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Testing & Remediation - Powered by HESI RN Psy/Mental Hlth Results Name: Institution: Naomi Durrence PHOENIX COLLEGE-ADN Date: Duration: 11/14/2017 42 Minutes 44 Seconds 74.44% Conversion Score: 845 p1521821 Student ID: HESI Score: Percentile Rank: 47.31 HESI Specialty and Exit Exams Scoring Explanation Your HESI scores range from 0 to over 1,000, and can be as high as 1,500 (depending on the difficulty level of the exam). An acceptable level of performance is 850. However, the recommended level of performance is 900 and above for all scores provided. Each school is responsible for establishing their specific standards related to outcome measures of acceptable scores. Many schools choose a certain overall score as a benchmark for progression, and such benchmarks are set at the discretion of the school’s faculty and administrators. However, when preparing for the NCLEX®, it is recommended that students seriously remediate any subject area category in which they obtained a score of less than 850. All test items are weighted according to their difficulty level. If you answer more difficult items correctly, you will get more credit than if you answer less difficult test items correctly. Because of this scoring method, it is highly probable that two students answering the same number of test items correctly will receive different scores because such scores depend not only on how many test items the student answered correctly, but also on which test items the student answered correctly. Your score reflects application of the HESI Predictability Model (HPM) to your overall score and each subject area score. Research studies have found the HPM to be highly accurate in predicting NCLEX® success. Your conversion score is a weighted percentage score that considers the average difficulty of the exam and the average difficulty of the test items you answered. Based on your faculty’s use of this exam, the conversion score may be used as a portion of your course grade. The HESI score is a better predictor of NCLEX® success than the conversion score because it reflects application of the HPM in its calculation, whereas the conversion score does not. Colored graphs depicting your scores on various subject area categories are provided throughout this report. The horizontal lines within these graphs are set at the Acceptable Level (850) and the Recommended Level (900). 11/14/2017 3:31:08PM Page 1 of 13 Session ID: 385129/Delivery ID: 470405 Printed:
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Testing & Remediation - Powered by HESI RN Psy/Mental Hlth Results Name: Institution: Naomi Durrence PHOENIX COLLEGE-ADN Date: Duration: 11/14/2017 42 Minutes 44 Seconds 74.44% Conversion Score: 845 p1521821 Student ID: HESI Score: Percentile Rank: 47.31 The Percentile Score Ranking measures your level of performance as compared to the performance of a standard or “norm” group. For this exam, the norm group consists of 41,494 nursing students from all type of RN programs (Diploma, Associate Degree, and Baccalaureate Degree) who took this HESI Specialty Exam in the last school year.
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  • Spring '14
  • Nursing, Percentile rank, HESI Score, Naomi Durrence, Psy/Mental Hlth Results

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