NCLEX-RN

CGFNS/NCLEX/CRNE/HAAD

Electronic Review is a computer hands-on review. The following are the features of the following E-review program:

 

  • Offers comprehensive nursing review curriculum that covers the key testing areas of NCLEX-RN/CGFNS/CRNE/HAAD Examinations.
  • Offers flexible self-paced review through virtual classroom and library.
  • Enhances learning through interactive multi-media lessons.
  • Improves testing skills through practice exams of over 10, 000 questions with complete rationale.
  • Identifies strengths and weaknesses through simulated computer-based testing that mimics NCLEX-CAT.
  • Includes free demonstration - initial assessment on student's strength and weak points.

 

 

NCLEX/CGFNS/CRNE e-REVIEW PROGRAM


PROGRAM A (P15,000 unlimited)

REVIEW CONTENT


  • Comprehensive Review Module
  • Diagnostic Examination with result
  • Video lecture of all nursing concepts
  • Pen and Paper Compre Exams
  • Electronic examinations in all nursing concepts
  • Pen and Paper Comprehensive Examinations with Rationalizations
  • Electronic Comprehensive Examination
  • Reinforcement - NCLEX Hot Topics
  • Reinforcement - Additional Examinations with Rationalizations
  • Reinforcement - Additional Videos, Audios and Readings
  • Post Test for Evaluation
  • Final Evaluation


PROGRAM B (P10,000 for 30 days)

REVIEW CONTENT

  • Comprehensive Review Module
  • Diagnostic Examination with result
  • Video lecture of all nursing concepts
  • Pen and Paper Compre Exams
  • Electronic examinations in all nursing concepts
  • Pen and Paper Comprehensive Examinations with Rationalizations
  • Electronic Comprehensive Examinations

 

PROGRAM C (P7,500 for 25 days)

REVIEW CONTENT

  • Comprehensive Review Module
  • Diagnostic Examination with result
  • Video lecture of all nursing concepts
  • Pen and Paper Compre Exams
  • Electronic Examinations in all nursing concepts
  • Electronic Comprehensive Examinations

NCLEX-RN Examination

The NCLEX is designed to test knowldge skills and abilities essential to the safe and effective practice of nursing at the entry level. Both the NCLEX-RN and the NCLEX-PN are variable length, computerized, adaptive test. The NCLEX is not offered in paper-and-pencil or oral examination formats.

 

The NCLEX-RN examination can be anywhere form 75 to 265 items. Of these items, 15 are pretest items that are not scored. Regardless of the number of items administered, the time limit for this examination is six hourls.

 

THE EIGHT STEPS OF THE NCLEX EXAMINATION PROCESS

1. Apply for licensure to the board of nursing in the state or territory where you wish to be licensed. Contact the state board for the requirements.

 

2. Register for the NCLEX examination with pearson VUE by mail, telephone or via the the internet.

 

3. Receive confirmation of registration from Pearson VUE.

 

4. Receive eligibility from the state board of nursing you applied for licensure with.

 

5. Receive the Authorization to test (ATT) from Pearson VUE.

 

6. Schedule an appointment to test by visiting www.pearsonvue.com/nclex or calling Pearson VUE.

 

7. Present one form of acceptable identification and your ATT on the day of the examination.

 

8. Receive your NCLEX examination results from the board of nursing you applied for licensure with within one month from your examination date.

 

For more detailed information of the NCLEX examination and registration process consult the Candidate Bulletin by visiting www.ncsbn.org or www.pearsonvue.com/nclex.

 

NCLEX TEST PLAN

The content of the NCLEX-RN Test Plan is organized into four major Client Needs categories. Two of the four categories are divided into subvategories.

 

Safe and Effective Care Environment

  • Management of Care
  • Safety and Infection Control

Healt Promotion and Maintenance

Psychosocial Integrity

Physiological Integrity

  • Basic Care and Comfort
  • Pharmacological and Parental Therapies
  • Reduction of Risk Potential
  • Physiological Adaptation

NCLEX PSYCHOMETRICS

Computerized adaptive testing (CAT)

The NCLEX is different than a traditional pencil-and-paper examintion.

NCLEX uses Computerized Adaptive Testing (CAT) to administer the items. CAT is able to produce exam results that are more stable using fewer items by targeting items to the candidate's ability. The computer's goal during the NCLEX is to determine the ability of the candidate in relation to the passing standard. Every time the candidate answers an item, the computer re-estimates the candidate's ability. With each additional answered item, the ability estimate becomes more precise.

 

Alternative Item Formats

Candidates may be administered multiple-choice items as well as items written in alternate formats. these formats may include but are not limited to multiple response, fill-in-the-blank calculation, ordered response, and/or hot spots. All item types may include multimedia such as charts, tables, graphics, sound and video.