Aug 16, 2016
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Hi,

So I feel that if I was doing very well answering questions about a specific case...it would lead to a select all that apply. However, while I did have many cases of which were followed by 4 questions or so - it did not always result in select all. Is the fact I had only 10-15 select all a bad sign??? Thank you!
 
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K
Aug 16, 2016
19
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Non-Student
By any chance, did your exam get easier towards the end?
Yes...but I think that's because I found the topics easier. Biostats and compounding. I'm good at those. So what's easy for me may not be easy for someone else
 
Aug 17, 2016
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Pharmacy Student
I too had biostats and compounding towards the end. passed Naplex and felt second half comparatively easier. dont worry !!
 
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maliciousmotive

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May 23, 2016
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By any chance, did your exam get easier towards the end?
Mine got ridiculously easy towards the end. I was sure that it was a sign that I failed since I had heard that basically the computer gives up because you aren't answering anything correctly. I passed with 120 so either that's not the case or it was just asking me questions that I found easy but might not apply to others.
 
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K
Aug 16, 2016
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well I didn't pass....by a decent amount. I was shocked with my grade. I don't know what's going on but the fact people seem to have had similar experiences to mine and passed....I also didn't have much math and the math I did have I knew. I think my name is in the system with a note next to it that says:"Never pass this person."
I too had biostats and compounding towards the end. passed Naplex and felt second half comparatively easier. dont worry !!