Your NAPLEX Score
Your NAPLEX® score is a scaled score, meaning that your final score is neither a number-correct score, nor percent-correct score, but rather an independent value based on measures such as the number of questions you answered correctly and the difficulty of the questions you were asked. A scaled score of 75 or better is considered passing.
If you fail to answer all 185 questions, your score will be penalized. If you fail to answer at least 162 questions, you will get no score at all. You should answer all questions, even if you have to guess.