The NCSBN offered NGN announcements and updates at the 2021 NCSBN NCLEX Conference. Read on to discover the major takeaways for you and your nursing program.
The American Academy of Nurse Practitioners certification examination (also known as the AANP® FNP exam) is an entry-level examination for candidates who have met the experience and educational requirements to become a nurse practitioner and wish to gain NP licensure. What Does the AANP Test? The AANP FNP exam is competency-based and examines clinical knowledge […]
Many people ask what are the differences between a NP and a PA. In this post, we discuss the distinctions and the similarities in these two professions.
UWorld is pleased to announce the launch of our new FNP Question Bank. Discover how this addition to our suite of learning tools can benefit your nursing program today.
Learn how much time students will have to take the Next Generation NCLEX exam, the number of questions administered to each student, and what mix of traditional vs. Next Gen-style items that students must answer.
With 2023 quickly approaching, we sat down with our new Director of Nursing Education, Karen Sutherland PhD, RN, and asked her to offer some insight about NGN from her unique experience and vantage point
Key decision makers in nursing education should be aware of two federally sponsored programs that provide annual grant funding towards career readiness — the Perkins Grant and HRSA Grants.
Limitations on the number of attempts can vary from state to state, but the NCSBN states that authorized candidates are permitted to take the NCLEX eight times a year as long as there are 45 test-free days between each attempt.