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What is NCLEX?

NCLEX stands for National Council Licensure Examination, the national council licensure examination is a national wide examination for the licensing of nurses in the United States, Canada and Australia. There are two types, the NCLEX-RN and NCLEX PN.


  •  CGFNS
  •  Board Apply
  •  Pearson Vue
  •  Exam Date Booking (ATT)

What is CGFNS?

(Commission on Graduates of Foreign Nursing Schools). It screens and foreign educated registered nurses (RNs) to determine their competency to practice in the United States.

Board Apply

Every state has their own rules and regulation of your process depends on which state you choose to apply for.

Pearson Vue:

Pearson Vue is the body that conducts the test once the professional certificate is clear. Digital photo, signature and palm vein recognition are used in the center to identify and verify the candidate.

Authorization to test (ATT)

Once Pearson Vue is approved the candidate will receive authorization to test from their nursing board with ATT, candidates will receive 3 months (6 months due to pandemic) time duration. During which they need to book a date and appear for the exam schedule

How difficult is NCLEX Exam?

The NCLEX exam is taken by nurses all around the world, whose goal is to become United States -Registered Nurse due to which the exam is based on the average score the nurses get. The compensation of the exam will consist of a minimum 75 questions and a maximum of 145 question. You will have 5 hours to complete the exam. The NCLEX exam is a computerized adaptive test (CAT) based that means the computer will produce question and result precisely and efficiently based on fewer items targeting items to candidate’s ability. The candidate will get next question based on, how they solved the previous one. Each question will have 50% chance of being correct and 50% of being incorrect which is determined based on the continuous survey NCSBN conduct on the questions. In conclusion the question is neither easy nor difficult it depends on how you solve the question.