All about the NCLEX®
It is a hurdle every nurse to be has to take. We’re in this together!
4 Steps to NCLEX® Success [Free Online Event with Prof. Lawes]
4 steps to success, 3 key takeaways – join us for a cozy live session with our top educator Prof. Rhonda Lawes to clear up all your NCLEX doubts and questions. You’re not alone!
How to Study for the NCLEX® – and Pass! NGN Tips & Strategies
The NCLEX is a hurdle every nursing student has to take – and it is doable! This blog post presents the best strategies you can apply to prepare for the NCLEX exam, create a solid NCLEX study schedule, find the most suitable NCLEX review course, and how to best utilize practice questions to help you succeed. Keep reading for tips and tricks that will help you conquer the exam and launch your nursing career.
NCLEX® Registration Guide: How to, When, and Costs
This blog post offers a comprehensive guide on how and when to register for the NCLEX exam, including eligibility criteria, exam fees, and registration process. Whether it’s choosing a testing center of avoiding common mistakes, this article will help you navigate the NCLEX registration process.
NCLEX® Scoring: Everything You Need to Know
Every new nursing grad knows that it isn’t over once you walk out at graduation–you still have to pass the NCLEX exam. The NCLEX exam is how nurses acquire their license to practice, and it is used to determine a new nurse’s skills and knowledge for entry-level nursing. Unlike many other exams you’ll take in nursing school, the NCLEX is unique in the way it is scored. You won’t receive a grade or a score on the NCLEX, it is simply pass or fail. This article will share all about NCLEX scoring to help you best prepare.
Next Gen NCLEX® Question Type Guide [+ Examples]
The Next Gen NCLEX introduces a number of new question types that focus more strongly on critical thinking skills. Keep reading to get an overview of the new question types and try the free practice questions below to get an idea of the new questions for yourself!
What Happens If You Fail the NCLEX®?
After all the hard work you did to graduate nursing school successfully, you still face one major hurdle to becoming a Registered Nurse. We all know what it is — that’s right, the NCLEX® or National Council Licensure Examination.
Surviving Your NCLEX® Test Day
I don’t know any nursing student who hasn’t on multiple occasions thought about their future NCLEX®. We spend years’ worth of blood, sweat, and tears working our way through evaluations to reach the NCLEX® grand finale, the gatekeeper to our career aspirations.
If your exam is fast approaching and you are feeling the pressure, I’ve got some information to help calm your nerves.
NCLEX® Changes 2023 — All You Need to Know About the New NCLEX® Format
From the moment of starting nursing school, every piece of knowledge and skill mastered is geared toward one goal—earning a nursing license. And even after donning graduation robes, there is still one more step to go through: the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX®)!
What does NCLEX® stand for?
NCLEX® is short for “National Council Licensure Examination”. It is the licensing exam nurses to be have to pass in the United States to obtain the right to practice as a nurse.
When is the NCLEX® changing?
A new format of the NCLEX® has been announced to go into effect in April 2023 (“Next Gen NCLEX®”).
How to pass the NCLEX®
The most effective way to successfully pass your NCLEX® is to combine different learning modalities:
First, deep-dive into the topics with video lessons hosted by competent educators. Next, apply what you’ve learned in practical situations by answering clinical case questions in the Qbank.
Lastly, make sure you retain information long-term by regularly reviewing your knowledge with Spaced-Repetition quizzes.
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