I need help with NCLEX

Nursing Students NCLEX


hai iam new i am rn in india i have prepared nclex test for lvn i am confused what s diffrent lvn and rn plz send any typs.

Specializes in Medical and general practice now LTC.

moved to the NCLEX forum

i think u r move nclex forum silverdragon102

hai everyone i need nclex book any name send me

Specializes in Complex pedi to LTC/SA & now a manager.

I am guessing that English is not your first language as your syntax makes it very difficult to understand your post. Questions regarding the NCLEX-PN are generally posted in the NCLEX forum Are you trying to find out names of commonly used books to prepare for the NCLEX-PN? If you check out some of the threads in the NCLEX forum you will find many suggestions.

If you aren't looking for titles of books I'm not sure what information you are seeking.

Specializes in Complex pedi to LTC/SA & now a manager.
i think u r move nclex forum silverdragon102

Silverdragon is a site administrator who moved your thread to a more appropriate forum on this message board.

There are two levels of nursing licensure in the US. RN (registered professional nurse) and LPN (licensed practical nurse). Registered nurses also includes advanced practice nurses, clinical nurse specialists and other graduate level educated nurses in addition to nurses prepared at the 3-year diploma, 2-year associate's degree, and 4 year bachelor of science in nursing level. Practical nurses are graduates of programs that are 1-2 years in length and may have a certificate, diploma, or associates degree.

The National Council of State Boards of Nursing creates and administers the national licensing exam and publishes a test plan guide for candidates: (I've linked to the brief test plan)

LPN: https://www.ncsbn.org/2011_PN_TestPlan.pdf

RN: https://www.ncsbn.org/2010_NCLEX_RN_TestPlan.pdf

There are several articles written by an allnurses.com staff member that explain the basics of a US LPN.



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