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NCLEX Preparation

Tuesday, October 21st, 2008

Preparing for NCLEX is usually a stressful experience. After investing your time, money and energy completing nursing school, you face the challenge of taking a national licensure exam whose outcome determines if you are issued your Registered Nursing License. There are no special secrets, hidden clues or quick fixes when it comes to NCLEX. The National Council does not make past NCLEX questions available, so no one has an advantage over you. Preparing for NCLEX requires hard work, but it can be less stressful if you develop and follow a specific plan. After conducting review courses and writing review books for more than 20 years, recommendation is for you to:
Organize You should understand how the NCLEX is structured and what the test is asking of you. To obtain current NCLEX information, log onto www.ncsbn.org, the National Council of State Boards of Nursing web site.This site contains helpful information regarding the test plan, application procedures, locations of Pearson Professional Centers (testing sites), and more. Log onto ncsbn.org, go to Testing Services, and click on NCLEX Examination Candidate Bulletin. (more…)

NCLEX, NCLEX Exam Testing, RN Nursing Preparation Tests, National Nursing Review

Friday, May 16th, 2008

 

National Nursing Review assists candidates for RN and PN/LVN
licensure to prepare for the National Council Licensure Examination
(NCLEX).



 

NCLEX-RN

2006 Edit

 

NCLEX-PN

2005 Edition

National Nursing Review offers an array of NCLEX study and review aids, including review books, assessment tests, software, and online practice tests. In addition to authoring the National Nursing Review products, Sandra Smith designed and conducted NCLEX review courses throughout the US for more than 20 years.

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