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ATI Leadership A questions and answers latest docs 20201. A nurse is caring for several clients. Which of the following actions should the nurse take to maintain client confidentiality?A.Tell... a client’s partner that the results of his wife’s lab tests cannot be disclosed without her permissionB.Ask the assistive personnel to refer to clients by room number in public areasC.Explain to a student nurse that verbal permission must be obtained before using a client’s name in school assignmentsD.Share info about a client with immediate family members after personal ID has been provided2. A nurse is caring for a client who asks for info about advance directives. Which of the following is an appropriate response by the nurse? ***A.Your advance directives will take effect when you are unable to make health care decisionsB.You will not be able to make changes to the advance directives once you sign itC.Your advance directives can specify which medical care you do not want but cannot specify which medical treatments you can haveD.You must have advance directives on record within 24hr of a hospital admission3. A nurse assumes care of a client following morning report and notes that the client’s morning lab results have not been received. Which of the following actions should the nurse take?A.Administer the client’s insulin as prescribedB.Give the NPH and hold the regular insulin until the lab results are backC.Obtain a capillary blood glucose readingD.Hold the client’s breakfast until the lab results are back4. A nurse on a med-surg unit is caring for four clients. The nurse should recognize that which of the following clients is the highest priority?A.A client scheduled for a tubal ligation in 2hr who is cryingB.A client who has peripheral vascular disease and has an absent pulse in the right footC.A client who has type 1 DM and needs the first dressing change for a stage II decubitus ulcerD.A client who has MRSA and has an axillary temp of 38C (100.4F)5. A nurse has four client assignments on a maternal newborn unit. Which of the following tasks can be delegated to an AP?A.Verifying the mother’s fundal heightB.Assisting the mother with cord careC.Showing the mother how to position the newborn for sleepD.Measuring output of the mother’s first voiding6. An AP tells the charge nurse that it is unfair that she has to take care of all the clients who are incontinent. Which of the following responses by the charge nurse is appropriate?A.I delegate tasks to personnel based on their job descriptionsB.Everyone working here has to care for clients who are incontinentC.Let’s talk about organizing the workflow so you care for fewer of these clientsD.Why do you not want to care for clients who are incontinent?7. A client is considering having a tubal ligation, and she tells the nurse that she is uncertain if it is the right thing to do. Which of the following is an appropriate response by the nurse?A.Provide information on alternate birth control methodsB.Ask the client if she has her partner’s approvalC.Emphasize the benefits of having the procedureD.Discuss with the client her feelings about the procedure8. A nurse manager is reviewing the stages of conflict resolution with the nursing staff. The nurse manager should instruct the staff to expect the stages of the conflict to occur in what order?A.Conflict aftermath 5B.Felt conflict 3C.Manifest conflict 4D.Latent conflict 1E.Perceived conflict 29. A nurse is conducting an orientation class for new clients and their families at a long-term care facility. Which of the following client rights should the nurse address at the orientation? Select all that applyA.The right to be treated with respect and dignityB.The right to full access of the facilityC.The right to refuse their medicationsD.The right to leave regardless of provider recommendationsE.The right to be fully informed of their health conditions10. A nurse is witnessing a client sign the consent form for a surgical procedure. The client has a question regarding alternative treatments. Which of the following actions should the nurse take?A.Review the surgical procedure described on the consent form with the clientB.Provide the client with education materials about the procedureC.Answer the client’s question and have the client sign the consent formD.Call the surgeon to discuss alternative treatments with the client11. A nurse is planning discharge care for an older adult client who has RA. The nurse notes that the client is having difficulty buttoning her clothing. Which of the following is an appropriate referral for the client?A.Pain management clinicB.Physical therapyC.Adult day careD.Occupational therapy12. A nurse from a medical unit is asked to work on an orthopedic unit. The medical nurse has no ortho experience. Which of the following clients should be assigned to the medical nurse? ***A.A client in balance skeletal tractionB.A client who had a total hip arthroplasty 3 days agoC.A client who has a fractured femur with a new castD.A client who had a right above-the-knee amputation 24hrs ago13. A client