NCLEX-RN

Practice and prepare for the NCLEX-RN with resources to become a licensed registered nurse: certification information, study guides, NCLEX-RN practice tests, courses and more. To become licensed as a registered nurse, a nurse will have to take the NCLEX-RN exam.
 
Test Item Organization Description Cost
NCLEX-RN Practice Test
NCLEX-RN Practice Test
Location Type: Online

Organization: Tests.com
Address: USA
Tests.com
Take a free practice test to see how prepared you are for a registered nurse certification exam. Free
NCLEX-RN Practice Exam
NCLEX-RN Practice Exam
Location Type: Online

Organization: Tests.com
Address: USA
Tests.com
A 750 question practice test to help you prepare for the NCLEX-RN exam. The answers are fully explained. Use the TestSim platform to simulate the actual exam. You get an ebook version of the test as well, with online flashcards. Instant scoring and review. 49.95
NCLEX Flashcard Study System
NCLEX Flashcard Study System
Location: Beaumont
Location Type: Online

Organization: FlashcardSecrets
Address: 3827 Phelan #179Beaumont USA 77707
FlashcardSecrets
Flashcards to help raise your score on the NCLEX-RN exam
NCLEX-RN Practice Questions Organized by Topic
NCLEX-RN Practice Questions Organized by Topic
Location Type: Online

Organization: Tests.com
Address: USA
Tests.com
24 Free sample questions from our full-length practice exam. Free
National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN)
National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN)
Location: Chicago IL
Phone: (312) 525-3600
Location Type: Online

Organization: National Council of State Boards of Nursing
Address: 111 East Wacker DriveChicago USA IL 60601
Phone: (312) 525-3600
National Council of State Boards of Nursing
(312) 525-3600
NCSBN develops the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN). The exam is used by boards of nursing to assist in making licensure decisions.



NCLEX-RN Review

- expert from The NCLEX-RN Practice Exam by MEG BRANNAGAN, RN, BSN, Nurse Curriculum Writer

You have finished nursing school. Your clinical requirements are complete and you are ready to graduate. Congratulations on achieving this significant event! There is just one more thing you need to do before you can practice as a registered nurse: pass your licensure exam. The National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN)  is a test that measures your knowledge and competence to perform the required duties of an entry-level registered nurse.NCLEX-RN Practice Test

The NCLEX; is developed through the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN), which works to regulate nursing care throughout the individual boards of nursing in the United States. Although you will work under the jurisdiction of your state board of nursing where you will practice, the NCSBN works with individual states to standardize testing for registered nurse candidates.

The NCLEX questions are written based on information gathered through analyzing the practices of entry-level registered nurses. The exam questions are then formulated by registered nurses with advanced education and training. The purpose of the exam is to assess your knowledge and understanding of the nursing process, your critical thinking skills and how you apply appropriate safety measures. The exam questions are designed to thoroughly test these factors by using questions to measure your general knowledge of nursing concepts as well as provide scenarios that will require you to consider what to do next. Additionally, the questions will contain certain aspects of nursing that are beyond just the technical skill requirements or knowledge background. Many questions will also incorporate concepts such as caring, client education, communication with others, documentation of work, and knowledge of the nursing process. 

NCLEX-RN Practice

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Eileen Johnson, RN, MSN
is a registered nurse and medical writer who has worked in nursing for over 20 years. Eileen was an item writer for the Board of Certification of Emergency Nursing.


Alene Burke, RN, MSN
is a registered nurse since 1976. She is a multidisciplinary nursing educator who has taught nurses for the last 25 years and developed college level curriculum.


Chelsea Homich, RN, MSN
is a nurse educator at the Pittsburgh Technical Institute where she teaches nursing students foundational nursing courses.


Meg Brannagan, RN, BSN
is a medical writer, specializing in courses and curriculum designed for practicing nurses. She has practiced clinical nursing and medical writing for over 12 years.