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Your next challenge in the pursuit of a career in nursing is the NCLEX. What exactly is this exam all about?
The National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) is an independent not-for-profit organization through which boards of nursing act and counsel together on matters of common interest and concern affecting public health, safety and welfare, including the development of nursing licensure exams. The NCSBN is dedicated to developing psychometrically sound and legally defensible nurse licensure and certification exams consistent with current practice.
Requirements for eligibility to take the NCLEX and to get a license/registration authorization are determined by the board of nursing or regulatory body (BON/RB) of the institution where you intend to practice. You should first apply to the BON/RB. Once you receive the Authorization to Test, you can schedule your exam with Pearson VUE.
All NCLEX tests utilize Computerized Adaptive Testing (CAT). CAT is designed to target each candidate’s unique ability. Everyone begins with an item of relatively low difficulty. From that point forward, the candidate’s progression is dependent on his/her performance. The exam ends when the computer can determine with 95% confidence that a candidate’s performance is either above or below the passing standard, regardless of the number of items answered or the amount of testing time elapsed. There are no predetermined number of questions for the exams, but a maximum time for the NCLEX-RN is 6 hours and the NCLEX-PN is 5 hours. Multiple-choice, 4-option, text-based questions make up most of the exams. Items are written at an application/analysis level of difficulty. Some alternate formats are used and may include multiple-response, hot spot, fill-in-the-blank, and drag and drop (ordered response). Content for each NCSBN exam (Detailed Test Plans) is available online at www.ncsbn.org.
Official results will be sent to the candidate approximately 6 weeks after taking the exam. Most U.S. boards of nursing participate in quick results service which offers access to unofficial results 2 business days after taking the exam. A small fee is assessed if quick results is desired and available.