GET READY, PASS THE NCLEX, BECOME A REGISTERED NURSE!
This is a limited seating series. Only 300 Seats Available!! Don't wait - enroll today!
How it all works...
Easy as rice:
- Enrolled students with receive DAILY NCLEX ASSIGNMENTS IN YOUR INBOX. These will be pinpoint NCLEX-RN Practice Questions (With rationales) covering the current Test Plan.
- Practice sets consist of anywhere from 50-200 NCLEX-Practice Question Sets - each delivered daily - and must be completed on the same day!
- If your score is too low, you're free to repeat the practice test as many times as you need - within the same day.
IMPORTANT: YOU MUST COMPLETE YOUR PRACTICE TEST ON THE SAME DAY RECEIVED.
How Will You Know That You are Well-Prepared and Ready to Take/Retake the Examination?: When you are getting a consistent average 80% (or more) correct in all of the questions in this Practice Series, you should be ready!
Most of all, you are ready when you change the “tape recorder” in your mind that keeps saying “I may fail” to “I haven’t PASSED yet,” and from “I hope I pass” to “I WILL PASS!”
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A 30-DAY PINPOINT NCLEX-RN PRACTICE TEST IMMERSIVE
The National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RNs® ) is administered to graduates of nursing schools to test the knowledge, abilities, and skills necessary for entry-level safe and effective nursing practice.
The examination is developed by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing, Inc. (NCSBN), an organization with representation from all state boards of nursing.
The same examination is used in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and United States territories.
The exam is also administered at international test centers worldwide.1 Students who have graduated from baccalaureate, diploma, and associate-degree programs in nursing must pass this examination to meet licensing requirements in the United States.
Test Plan Details:
Test plans, or test blueprints, are developed to indicate the components and the relative weights of the components that will be tested on an exam. Because exams test both content (knowledge) and process (critical thinking, synthesis of information, clinical decision-making), test plans usually have two or three dimensions.
Understanding the category of client needs is key to recognizing the types of questions that are found on the licensing exam and the relative emphasis given to the category based on the percentage of questions from that category on the exam.
The NCLEX-RN test plan also is organized according to four integrated processes. These include the nursing process, caring, communication and documentation, and teaching/learning
The NCLEX-RN test plan includes questions from all steps of the nursing process. The five phases of the nursing process are:
(4) implementation, and
COMMON EXAM FORMAT QUESTION:
WHAT IS 'COMPUTER ADAPTIVE TESTING'?
The NCLEX-RN is administered using computer adaptive testing (CAT) procedures. CAT uses the memory and speed of the computer to administer a test individualized for each candidate.
When the examination begins, the computer randomly selects a question of medium diffi culty. The next question is based on the candidate’s response to the previous question.
If the question is answered correctly, an item of similar or greater difficulty is generated; if it is answered incorrectly, a less difficult item is selected. Thus, the test is adapted for each candidate. Once competence has been determined, the exam is completed at a passing level.
CAT has several advantages. For example, an exam can be given in less time because candidates potentially have to answer fewer questions. CAT exams also can be administered frequently, allowing a graduate of a nursing program to take the exam following graduation, receive the results quickly, and enter the work force as a registered nurse in less time than is possible with paper-and-pencil exams.
Study results also show that, because CAT is self paced, candidates undergo less stress.
Each NCLEX-RN test is generated from a large pool of questions (a test item bank) based on the NCLEX-RN test plan. The test item bank includes all types of questions, but an individual candidate may or may not receive each type of question, depending on the questions generated from the item bank for each candidate. The exams for all candidates are derived from the same large pool of test items.
- Enroll today, and for less than $2/day, begin the most comprehensive practice (with rationales, study and exam tips, reference topics, and adaptive tests, teacher notes and more!)
- Pinpoint topics and comprehensive practice sets that will cover the current test plan and all your other test prep requirements.
- Take the first step towards passing the NCLEX-RN Exam and becoming a Registered Nurse!
Quick NCLEX EXAM TIP: In a standard four-answer NCLEX multiple-choice question, if you can systematically eliminate false answers, you can reduce the four-answer question to a two-answer one and thereby make your chances as good as those in the true-false type of question; that is, the odds will favor your guessing half of the answers correctly.