## What is a good score on the NLN Pre entrance exam?

A test score of between 199 and 145 overall will land you in the 99% percentile – more than two standard deviations above the average. 99% of people score less than 145. A score of 117 equates to the 70% percentile. 70% of people score less than 117.

**How is the Pax exam scored?**

The test is scored in percentiles for each section, as well as a composite percentile score reflecting your overall mark. To pass the test, you must complete all three sections, have a percentile score for each section that falls in the top 30%, and a composite percentile score that falls in the top 40% percentile.

**How is NLN scored?**

The exam will be scored in each individual category (verbal, math and science) and will have an overall composite percentile score which is the score used for screening into nursing.

### How hard is the Pax test?

How Hard is the NLN Pre Entrance Exam? The NLN PAX Exam is challenging; as it is one of the top used pre-admission exams for nursing careers, it is one of the hardest. Due to the variety of topics the test covers, its time constraints, and the fact that not all the questions are graded, being 100% prepared is vital.

**What does RN percentile rank mean?**

To figure out your percentile, find your score in the Overall Score (Composite) column and then check the number in the Composite Percentile Rank. For example, if your score is 100, your percentile rank would be 48 for RN Programs and 47 for PN Programs. The Mean Composite for both the RN and PN Programs was 101.

**Can you use a calculator on the PAX?**

The average person takes about 3 hours to complete. You cannot use a calculator. Most schools are using the computer based testing but you may encounter this test in paper form as well. To help you study for PAX-PN or PAX-RN, the National League of Nurses (NLN) has the NLN Review Guide for LPN/RN Pre-Entrance Exam.

#### What is RN percentile rank?

**What kind of math is on the PAX?**

The type of problem you will see most on the PAX are percentages problems, followed by decimals and fractions. Measurement and algebra will also appear five times each on the test. Some will be in the form of word problems while others will be what are called computation problems.

**How do I know if I passed the Pax exam?**

PAX exam results are valid for one year from the date of the exam. Who receives the test scores and how do I know if I passed? You can access your online exam score immediately from your testing account. Once the test is completed just refresh the welcome page and click on Review Exam.

## What is highest composite score?

Your Composite score and each test score (English, mathematics, reading, science) range from 1 (low) to 36 (high). The Composite score is the average of your four test scores, rounded to the nearest whole number.

**What is a good composite score?**

This is the composite score, which combines all four sections: English, reading, math, and science. So if you earn a composite score of 21, you’re right in the middle of the pack. Generally, a score of 24 or higher is good.

**What is the nursing entrance test?**

The Nursing Entrance Test (NET) is another commonly used exam that covers basic high school-level knowledge in the topics of reading and math. Administered through specific schools, it also aims to assess your decision-making skills, learning style, and how you handle stressful situations. Who’s the test for?

### What are the pre-nursing exams?

Most nursing schools require pre-nursing exams to see if the applicant has the necessary skills to succeed in nursing school. Scores are often considered part of the admission process, so prospective nursing students should be prepared to ace any of these tests. Here is a rundown of each test and how to succeed.

**What kind of Math is on the nursing entrance exam?**

The Nursing Entrance Test, or NET, uses two main components to determine your score: math and reading (although some schools may require an additional essay question). The math on the exam is representative of standard high school level education and can involve relatively basic algebraic questions.

**How can I prepare for the nursing school entrance exam?**

You can prepare for the exam by following a study guide with practice test questions. Earning a score of 65 and 55 on the math and reading sections, respectively, will make you a competitive nursing school applicant. Schools evaluate scores on the remaining four parts based on their internal standards for a passing score.