who is being D/C today asks the nurse for supplies for his wound dressing. Which of the following actions should the nurse take to ensure quality, cost-effective car?A.Ask the client how many supplies he wantsB.Provide enough supplies for 1-2 daysC.Check the client’s insurance before actingD.Explain that no supplies are given for home use14. An older adult-client is being D/C with a postop infection, requiring daily home IV antibiotics through a PICC line. Which of the following actions should the case manager perform prior to discharge?A.Assess the client’s home environment for possible reservoirs of infectionB.Verify the patency of the PICC lineC.Provide dressing change and wound assessment teachingD.Ensure that home infusion therapy has been arranged15. A home health nurse is performing a home safety assessment for a family who has toddler. Which of the following findings is a potential environmental hazard the nurse should discuss with the parents?A.The crib mattress is positioned at the lowest levelB.The toy box does not have a hinged lidC.The toilet seat lid is in the raised positionD.There is a throw rug under the toddler’s crib16. A nurse manager is presenting an in-service about preventing readmission of clients due to complications after joint replacement surgery. Which of the following leadership tasks is the nurse performing?A.CollaborationB.MediationC.NegotiationD.Advocacy17. A nurse is reviewing a safe use of a wheelchair with a group of AP. Which of the following should the nurse include?A.Raise the footplates of the wheelchair before transferring the clientB.Lock the brake on one wheel of the chair when transferring the clientC.Push the wheelchair into the elevator with the front wheels firstD.Stand behind the wheelchair when moving a client down a ramp18. A nursing unit is undergoing changes to accommodate new bariatric services that will be available on the unit. Some staff members have verbalized displeasure with the changes. Which of the following should the charge nurse do? Select all that applyA.Role model a positive approach to the changesB.Redirect the conversation when negative comments about the changes are madeC.Encourage staff members who support the changes to discuss the issue with resistant staffD.Suggest that resistant staff members transfer to a different unitE.Reprimand staff members who are resistant to the changes19. A charge nurse is planning client care assignments for the unit. Which of the following clients should the nurse assign to an LPN?A.A client who has anemia and is scheduled for a blood transfusionB.A client who has Crohn’s disease and requires an enteral feedingC.A client who has a new diagnosis of diabetes and requires teaching for self-administration of insulinD.A client who has a pulmonary embolism and is receiving an IV infusion of heparin20. A nurse is caring for a client who has acute diverticulitis and is scheduled for surgery within the next 2 hr. The client tells the nurse that she has called a taxicab and is leaving the hospital. After notifying the surgeon, which of the following actions should the nurse take next?A.Have the client sign the “Against Medical Advice” formB.Inform the client about the risks she may encounter by leaving the facilityC.Document the client’s statements in the medical recordD.Notify the risk manager21. A nurse is observing a newly licensed nurse who is performing a sterile dressing change on a client who has a central venous catheter. Which of the following is an appropriate action by the newly licensed nurse?A.Opens the top flap of the sterile package toward herselfB.Maintain a 1.25cm (1/2 inc) border around the edges of the sterile fieldC.Picks up first sterile glove by grasping the folded cuff edgeD.Places the transparent dressing using clean gloves22. A client presents to the ED with weakness, vomiting, and diarrhea for the past 3 days. Which of the following is the highest priority assessment for this client?A.Bowel soundsB.The client’s temperatureC.Urine specific gravityD.Serum potassium level23. A nurse is caring for a client who is refusing a blood transfusion due to religious beliefs. The provider discusses this treatment and likely outcomes with the client, who remains opposed to the transfusion. Which of the following is the appropriate intervention for the nurse?A.Have the provider reinforce the necessity of the transfusionB.Encourage the family to persuade the client to reconsider the transfusionC.Ask the chaplain to convince the client that the transfusion is acceptableD.Support the client’s decision to forego the transfusion24. A client seen in the ED for back pain is provided a prescription for oxycodone. A staff nurse tells the charge nurse that she thinks the client is seeking drugs and is not actually in distress. Which of the following responses by the charge nurse is appropriate?A.Clients are the experts on their own painB.Let’s withhold the oxycodone until we can consult with the providerC.Contact mental health services to arrange for a consultationD.It sounds like non-pharmacological interventions would be best for this client25. A charge