“YOU MADE IT THROUGH NURSING SCHOOL, YOU CAN MAKE IT THROUGH NCLEX”
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Since the passing standard increased in April 2013, a greater percentage of students are failing the NCLEX-RN.*
We’re here to help. Our experts who are familiar with the new test plan and passing standard changes have updated our review to mirror the newer version of the test. Our questions are NCLEX-style which include select all that apply, priority, fill-in-the-blank, critical thinking, and more.
The National Council Licensure Examination has one purpose: To determine if it’s safe for you to begin practice as an entry-level nurse. This is very different from the classroom tests at your nursing school. Your nursing school exams are knowledge-based, but NCLEX tests your ability to apply and analyze using the nursing knowledge you acquired in school. NCLEX attempts to examine how you can use critical thinking skills to make nursing judgments.
How well you do on this test will have a significant impact on your future and our goal is to provide you with the education that you need to succeed in the exam.
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*”Data from the NCSBN illustrates a drop in the NCLEX passing rates of first-time, US educated test takers, and the April 1, 2013 passing standard increase may have played a significant factor in this trend. In fact, the NCSBN had anticipated the passing rate to drop following the increase.” https://www.ncsbn.org/4699.htm