NCLEX Assistance

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by Gayle Sanfacon Gayle Sanfacon (New) New

Hi! I'm new to this thread... I have a question that I'm hoping to get answer for. I currently live in NH. I Graduated in 2014 from Nursing school, and have taken the NCLEX 3 times. Unfortunately, I did not pass after taking the ride all the way through 265 questions two times of the three that I took the exam. I have had a fear of taking it again since and just gave up n myself. I realize that it has been some time, but want to take a course through Kaplan to refresh and hopefully take the exam again and PASS! I have stayed in Medical and have been working as a Medical Assistant and need to move on... I'm not sure where I can take the test. I know not in NH. I'm posting here for some help...hopefully there is someone that can lead me in the right direction.

Rose_Queen, BSN, MSN, RN

Specializes in OR, education. Has 16 years experience.

Hello, @Gayle Sanfacon, we have moved your post into a new topic in the NCLEX forum for the best responses. 

emtpbill, ASN, RN, EMT-P

Specializes in EMT since 92, Paramedic since 97, RN and PHof 2021.

265 questions?????

   Wow, I thought it was 165 or around about that.

 

 

Rose_Queen, BSN, MSN, RN

Specializes in OR, education. Has 16 years experience.

2 minutes ago, emtpbill said:

265 questions?????

   Wow, I thought it was 165 or around about that.

 

 

That was the max prior to COVID. It was reduced during the pandemic and likely will return to normal … one day

emtpbill, ASN, RN, EMT-P

Specializes in EMT since 92, Paramedic since 97, RN and PHof 2021.

1 minute ago, Rose_Queen said:

That was the max prior to COVID. It was reduced during the pandemic and likely will return to normal … one day

Gotcha.   Thanks

NotMyProblem MSN, ASN, BSN, MSN, LPN, RN

Specializes in Med/Surg, LTACH, LTC, Home Health. Has 35 years experience.

If you’re hoping to remain in NH, one option is to pick the closest state that will allow testing in your situation. Once you pass, you call apply for a job at a VAMC in NH or anywhere in the country off that valid license. Best of luck to you!

Hey Gayle im in the same situation as you and was wondering if you found a state thag will let you test 

Damion Jenkins, MSN, RN

Specializes in NCLEX Prep Expert - 100% Pass Rate!. Has 11 years experience.

On 10/14/2021 at 10:51 AM, Gayle Sanfacon said:

Hi! I'm new to this thread... I have a question that I'm hoping to get answer for. I currently live in NH. I Graduated in 2014 from Nursing school, and have taken the NCLEX 3 times. Unfortunately, I did not pass after taking the ride all the way through 265 questions two times of the three that I took the exam. I have had a fear of taking it again since and just gave up n myself. I realize that it has been some time, but want to take a course through Kaplan to refresh and hopefully take the exam again and PASS! I have stayed in Medical and have been working as a Medical Assistant and need to move on... I'm not sure where I can take the test. I know not in NH. I'm posting here for some help...hopefully there is someone that can lead me in the right direction.

Hi Gayle - there are lots of options for you. I'd love to have a discussion with you to see if I can get you on track towards passing the NCLEX and starting your Nursing Career. You can find my contact information on my profile here - or feel free to respond in this thread. 

We NEED YOU - so I am here to help.

Best,

Damion