nurse is discussing issue with a staff nurse. When evaluating statements by the staff nurse, the charge nurse should recognize that which of the following reflects and intrapersonal conflict?A.I’m not sure whether I want to apply for the unit manager’s position or start a family this yearB.I feel frustrated because I just readmitted a client who refuses to take his insulinC.The unit manager is more concerned with saving money than with clients getting quality careD.Every time I request an extra day off I’m denied, but other nurses’ requests are approved26. An older adult client is brought to ED by family members. The client has stage IV pressure ulcers, and a close inspection of the wounds reveals the presence of maggots. Which of the following is the nurse’s legal responsibility regarding this situation?A.Confront the family membersB.Call the local police departmentC.Notify Adult Protective ServicesD.Report the situation to facility administrators27. A nurse working in a community health clinic is caring for four clients who each have a communicable disease. Which of the following conditions is considered a nationally notifiable infectious disease?A.Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV)B.MRSAC.C-diffD.Chlamydia trachomatis28. A charge nurse is talking with a staff nurse following a workshop on advance directives. Which of the following statements by the staff nurse demonstrates understanding of advance directives? ***A.A client’s advance directives are not valid until the provider writes a prescriptionB.A health care proxy should make decisions for a client who has a terminal illnessC.A family member of a client can have the living will overturned in some casesD.A client who has an acute illness may not have a DNR prescription29. A nurse working in a long-term care facility is making a room assignment for a client who has dementia and is easily agitated. Which of the following rooms should the nurse select for the client?A.A semiprivate room near the unit’s activity roomB.A newly renovated room near the entrance of the unitC.A corner room between the conference room and elevatorD.A private room near the nurse’s station30. A charge nurse is planning care for a group of clients. Which of the following tasks should be delegated to an AP? Select all that applyA.Flushing a client’s saline lockB.Ambulating a client who uses a walkerC.Adding thickener to thin liquids on a client’s food trayD.Showing a client how to use an incentive spirometerE.Evaluating a client’s gag reflex before mealtime31. A charge nurse is assigning tasks to an RN, an LPN, and an AP. Which of the following tasks should the charge nurse delegate to the RN?A.Completing an admission assessment for a client who has just transferred from the EDB.Inserting an indwelling urinary cath for a client who has not voided for 6 hrC.Assisting a client who is 12hr post op from eye surgery to ambulateD.Obtaining a sterile specimen from a client’s infected surgical wound32. A staff nurse detects alcohol on the breath of another nurse working on the unit. He observes that her gait seems unsteady, and she occasionally slurs her speech. Which of the following actions should the nurse take if he suspects that his colleague is under the influence of alcohol?A.Notify the charge nurse of his assessmentB.Confront the impaired nurse regarding his suspicionsC.Wait to see if the behavior occurs again before taking actionD.Suggest to the nurse that she request sick leave for the rest of the shift33. A nurse is receiving change-of-shift report at the start of the shift. Which of the following clients should the nurse assess first?A.A client who has a WBC count of 15,000/mm3 and is receiving antibioticsB.A client who had abdominal surgery 6hr ago and has a HR of 120 for the last 2 hrC.A client who is requesting pain meds 24hr after an ORIF of the left ankleD.A client who has pneumonia and is refusing prescribed medication34. A nurse finds that a new IV pump has infused 400mL of solution over 2hr when the rate was set at 100mL/hr. After notifying the provider and verifying that the pump was properly programmed, which of the following is the nurse’s highest priority?A.Fill out an incident report and submit it to the nurse managerB.Consult with the other nurses who have experience with this type of pumpC.Tag the pump for maintenance and acquire a new pump for the clientD.Call the biomedical engineering dept and report the problem35. A nurse case manager is developing a critical pathway for clients who have pneumonia. Which of the following data should the nurse include?A.Type of insuranceB.Home medicationC.Significant othersD.Treatment milestones36. A nurse receives report on 4 clients. Which of the following clients should the nurse assess first?A.A client admitted with COPD who has a pulse ox reading of 90% on 2L/min of oxygenB.A client admitted with acute pancreatitis whose PCA cassette is nearly emptyC.A client admitted for a fractured hip who has developed slurred speechD.A client admitted with bronchitis who is reporting pain on inspiration37. A nurse manager finds that there has been an