage on Kaplan is passing NCLEX?

Successful academic program completion requires that students achieve a raw score of 65% percent correct which equals a 94.8% probability of passing NCLEX-RN® exam on the first attempt.

### What is a good score on Kaplan NCLEX?

2. Successful academic program completion requires that students achieve a raw score of 65% percent correct which equals a 94.8% probability of passing NCLEX-RN® exam on the first attempt.

#### Is NCLEX harder than Kaplan?

When I sat for NCLEX I found the questions WAY easier than a lot of Kaplans thought-provoking questions. I got about 3 drag and drop, 8 or 9 SATA, infection control, a lot of priority (who would you see first) and a few pharmacology. The NCLEX SATA’s were nowhere NEAR as difficult as Kaplans.