The NCLEX (National Council Licensure Examination) is a national standardized test that graduates of accredited nursing programs take to become licensed in the United States or Canada and Australia.
The NCSBN (National council of State Board of Nursing) develops and evaluates the Nclex examinations.
NCSBN reevaluates and revises the NCLEX examination patterns and questions every 3 years.
Client:- Refers to the individual, family, or group, which includes significant others and populations. For the NCLEX, clients are the equivalent of residents or patients
Prescription: Represents what is commonly known as health care orders, interventions, remedies, or treatments ordered or directed by an authorized primary healthcare provider
Primary Health Care Provider: Represents the member of the healthcare team (usually a medical physician [or other specialties, e.g. surgeon, nephrologist, etc.], nurse practitioner, etc.), licensed and authorized to formulate prescriptions on behalf of the client.
Yes, we do provide study materials.
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Yes, PCL nursing passers can take the NCLEX-RN examination and become USA registered Nurse
The number of questions given to each candidate may vary. However, a minimum of 74 to a maximum of 146 questions are delivered within the period of 5 hours
There is currently no test center in Nepal. Our nearest Test center will be India. You can choose among 9 test centers in India as your test center.