What is a NCLEX exam? How can I prepare for it and pass? And is worth it or not?
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The NCLEX (National Council Licensure Examination) I an exam that tests the competency of nursing school graduates for the licensing of nurses in the United States, Canada, and Australia.
The NCLEX exam is considered as a pretty difficult test, its questions are designed to test your critical thinking, nursing process knowledge and assessment skills.
This exam concerns the nursing student, especially for those who have an Associate Degree in Nursing (AND) or bachelor’s degree in Nursing. In the exam, the exam length range between 75 to 145 items.
Yes, it worth, as it is a different exam from any test that you took in nursing school. And it is main and only purpose is to determine if you are safe to practice as an entry-level nurse.
First, you must create a Study Plan and spend at least 8hours a week preparing for the exam. Maintain this routine but don’t forget to take study breaks.
Also, try to use available resources, and answer the practice questions. More you practice, more you become in the safe place.