Frequently Asked Question(s)
Q:Can you give me information on NCLEX-RN Test Format?
A:Candidates for NCLEX-RN have six hours to complete the test. This time duration includes questions, breaks, and tutorials. During the time, you can answer maximum of 265 questions and a minimum of 75 questions. The exam mostly consists of multiple choice items, but there are other formats as well. These include ordered response, fill-in-the-blank calculations, multiple response, and hotspots. Questions can also have video, multimedia, sound, graphics, charts, and tables.
Q:What is the duration of Taking the NCLEX-RN CAT?
A:You have a total of six hours to take the NCLEX-RN CAT. This time duration is not just to answer questions but also includes the time of breaks and tutorials. You can answer a maximum of 265 questions, and a minimum of 75 questions on the test. A major portion of the test includes multiple choice questions but there are some other question formats as well.
Q:What Should I Do For NCLEX RN Client Needs?
A:NCLEX RN questions are based on four major client needs. Candidates should familiarize themselves with the client needs of safe and effective care environment, health promotion and maintenance, psychosocial integrity, and physiological integrity. Candidates need to review the exam format and material on NCLEX Candidate Bulletin. They can also join revision courses and take help from nursing professionals.
Q:From where I can get the NCLEX RN Grading System?
A:The NCLEX-RN exam has a pass or fail format and there is no numerical score given to the candidates. It will be determined at the end of the exam whether you have passed or failed the test. The results of the test will not be available at the exam site. The result will be provided by your State Board of Nursing after two to four weeks of your test date.
Q:Can you tell me about how to register for the NCLEX-RN?
A:The first step to register for NCLEX-RN is to select a board of nursing where you wish to get your license. Then submit an application for licensure to the board of nursing of that state. Also get an eligibility letter from the board of nursing within 365 days of payment and registration. You also need to register for the exam with Pearson VUE. After receiving your Authorization to Test (ATT) letter, you can schedule an exam appointment.
Q:What topics does the NCLEX RN test?
A:The NCLEX-RN test claims to be a "test that compares an individual's knowledge to a predetermined standard rather than to the performance of others who take the same test." Questions are centered on the following nursing concepts; physiological adaptation, safety and infection control, physiological integrity and basic care and comfort.
Q:What is the NCLEX RN Test?
A:Registered Nurses must have a nursing license in order to practice in a clinical setting. To become licensed they must graduate from a state approved nursing program and pass the National Council Licensure Examination, or NCLEX-RN. The NCLEX examinations are provided in a computerized adaptive testing (CAT) format and are administered by Pearson Professional Centers.
Q:Can you tell me about RN NCLEX Questions?
A:The NCLEX examinations are provided in a computerized adaptive testing format and are administered by Pearson Professional Centers. The NCLEX-RN test claims to be a "test that compares an individual's knowledge to a predetermined standard rather than to the performance of others who take the same test." The questions are about topics like Safety and Infection Control and Health Promotion and Maintenance.