What to do after you pass the NCLEX?

What to do after you pass the NCLEX?

Do the following if choosing to retake the NCLEX:

  1. Contact your NRB and notify them that you plan to retake the exam. Determine what fees or materials you need to submit to the NRB.
  2. Reregister with Pearson VUE and pay the fee.
  3. Wait to receive your new ATT.
  4. Schedule your new exam.

When can I start working after passing NCLEX?

A rule of thumb is to take the NCLEX between about two weeks to four or five weeks after graduation. Keep in mind that many employers require that you pass the NCLEX before you can apply for any nursing positions.

What’s next after passing nursing?

In order to be eligible to take the NCLEX after you graduate from nursing school, you must apply for licensure/registration with your state’s Board of Nursing/regulatory body, as well as register to take the NCLEX exam with Pearson VUE.

How do I know I passed the NCLEX?

Check Your Email: After you have taken your test you should receive an email for confirmation that your testing center has been noticed of the completion of the test. Go to the National Council of State Boards of Nursing and click on the “Sign-In” option. You should now be taken to the The NCLEX® Examination Page.

How do you know if you failed the NCLEX?

Run-Out-Of-Time-Rule (R.O.O.T.) So, one sign that you did fail the NCLEX is if you ran out of time before completing the minimum 75 questions. Other than that one scenario, unfortunately, you’re going to have to wait for those official results to really know whether or not you passed.

How long does it take to get unofficial NCLEX results?

approximately six weeks
Upon completion of your NCLEX, if your nursing regulatory body participates in the Quick Results Service, you can access unofficial results two business days after the exam. Official results will be sent to you by your nursing regulatory body approximately six weeks after your NCLEX exam date.

What state is the easiest to take Nclex?

#1 Minnesota They accept a wide range of English proficiency exams, their application fee is inexpensive, and their processing time is 5 business days once all documents are received. That is a quicker processing time than most U.S Boards of Nursing!

What do you need to get on the NCLEX to pass?

According to a recent release from the NCSBN, the passing logit score for the NCLEX-RN (through 2019) is 0.00. Basically, this means that you need to be answering the medium difficulty questions correctly at least 50% of the time to pass.

Do I have to take the NCLEX again?

Once you have your license, only endorsement is needed. If you are an ASN & pass the NCLEX- RN you don’t ever have to take the NCLEX again unless you let your license lapse too long.

How to pass NCLEX-RN exam?

How to pass NCLEX-RN! ORGANIZATION AND CONFIDENCE. Set a schedule that works best for you to focus on studying about three hours a day, 4-5 days a week (essential). TEST PREP/STUDY GUIDES. Kaplan RN test prep is a necessity! SET A TEST DATE. Set a date that is a least three weeks away after you have done your comprehensive review (if needed). TEST DAY.

Did I fail the NCLEX?

There are 5 tell-tale signs of someone who is likely to fail the NCLEX: School Quality : Graduated from a low-performing nursing school (NCLEX pass rate less than 85%) Graduation Date: You graduated from nursing school more than 6 months ago.