NCLEX RN

The National Council (of State Boards of Nursing) Licensure Examination (NCLEX) Review is an intensive and comprehensive preparatory course.

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Facts About NCLEX® and Your NCLEX Prep

You’ve finished nursing school. Now it’s time to practice your profession. Here are a few things you should know about the NCLEX, the licensure exam you need to become a nurse, and your NCLEX Prep

1. The National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX), aka “The Boards,” is designed to determine that you’ll be a safe and effective nurse throughout your career. When you are eligible to take the NCLEX, you will receive an Authorization to Test (ATT). The computer-based exam costs $200, and is offered throughout the year.

2. The NCLEX-RN exam is pass/fail based on your ability to answer passing-level questions correctly. On Test Day, you will see anywhere from 75 to 265 questions and have up to 6 hours to complete the exam.

3. The NCLEX-PN® exam is pass/fail based on your ability to answer passing-level questions correctly. On Test Day, you will see anywhere from 85 to 205 questions and have up to 5 hours to complete the exam.

4. On NCLEX Test Day, you’ll have a maximum of 6 hours to complete the exam, which includes a tutorial in the beginning.

5. There is an optional break after 2 hours of testing, and another optional break after 3.5 hours of testing.

 

6. Multiple-choice questions on both the NCLEX-RN and the NCLEX-PN have 4 possible answer choices. Both exams also contain multiple-response, fill-in-the-blank, hot spots, chart/exhibit, and drag-and-drop question types.

7. When planning your NCLEX review, Kaplan Nursing suggests you start prepping three months before the exam.

8. During your NCLEX prep with Kaplan Nursing, we recommend you do up to approximately 75 practice questions per day. This will give you the opportunity to evaluate your performance and learn from your mistakes so you don’t repeat them on Test Day.

9. Your NCLEX review period with Kaplan Nursing will also give you time to scout your testing location beforehand, prepare for all possible variables, and eliminate any unwanted stressors that could arise on NCLEX Test Day.

NCLEX

The National Council (of State Boards of Nursing) Licensure Examination (NCLEX) Review is an intensive and comprehensive preparatory course.

The course aims to:
  • Enable nursing students and internationally educated nurses to pass the NCLEX in North America.
  • Enhance knowledge and develop critical thinking on the specialized areas of nursing such as medical-surgical, community, mental health, maternity and pediatrics.
  • Strengthen theoretical application on various psychosocial aspects of nursing and client centered care.

The course includes test taking techniques with over 1000 practice questions.

CPNRE 

The Canadian Practical Nurse Registration Examination (CPNRE) Review is an intensive and comprehensive preparatory course for practical nurses. 

Course Description: 

The Canadian Practical Nurse Registration Examination (CPNRE) Review is an intensive and comprehensive preparatory course that aims to: 

  • Enable nursing students and internationally educated nurses to pass the CPNRE. 
  • Enhance knowledge and develop critical thinking on the specialized areas of nursing such as medical-surgical, community, mental health, maternity and pediatrics. 
  • Strengthen theoretical application on various psychosocial aspects of nursing and client centered care. 

The course includes test taking techniques with over 1000 practice questions. 

OSCE REVIEW

The OSCE (Objective Structured Clinical Examination) Review preparatory course.

The OSCE Review aims to:
  • Prepare Internationally Educated Nurses (IENs) for the OSCE that will be administered by the College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO) through the CEHPEA.
  • Review the nursing practice standards and practice guidelines established by the CNO (e.g. therapeutic communication, confidentiality, documentation, etc.).
  • Discuss the human body systems, pathophysiology of common health issues and the nursing management required to ensure patient safety and well-being.
  • Train students with physical assessment, mental health assessment and history taking.
  • Develop communication skills and enhance critical thinking abilities through actual clinical scenario trainings and simulations.
  • Apply knowledge acquired through demonstration and practice with accuracy and confidence when providing care to acutely/chronically ill patient in OSCE simulation with standardized patient.
  • Apply advanced knowledge acquired in the course and integrate it when providing care to the acutely/chronically ill patients and their significant others in OSCE simulation with standardized patient.

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