AJ Nursing Review center provides personalized study and review to help you prepare for and pass your NCLEX-RN board exam. The review course covers the NCLEX Test plan structure, , Strategies for answering NCLEX-RN questions, types of test items, and how to prepare for the exam.
We help increase your clinical knowledge and preparation to take the NCLEX-RN board exam with confidence!Read more
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The review course follows the NCLEX-RN test plan. Sessions will cover developing a safe and effective Care Environment.
Providing and directing nursing care that enhances the care delivery set¬ting to protect clients and health care personnel.
Protecting clients and health care personnel from health and environmental hazards with rigourous safety and infection controls.
Provides and directs nursing care that incorporates expected growth and development principles; prevention and/or early detection.
Care that promotes and supports the emotional, mental and social well-being from stressful events, as well as dealing with acute or chronic mental illness.
Nurse care that promotes physical health and wellness by providing care and comfort, reducing client risk potential and managing health alterations.
The National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses is designed to test essential knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary for safe and effective practice of nursing at the entry level. Entry into the practice of nursing in the United States and its territories is regulated by the licensing authorities within each jurisdiction. To ensure public protection, each jurisdiction requires a candidate for licensure to pass an examination that measures the competencies needed to perform safely and effectively as a newly licensed, entry-level registered nurse. The exam is developed by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) and is the same no matter which state you are in or where you plan to work.
The NCLEX-RN exam is in a computerized adaptive testing format. Each test is tailored to the examinee. Every time the examinee answers a question, the computer re-estimates the examinee's ability. With every additional answer, the ability estimate gets more precise. Based upon the most recent, revised ability estimate, the computer selects the next item to be presented, such that the examinee will find it challenging (not too hard, not too easy).This way an adaptive test presents the examinee with the items that will be the most informative for measuring ability. It also reduces the number of easy items that high-ability examinees receive and reduces the number of difficult items that low-ability people receive.
In all but 4 states, students are allowed to retake NCLEX after 45 days if they did not successfully pass their first attempt. Each state has its own policy about the number of times a student may take NCLEX and at what point additional education is needed before being allowed to retest.
All states accept the National Council recommended passing standard for the NCLEX-RN examination or NCLEX-PN examination to be eligible for nursing licensure. California and New York do NOT require a different passing standard on the NCLEX-RN or the NCLEX-PN examinations for initial nurse licensure by examination.