increase in UTIs on the unit. To address this problem, the first action the nurse manager should take is toA.Conduct an in-service that reviews proper catheter insertion and maintenanceB.Perform a chart review to gather data about the clients who developed infectionsC.Observe each staff nurse perform a urinary catheter insertionD.Require completion of a self-paced instruction program38. A charge nurse is supervising the care of several clients. Which of the following actions requires intervention by the charge nurse?A.A student nurse is photocopying his assigned client’s diagnostic test resultsB.An AP documents a client’s vital signs on the client’s paper-based graphic recordC.The unit secretary faxes a client’s lab results to the providerD.An RN stays with a client who is reading the medical records that he requested39. A nurse is caring for a group of clients on a unit. Which of the following assessment findings should the nurse recognize as the priority to report to the charge nurse?A.A client who has heart failure and has 2+ edema of her lower extremitiesB.A client who is 2 days postop and has a urine output of 20mL/hrC.A client who started taking atenolol and reports feeling lethargicD.A client receiving morphine and reports nausea40. A nurse in the ED is performing triage for a group of clients following a MVC. Which of the following clients should the nurse request the provider assess first?A.A client who has a closed leg fracture and reports peripheral paresthesiaB.A client who reports a sprained ankle and has a laceration over the medial ankleC.A client who has arm contusions and manifests asymmetrical thoracic movementD.A client who has abrasions to the face and is requesting medication for severe pain41. A facility has identified an increase in health care-associated UTIs on the med-surg unit. A nurse is participating in a quality improvement process to address this problem. Which of the following should be the first step in the process?A.Determine the effectiveness of planned interventionsB.Implement strategies to decrease the incidence of UTIsC.Develop a plan that outlines the process for data collectionD.Establish best practice guidelines for reducing the incidence of UTIs42. A charge nurse is delegating tasks on a nursing unit that is short staffed. A client has a prescription for a wound irrigation twice a day. Which of the following is an appropriate action for the charge nurse to take? ***A.Perform the dressing change himself on roundsB.Delegate the procedure to an APC.Assign the procedure to an LPND.Reschedule the procedure to be performed once per day43. A charge nurse is evaluating a newly licensed nurse at the end of orientation. Which of the following behaviors indicates the nurse is using effective time management skills?A.Performs total care for her assigned clientsB.Waits to complete charting until the end of the shiftC.Uses a set list of priorities throughout the shiftD.Makes a list of non-essential tasks to perform later44. A hospital has been notified of a train derailment resulting in multiple clients experiencing life-threatening injuries. The external disaster plan has been activated. Which of the following is an appropriate action of the charge nurse on the PACU? ***A.Take extra wheelchairs to the EDB.Send PACU AP to assist with triageC.Identify stable clients for transfer to a surgical unitD.Report to the command center for further instructions45. A nurse is caring for a client who is 3 days postop following open heart surgery and is to transfer to the medical-surgical unit. Which of the following should the nurse plan to include in the verbal report?A.The client’s dressing change scheduleB.The client’s LOCC.The client’s vital signs from the previous shiftD.The client’s occupation46. A case manager is initiating the plan of care for a client receiving warfarin who had a stroke. Which of the following is most important for the case manager to include in the client’s plan of care?A.Scheduling follow-up tests for prothrombin time and INRB.Making a referral to speech therapyC.Arranging physical therapy home visitsD.Providing client education related to dietary restrictions47. A nurse manager needs to address an increased rate of client med errors. Which of the following strategies represents an authoritarian approach to managing this issue?A.Inform the staff of the penalties that can result from med errorsB.Encourage the staff to have 2 nurses verify medication orders to prevent errorsC.Provide a suggestion box for the staff to submit ideas for error preventionD.Ask 3 experienced nurses to help investigate common causes of the errors48. A charge nurse is responsible for a caseload of clients on a surgical unit. Which of the following occurrences during the shift requires the completion of an incident report?A.A client’s advance directives are not in the med recordB.A nurse administers a routine medication 30 min after the scheduled time when the client returns from physical therapyC.A client’s IV solution infused over 6 hr instead of the prescribed 8 hrD.A nurse documents a client’s vital signs on the graphic record at