NCLEX-RN (National Council Licensure Examination-Registered Nurse). All the boards of nursing in states and territories of the US require aspirants to clear this examination for licensure as a registered nurse (RN).
The test structure
It uses computer adaptive testing (CAT) to measure the competencies required to show safely and effectively as a newly licensed, entry-level nurse. Every one gets different questions based on how you answered previous questions. You are required to clear a minimum of 75 questions to a maximum of 265 questions. If the first 75 gets right you won’t be asked to answer more.
The NCLEX-RN is composed of basically multiple-choice, four-option, text-based questions written according to the applicants level of difficulty. These questions may include charts, tables, or graphic images. There are three components of an NCLEX-RN exam multiple-choice question.
Before Exam Registration
NCLEX Registration and Language competency exams
Before you can take the NCLEX, you’ll need to undergo a language test . To get this, you’ll need to apply at IELTS , PTE , TOEFL . You will want to start practising and training well in advance of your target date for taking the exam.
Preparation for the NCLEX
Review the Few bulletins and familiarize yourself with the format of the NCLEX RN TEST plans. It is also important to locate you test venue as chances of filling up is high.
How to clear NCLEX RN !
1. Prepare for test with all available materials.
2. Create a proper lesson plan with a trainer
3. Manage your stress level and work in computer with mock tests available in your training centre
4. Keep a regular assessment of your level
5. Use good resources and practise daily
To clear the NCLEX RN, students need to plan to spend a minimum of 1-2 month training – intensive and focused studying. If for whatever reason, student does not pass, it is possible to reappear the NCLEX after a 45 day waiting time .