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    I recently graduated as a student nurse. I’ve scheduled my Nclex but haven’t really studied much. I can’t find the motivation. I think my anxiety is taking over me.
    How much harder can it be taking the LPN nclex to RN nclex.
    Can anyone tell me for the predictor test for ATI what is the score that I should be getting?

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    I would like to know this too!

    Profile photo of RustBeltRN

    I can’t help you with the LPN-RN difference difficulty, but for the ATI predictor, I was able to take a proctored version twice. The first time I got a 78% chance of passing first attempt. I studied for 2 months, retook it, and got a 98% first pass chance rate. I took the NCLEX-RN 2 weeks later and passed.

    During the practice ATIs, I was aiming for above 70% on each of the individual sections. Once I got over 70%, I felt fairly confident, so I think that’s a good goal to aim for.

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    We were told at least a 73.1% on the ATI-RN predictor meant a 90% chance of passing the first time (I think-it’s been a year since I took it).

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