The National Council Licensure Examination, more popularly known as NCLEX is a nationwide examination for medical licensing in the United States and Canada.
The NCLEX examinations are under the guidance of an institution named National Council of State Boards of Nursing, Inc., or NCSBN Inc. They administer these NCLEX examinations on behalf of its more than 50 State Boards of Nursing in the United States.
This standardized test is use to determine if one nurse candidate is eligible to work on his or her chosen state regulatory board in the United States.
This exam is for candidates who completed an Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) or a Bachelor's Degree in Nursing (BSN).
An NCLEX Exam exclusive for practical and vocational nurses who obtained a diploma in Licensed Vocational Nursing or License in Practical Nursing (LVNs/LPNs).
A typical NCLEX-RN/PN Application process for international candidates consists the following phases:
1 - Choose your preferred state for NCLEX
There are more than 50 different State Boards of Nursing (SBN) in the U.S.A. and each of them has a different set of requirements, regulations, and fees. One international candidate may qualify to one state while another applicant may not depending on their level of education, work experience and so much more. Due to this complex system, candidates are advised to seek assistance from a specialized application preparation center to avoid financial losses and delays that may cause rejections on their applications.
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