Due to the Covid-19 Virus, we are forced to cancel our live Spring NCLEX-RN reviews. We have, though, been able to place our entire review on line for those who still wish to take this excellent program.
To Register for the online version of our NCLEX-RN review use the link below to access it. Using this link will give you a discounted price off the regular price
Good luck and good testing
IMPORTANT INFORMATION UPDATE REGARDING THE NCLEX-RN EXAM CHANGES AS OF MARCH 25, 2020
The National Council of State Boards of Nursing has made the following changes not reflected in the online presentation. These changes have been implemented as of March 25, 2020.
To ensure social distancing measures are in effect, as well as increase the number of candidates that can test daily, the NCLEX-RN and NCLEX-PN, effective March 25, 2020 until July 4, 2020, will be administered as follows:
Computerized Adaptive Testing (CAT) will still be used
The minimum number of test items will be 60
The maximum number of test items will be 130
The maximum testing time will be 4 hours
The difficulty level and passing standard has not changed
The Next Generation NCLEX Special Research Section will NOT be included
A limited number of testing sites are open.
Updated information and FAQs can be found at this link.
There will be no test items specific to the Covid 19 virus in the current NCLEX-RN testing.
Version 6 (updated 04/27/2020)
Important Notice: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and measures imposed by the federal, state and local governments, candidate testing has been interrupted. NCSBN has worked with Pearson VUE to reopen some test centers and allow for testing in critical healthcare fields to continue to support the high demand due to COVID-19. Some changes will be made to our testing program to enable testing to resume. Key changes are addressed in the FAQs. To the extent that information elsewhere on the NCSBN website may differ or be in conflict with the FAQs, the COVID-19 Impact to NCLEX Candidates FAQs shall control. We are working as quickly as possible to update the NCSBN website and other materials. In the meantime, any questions may be directed to email@example.com.