Upon completion of nursing school, aspiring nurses must successfully pass the NCLEX exam before becoming certified clinicians. This makes the NCLEX a high-stakes exam with immense career implications. It is for this reason that students often ask the following questions: When should I start studying for the NCLEX? How much time each day should I […]
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Nursing School. An experience like none other. Eye-opening, grueling, exciting, trying, adventurous, informative — it’s all these things and more.
Surviving nursing school and preparing for the NCLEX® are both tall tasks in their own right, but, in the midst of a pandemic, their difficulty grows exponentially. This is why we love stories like this one from Megan Nardino, a recent graduate of the Practical Nursing Program at Marion Technical College.
Many students preparing to take the NCLEX-RN exam, fear the unknown. How long should I study? When should I start preparing? How do I know if I’m ready?
When it comes to the NCLEX-RN exam, there is some common knowledge most students and educators already know. For example, you know it’s a Computer Adaptive Examination, you know that it’s a grueling test that can take up to six hours to complete, and you certainly know that you have to pass the exam to gain licensure and begin practicing.
Learn how Eileen Agyei, a student at the University of New Brunswick/Humber College in Canada, used UWorld’s NCLEX QBank to pass the NCLEX exam.
Self-assessments help a Nevada State College student in an accelerated BSN program prepare and pass the NCLEX® exam.
The hopes of every instructor in a nursing program are to see all their students succeed. The very best teachers and administrators aren’t satisfied until they know that every single student has comprehended the material and is well-positioned for clinical success.
In the spring of 2018, Dr. Tammy Kasprovich was facing a challenge common to nursing programs all over the country—improving NCLEX pass rates.