the end of the shift49. A nurse manager is coordinating staff assignments for RNs and LPNs following a local disaster. Which of the following is an appropriate assignment by the nurse manager to provide safe and effective client care? ***A.RNs transport class IV (black tag) clientsB.LPNs provide care to class III (green tag) clientsC.LPNs initiate care to class I (red tag) clientsD.LPNs facilitate care to class II (yellow tag) clients50. An RN delegates the task of obtaining the BP of a client who is 2hr postop following a cholecystectomy to an LPN. The LPN reports a BP that is significantly higher than the client’s previous reading. Which of the following actions should the RN take first?A.Recheck the client’s BPB.Treat the client’s BP with a prescribed antihypertensiveC.Ask the LPN to review the technique for obtaining BPD.Review the client’s medical record for other episodes of elevated BP51. A charge nurse is performing chart reviews on infection control precautions implemented by nursing personnel during the admission of clients to the unit. Which of the following is an appropriate infection control precaution?A.Droplet precautions for a client who has meningococcal pneumoniaB.Airborne precautions for a client who has shigellaC.Droplet precautions for a client who has MRSAD.Airborne precautions for a client who has RSV52. A staff nurse at a long-term care facility is evaluating an AP caring for a group of clients who require restraints. Which of the following is an appropriate action by the AP?A.Securing mitten restraints around the forearmB.Using a square knot when securing the restraint strapC.Applying the belt restraint beneath the client’s clothingD.Placing the restraint tie on a moveable part of the bed frame53. A nurse case manager is planning a teaching session on use of critical pathways with a group of newly licensed nurses. The nurse should include which of the following in the teaching about critical pathways?A.Critical pathways promote individualized careB.Critical pathways decrease administrative work timeC.Critical pathways prevent unnecessary expenseD.Critical pathways incorporate provider preferences54. A nurse is reviewing facility data on hand hygiene adherence and finds that nurses are not performing hand hygiene after client contact 28% of the time. Which of the following is the first action the nurse should take when developing a plan to increase employee hand hygiene adherence?A.Schedule training sessions to teach proper techniqueB.Provide alcohol-based hand wash outside of each client’s roomC.Identify a way to measure hand hygiene adherenceD.Set a goal for improvement in adherence55. A nurse manager is developing a class for newly licensed nurses on strategies to promote client rights. Which of the following should the nurse manager include in the teaching?A.Spend equal amounts of time providing care for each clientB.Verify that a provider prescription is in the medical record for clients who have restraintsC.Ensure that competent clients do not leave the hospital without medical dischargeD.Present the purpose, risks, and benefits of a surgery when the provider is unavailable56. A charge nurse on a medical unit hears the fire alarm and announcement that a fire is occurring on the unit. Which of the following is the priority action by the charge nurse?A.Turn off the oxygen supply valve to the unitB.Instruct ambulatory clients to go to a safe areaC.Verify that unit fire doors are closedD.Direct personnel to use fire extinguishers57. A nurse is caring for a school-age client who is seeking treatment for a laceration to the right forearm that occurred during soccer practice. The client was transported to the ED by a friend’s parent and the soccer coach. The nurse should ensure that informed consent is given byA.The clientB.The friend’s parentC.The client’s guardianD.The soccer coach58. A charge nurse is reviewing the plan care for a client who has active herpes simplex lesions. Which of the following interventions is appropriate for the plan of care?A.Admit the client to a private room with negative-pressure airflowB.Wear a gown and gloves when caring for the clientC.Have the client wear a mask during transportD.Wear a face mask and eye protection when caring for a client59. A nurse is caring for a client who has metastatic cancer and decides not to continue treatment. Which of the following is an appropriate response by the nurse?A.Tell me what this is like for youB.Have you discussed your concerns with your doctorC.Is your family supportive of your decision to D/C treatmentD.Have you considered trying alternative therapy for your cancer60. A nurse has a friend who is a client on another unit. The nurse is concerned about the friend’s prognosis. Which of the following is an appropriate action by the nurse?A.Review the friend’s medical recordsB.Page the primary care provider for informationC.Ask the assigned nurse about the friend’s prognosisD.Ask the friend what the provider has told her[Show More]
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The ATI TEAS exam is comprised of 170 total questions, with 209 minutes in allocated testing time.How many questions is on ATI proctored exam for pharmacology? ›
