Passing the NCLEX With the ATI Comprehensive Predictor Exam

If you want to know whether you’ll be able to pass the NCLEX, you need to take the ATI Comprehensive Predictor Exam. It is a standardized test aimed at measuring a nurse’s ability to manage and prioritize nursing patients. Most nursing schools require students to pass the exam before they sit for the NCLEX. The ATI Comprehensive Predictor Exam consists of 180 questions, although only 150 are counted. The passing score varies by school, but most nursing programs require students to score a score of 70 or 80.