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(1) The NCLEX RN exam is for candidates who have finished an Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) or a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing (BSN). (2) The NCLEX PN exam is only for practical and vocational nurses who have acquired a diploma in Licensed Vocational Nursing or a License in Practical Nursing.
Test-takers must pay a $200 fee to take either the NCLEX-RN or NCLEX-PN, which they can do online or over the phone.
And if you are wondering how often you can take the NCLEX, the NCSBN retake policy allows for a retake eight times a year, ensuring 45 exam-free days between each test.
Your application is valid for one (1) year from the date we receive your application. If your application is incomplete, you will have this one year period to complete the requirements. If the one year has lapse and it is still incomplete, your application will be discarded and application fee will not be refunded.
The registration fee to take the NCLEX-PN or the NCLEX-RN exam in the United States is $200. For candidates registering for the NCLEX-RN in Canada, the fee is $360 (Canadian). If a test-taker changes his or her nursing regulatory body after registering for the NCLEX, there is a $50 fee (United States and Canada)
No. The National Council of State boards of Nursing (NCSBN) continues to collect data on new item types it will introduce on the Next Generation NCLEX Exams Questions. It is also building the necessary technology to support the unique item types that will assess clinical judgment.
If you didn’t pass the Nclex Exam Questions, you’ll receive an NCLEX Candidate Performance Report (CPR). The CPR is an individualized document that shows how a candidate performed in each of the test plan content areas. Candidates who fail the exam can use the CPR as a guide to prepare them to retake the Nclex Exam.