NCLEX-RN


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NCLEX-RN

abbreviation for National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses.

NCLEX-RN

Abbreviation for National Council Licensure Examination-Registered Nurse.

NCLEX–RN

National Council Licensure Examination–Registered Nurse.
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HWSM applies the age-sex distribution derived from the NLN survey on first-time NCLEX-RN test takers (which includes foreign-educated nurses).
Rx for NCLEX-RN success: reflections on development of an effective preparation process for senior baccalaureate students.
The study did not examine the correlation between the three exams and first-time NCLEX-RN pass rates.
The effectiveness of a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program depends on these three important outcome measures: retention, graduation, and NCLEX-RN pass rates.
The study participant population was drawn from all students who graduated from a Mid-Atlantic, private university, completed the NCLEX-RN, and whose exam results were received between December 2008 and May 2009.
The number of persons taking NCLEX-RN for the first time has doubled since 2000.
Any preparing to take the NCLEX-RN exam will find the updated 2011-12 NCLEX-RN Strategies, Practice, and Review to be a 'must have' in the arsenal of review strategies.
Graduates now far exceed national NCLEX-RN licensure exam pass rates every year, with a current five-year average of 97% passing on the first attempt.
AUC's nursing class carried a 100 percent pass rate this past spring on its NCLEX-RN state board exam.
Almost 34,000 foreign-educated nurses took the NCLEX-RN registered nurse license exam in 2005, with 44 percent passing the exam, suggesting a great deal of interest among foreign-educated nurses in working in the United States (NCSBN 2006).
nursing programs sat for the NCLEX-RN examination in 1995.
The odds for success on NCLEX-RN by nurse candidates from a four-year baccalaureate nursing program.