NCLEX RN stands for the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses. Nurses take this exam to pass national and state requirements and receive their nursing license.
What is the question distribution for NCLEX-RN test plan?
NCLEX-RN test plan is framed based on client needs, which includes 4 major categories.
- Safe and effective care environment
- Health promotion and maintenance
- Psychosocial integrity
- Physiological integrity
What is meant by CAT?
CAT stands for computer adaptive test. CAT is a method that merges computer technology with modern measurement theory to increase the efficiency of the exam process.
All time you answer an item, the computer re-estimates your capability based on all the previous answers and the difficulty of those items. The computer then selects the next item that you should have a 50% chance of answering correctly. This way, the next item should not be too easy or too hard. The goal is to get as much information as possible about your true ability level.
How do I register for the NCLEX-RN?
Apply and get an Authorization to Test (ATT) from your nursing regulatory body (NRB) and then register with Pearson VUE.
What are the types of question available for EXAM?
Types of questions include:
- Multiple choice items
- Fill in the blank items
- Hot spot items
- Multiple response items
- Ordered response items
- Chart /exhibit format
- Graphic questions
- Audio item format
Where I can get more information on NCLEX exam?
You can get more information from NCSBN website ( www.ncsbn.org)