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  1. allnurses

    How Many Times Can You Take the NCLEX?

    NCLEX Attempts: National and State Regulations The National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN), the organization responsible for the development and administration of the NCLEX, allows candidates to retake the exam up to eight times a yea...
  2. I am a student nurse & I've passed everything but my last class of the RN program (critical care). Because I failed this class by 2.5 points on my exam, I am unable to graduate & am being asked to take the LPN course & then re-enroll into...
  3. I'm In California but I attended school in Florida and took my boards in Florida. But, they only allow 3 tries for NCLEX test takers. My plan was to take Florida boards and endorse it to Cali. I was just wondering if I have option to apply to diff...
  4. Unlike Florida, PA Board of Nursing has authority over nursing program approval and program closure. It closely monitors NCLEX pass rates with nursing programs moved to provisional status if NCLEX pass rates dip below 80%. PA NCLEX pass rate is usua...
  5. The National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) is the official licensing examination for nurses in the United States of America, Canada, and Australia, used to determine if nurses are safe to practice. There are many study guides available t...
  6. Administered by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN), the NCLEX (National Council Licensure Examination) is a standardized exam that assesses the competencies and knowledge of individuals seeking to become licensed nurses in the Un...
  7. Picmonic NCLEX-RN Overview Picmonic for Nursing covers many topics commonly tested on the NCLEX exam, such as pharmacology, fundamentals of nursing, medical-surgical nursing, pediatric nursing, psychiatric nursing, and more. The platform aims to ...
  8. The NCLEX-RN is a computerized adaptive test (CAT) designed to determine if nursing candidates meet minimum competency for entry into nursing practice. Minimum competency means that test-takers can make safe and sound nursing judgments and apply what...
  9. Easy Questions vs. Hard Questions?

    How would you be able to differentiate whether you get an easy or hard question on the NCLEX? I understand you can't post questions but what types of questions, or like "made up examples" are easy and hard? Does SATA/priority questions indicate ...
  10. I have bachelor of nursing but I didn't work as a nurse for 6 years I'm looking for a small book to review nursing and prepare my self for RN exam. What's your advice?
  11. NCLEX / HESI Study Guide

    All three of us passed the first time with 75 questions. If you know everything on this guide you will do well. Kind of long but worth studying. Best of luck to you Please give me feedback HESI Hints & NCLEX Gems Answering NCLE...
  12. Dear Nurse Beth, I have been a RN over 22 years and in one state need to take the NCLEX. Where to begin in my studies?
  13. allnurses

    Pearson Vue Trick

    Table of Contents PVT Overview How Accurate is the PVT? Does the Trick Still Work in 2023? Step-by-Step Guide Should I Try the Trick? How to Get Official NCLEX Results FAQ About the Pe...
  14. Are you eligable to take the NCLEX exam without going to a nursing school? For example, if you graduated with a BSN in another degree and just want to take the exam?
  15. Why is the NCLEX changing? The National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) developed and reviews the national NCLEX exam every three years. Reasons that led to the revision of the NCLEX include: increased technology. higher...
  16. NCLEX Next Gen, Stopped at 85 (2024)

    The NCLEX utilizes Computerized Adaptive Testing (CAT) where, unlike traditional exams with a fixed number of questions, the CAT dynamically adjusts the difficulty level of questions based on the test taker's performance. This flexible approach ...
  17. Administered by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN), the NCLEX (National Council Licensure Examination) is a standardized exam that assesses the competencies and knowledge of individuals seeking to become licensed nurses in the Un...
  18. NCLEX after 14 years??

    I graduated from Nursing school back in July 2007. I have taken the NCLEX twice and sadly failed both times. I am ready to attempt taking it again after taking a review course. I know in Michigan, where I live, I cannot take the NCLEX because it has ...
  19. Does the Pearson Vue Trick (PVT) Still Work? (2023)

    Given the recent transition to NCLEX Next Gen, reaching out to the community to see if anyone has tried the trick? If so, is it still accurate? Thanks!
  20. allnurses

    NCLEX Shut Off Poll

    In order to improve our data on the accuracy of NCLEX Shut Off rates and the likelihood of passing the NCLEX, we kindly ask that you share your results in our very quick Google Survey here for future readers and community members. When we receiv...
  21. next gen NCLEX!!

    Took the next gen NCLEX, it stopped at 85 questions and I got "that pop up" I want to trust it but I'm still nervous. 48 hours sucks. Did anyone else get the good pop up and pass?
  22. Preparing for the NCLEX exam is crucial for aspiring nurses and requires access to industry-leading study resources. Among the many options is Picmonic, an online learning platform that harnesses the power of mnemonic techniques and visual storytelli...
  23. I did my NCLEX on October 19th, 2021, had a lot of SATA questions, and I felt very confident after I got shut off at 75 questions. I thought if you got shut off at 75 it means you passed, but then I remembered it could also mean that you answered so ...
  24. The National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) is the official licensing examination for nurses in the United States of America, Canada, and Australia, used to determine if nurses are safe to practice. There are many study guides available t...
  25. PASSED NCLEX AFTER 3 TIMES

    I graduated in May 2022. Paid to take NCLEX and kept failing even after multiple review courses. I got 126 the first time , 145 the second and 78 the third time. I used UWorld the first time , Hurst and archer the second and third as well as YouTube....