NCLEX (National Council Licensure Examination) is the best opportunity to study abroad from Nepal. This is the reason why NCLEX Nepal is becoming popular among Nepalese students day by day. The more its popularity is increasing the demand for NCLEX study guide is increasing.
It becomes very difficult for students to apply for NCLEX in Nepal without proper guidance. Therefore, we have decided to clear all the doubts students may have about the NCLEX exam, providing a proper NCLEX study guide. In this article, we will answer all the questions students might have about NCLEX. Stay tuned.
What is NCLEX?
NCLEX is a form of test international nursing graduates participate in to earn nursing licenses in the United States, Canada and Australia. There are two types of NCLEX: I. NCLEX-RN and II. NCLEX-PN. A nursing graduate participates in NCLEX-RN to earn the license of a registered nurse while one participates in NCLEX-PN to earn the license of a practical nurse.
How Much NCLEX Costs?
Examinations fees for both NCLEX-RN and NCLEX-PN are equal. To participate in each exam will cost you $200. Additional NCLEX exam costs will depend on which State Board of Nursing you applied for. To apply for NCLEX, you can send your NCLEX application to the National Council of State Boards of Nursing. You can also resister your NCLEX application through a phone call but you will have to pay an additional $9.50 service fee for phone registration.
What are the Requirements to Apply for NCLEX?
It will be unfair if we are discussing a study guide and do not mention the requirements to apply for NCLEX. To be eligible to apply for an NCLEX exam, firstly you must be be a resisted nurse (RN) of Nepal. Other requirements depend on which state of which country you apply for a nursing license.
What Type of Questions Are Asked in NCLEX?
Basically, questions in an NCLEX exam are asked from four sections and each section is equally important to pass the NCLEX exam with a high score. The categories of questions are:
I. Safe and Effective Care Environment: Questions dealing with patient care, preventions of injuries and infections, pediatric patients’ safety, laboratory tests and their results etc.
II. Health Promotion and Maintenance: Questions related to pregnancy, labor, delivery, pregnancy symptoms and complications, infant care, birth control measures, pregnancy prevention, sexually transmitted diseases etc.
III. Psychological Integrity: Questions dealing with psychiatric problems, organic mental disorders, anxiety disorders, substance abuse, crisis intervention, schizophrenia etc.
IV. Physiological Integrity: Questions dealing with diabetes, infectious diseases, neurological disorders, renal diseases, respiratory diseases, skin disorders etc.
For more NCLEX study guide, contact our NCLEX Nepal team. NCLEX Nepal is the best NCLEX preparation center in Nepal. We provide nursing graduates proper guidance and help them increase their scores in NCLEX. In addition to providing a NCLEX course, our institute also provides preparation classes for OET, OBA and PLAB.