ATI PHARMACOLOGY PROCTORED RETAKE 2019 COMPLETE EXAM ALL 70 QUESTIONS AND CORRECT ANSWERS. 1.What level is 70% on ATI? ›
My understanding was that anything below a 70% is below a level 1... And that in order to score a level 3, you practically have to have a 90-95%.What is the passing score for the ATI test? ›
What is a passing score on the ATI test? The passing score for the ATI is around 65%. This is quite a high mark to achieve as the national average on the test is around 60%. However, the passing score will not grant you admission to all nursing colleges or courses.Do ATI proctored exams record you? ›
During assessments, students will be monitored via webcam, microphone, and screen. The system will capture things like eye movement, clicks, sound captured by the microphone, and it will flag anything that may not be allowed. This is done by a machine, so a human is not actively watching you.Does ATI proctoring record your screen? ›
Proctorio offers a variety of secure exam settings including video, audio, and screen recording designed to maintain the integrity of the assessment and ensure uncompromised exam results. Find a full list of ATI's technical requirements at atitesting.com/technical-requirements.What percentage on ATI is passing NCLEX? ›
According to data released by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (the organization that writes the exam), the average pass rate for the NCLEX RN and the NCLEX PN is 85% and 83% (respectively). Nursing students who use ATI have a 95% pass rate for both the NCLEX-RN exam and the NCLEX-PN examination.Is a level 2 on ATI good? ›
Scores meeting the Proficiency Level 2 standard can be considered to exceed minimum expectations for performance in this content area. Scores at this level were judged by the content expert panel to indicate a student as fairly certain to meet NCLEX-RN standards in this content area.Is ATI testing hard? ›
Many test takers have found the Reading and English section to be moderately difficult. However, many TEAS takers vouch that the Science and Math section are more complex and challenging. The timed nature of the exam can be difficult for some.What is a good percentile for ATI? ›
The top score is your National percentile Rank and must be 45% or more to qualify for the nursing program.
- ATI Tip 1: Plan your exam day. ...
- ATI Tip 2: Act like you're studying for the NCLEX. ...
- ATI Tip 3: Skip the books. ...
- How to answer ATI questions. ...
- Use Picmonic to study for and pass the ATI Exit Exam. ...
- HESI Tip 1: Focus on complex topics. ...
- HESI Tip 2: Make a question bank. ...
- HESI Tip 3: Take a practice exam.
You are allowed to take the ATI TEAS up to 3 times in a calendar year. 10. Do I have to pay a fee each time to take the ATI TEAS? Yes, the cost is $93 for each testing.What happens if you fail the ATI exam? ›
If a student does not achieve a 75 on the first exam, he/she must spend a minimum of three (3) hours in ATI remediation, and submit a remediation plan, including strengths or weaknesses, prior to taking the second exam. Students will be given a time period of one (1) week to complete the remediation hours and plan.How do I know if I passed my ATI test? ›
To access results, sign in to www.atitesting.com with your Username and Password. From the home page, click the My Results tab to access your full transcript.Can online test proctors see your screen? ›
Proctors have the ability to view the screen and utilize the mouse and keyboard as if they were sitting next to you. Once the exam starts, your proctor will monitor everything on the computer screen, but can no longer utilize the your mouse and keyboard.Can proctor detect phones? ›
Can Proctor Detect Cell Phones? Yes, ProctorU can detect cell phones. We have a few different ways of doing this, but the most common is by using your webcam. If you're using a laptop with a built-in webcam, we can detect cell phones in your environment quite easily.What happens if you get caught cheating on ATI? ›
If ATI reasonably suspects that you have violated this Agreement, or if fees due and payable to ATI by you or your Institution have not been paid then, without notice to you, ATI may terminate this Agreement, the license, and your account and deny you further access to ATI Products and Services.Does Proctorio monitor your eyes? ›
A: Proctorio does not track eye movements. Instead, instructors can enable settings to ensure test takers are consistently interacting with the exam during their exam attempt.Can you go to the bathroom during a proctored exam? ›
You are allowed to use the restroom during your Onsite proctored exam but here are some considerations to keep in mind: You will not be allowed access to your personal belongings.Which state has the hardest NCLEX exam? ›
None. There is no “easy” state to take the NCLEX. The NCLEX is a national exam administered by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN). Because it's national, the NCLEX will be the same regardless of what state you choose to take it in.
