What is the NCLEX-RN?
The NCLEX-RN, or the National Council Licensure Examination, is the standardised test that all aspiring nurses must pass in order to practise in the United States.
The NCLEX-RN is formatted as a Computer Adaptive Test (CAT), meaning that the questions are modified according to how well or how poorly you are answering them.
Because the computer adapts the test to your individual performance, every nurse will write a different kind of NCLEX-RN. This also means that the test could consist of anywhere between 75-and 145 questions. No matter what, the exam will terminate after five hours of testing, and you will be issued either a pass or a fail report (no scores).
The NCLEX-RN might sound daunting, but our NCLEX training program will put you in the best possible position to approach the exam with confidence and pass on your first try!
What is the NCLEX training program?
Adevia Health is distinguished by our commitment to your success in the NCLEX-RN. That’s why our NCLEX training process includes a number of tailored programs designed to support you wherever you are in your learning journey. Every aspect of our programs is designed to give you the best possible chance of passing the NCLEX-RN on your first try.
The NCLEX-24 is Adevia Health’s very own NCLEX training course which runs for a total of 24 weeks. You can expect online learning modules which take place via the Adevia learning portal, weekly quizzes, course assignments, online lectures, and tutorials. The program is augmented by live tutorials in multiple cities across Africa and Nepal.
The NCLEX-24 is supplemented by several smaller programs designed to target your NCLEX-RN preparation from every possible angle. By the time you have completed our entire NCLEX preparation program, you’ll be in the best possible position to enter your NCLEX exam with confidence and pass it with ease!
Intensive NCLEX Review (INR) Center
Eligible nurses will be sent to our state-of-the-art INR Centre (the first of its kind!), where you’ll enjoy comfortable lodgings, in-house catering, and an intensive NCLEX-RN review program which takes place in the five days before your NCLEX exam date. You can expect face-to-face tutoring customised to focus on challenging NCLEX areas, as well as one-on-one support from our expert tutors.