How The NCLEX Works (Part I): Computerized Adaptive Testing - page 2
by TheCommuter, ASN, RN Senior Moderator | 36,929 Views | 12 Comments
The NCLEX is of the utmost importance to your future in the nursing profession. After all, you will not be issued a nursing license anywhere in the United States if you have not taken and passed the NCLEX. And if you do not... Read More
- 0Jun 28, '12 by TheCommuter, ASN, RN Senior ModeratorIn addition, this article has a second part:
- 0Jan 31, '13 by TheCommuter, ASN, RN Senior ModeratorQuote from RN_wannabThere's no proof or indications that the time you spend answering each question is being monitored or counted for (or against) the test taker.Does the NCLEX really look at how long you spent on a question? I'm a little obsessive and spend a good amount of time (not excessive haha) reading each quesion and answer choice. Will that hurt me?
However, my personal strategy was to spend no more than one minute on each question. If you don't know it, then you just don't know it, so there's no point in wasting precious time on any one question.