The number of unsuccessful test-takers is low compared to the more than 86% who pass the exam on their first try. Candidates who fail the NCLEX-RN can retest forty-five days after their most recent attempt. Being alert for signs you failed the NCLEX-RN will help you prepare before receiving official results.Can I pass NCLEX with 50 percent? ›
The NCLEX is scored using dichotomous scoring, so you can either pass or fail the exam. Currently, to pass the NCLEX-RN, the standard is 0.00 logits–or answer questions correctly at least 50% of the time.What is a Level 2 in ATI proctored exam? ›
Scores meeting the Proficiency Level 2 standard can be considered to exceed minimum expectations for performance in this content area. Scores at this level were judged by the content expert panel to indicate a student as fairly certain to meet NCLEX-RN standards in this content area.How many questions is the ATI critical thinking exam? ›
Time. Please allow a total time of 4:30 minutes for both TEAS and the ATI Critical Thinking exams. The Critical Thinking exam is a separate test consisting of 40 questions in 40 minutes.How long are ATI proctored exams? ›
Level 0: 4 hours, Level 1: 3 hours, Level 2: 2 hours, Level 1: 1 hour. We also had to handwrite three focused review points per topic missed. If your program requires you to do this, please take it seriously. If you are not required to do it, I would recomend you do this anyway.How many questions is the ATI exit exam? ›
The ATI Comprehensive Predictor Examination consists of 180 questions but only 150 questions count towards the students' scores. The passing requirement for the exam varies by colleges and universities but most nursing programs require that students make a score of 70 or 80 on the exam.Can ATI detect cheating? ›
ATI uses multiple methods of detection to uncover test cheating and theft. Web-crawling processes. Every day, ATI examines the Internet for unauthorized postings of ATI assessment materials. When found, ATI swiftly takes steps to have that content removed.Is critical thinking test hard? ›
Critical thinking tests are designed to be challenging, and often used as part of the application process for upper-management-level roles.Will Proctorio know if I use my phone? ›
27. Does Proctorio detect phones? No. Proctorio cannot detect phones, but the webcam will show if you are gazing down or to the side to use a phone.How many times can you retake ATI? ›
How many times can I take the TEAS test? The average number of times a student can take the TEAS in a year is three times. Each school sets their own requirements on how many times you can take the TEAS test and how long you have to wait in between attempts.
You can take each practice test two times. There is no time limit on completing the practice test. You may start and stop the assessment as it fits your schedule. We do suggest you take one of your two attempts as a timed exam to practice for the actual TEAS exam.What is a good score on ATI predictor? ›
|ATI Comprehensive Predictor Score||NCLEX-RN Pass Probability|
For TEAS at ATI exams, there is a 14-day wait period between attempts. You may go ahead and schedule multiple exams, however, there must be fourteen days between each attempt.How to prepare for ATI exit exam? ›
- Manage Your Study Time. Nursing schools using ATI tests often provide students with review books as well as video recorded lectures and clinical skills demonstrations that cover pertinent topics on upcoming examinations. ...
- Take Practice Tests. ...
- Feel Your Best on Test Day. ...
- Get Extra Study Help.