NCLEX (National Council Licensure Examination) is a nationwide examination that international students participate in for a nursing license in the United States, United Kingdom and Australia. There are two types of NCLEX examination: NCLEX-RN and NCLEX-PN, and our specialties are in NCLEX-RN (National Council Licensure Examination-Registered Nurse).
If you are opting to participate in an NCLEX exam to become a registered nurse then join our institute, NCLEX Nepal. We provide the best NCLEX-RN program in Nepal. NCLEX-RN Preparation Class is such a preparatory course for students which helps them prepare to solve NCLEX questions. Our NCLEX-RN program has a passing rate of more than double the national average. NCLEX Nepal is considered to be the best NCLEX-RN preparation institute in Nepal.
Our NCLEX-RN program provides Nepalese nursing graduates opportunities to increase their nursing knowledge through continuous assessment. Additionally, with proper guidance, we provide them all the essential materials that they can use to practice and do better in their exams.
Below are mentioned all the learning resources we offer a student for NCLEX-RN.
Duration: 16 weeks (including Orientation week)
Delivery: Online and physical
Course Fees: Total course fee $1000
Admission Requirement: The applicant must hold current registration as a Registered Nurse in their home country.
MCQ stands for Multiple-Choice Question and most of the questions in the NCLEX exam are multiple-choice questions. NCSBN (National Council of State Boards of Nursing) develops the question papers and takes the NCLEX examinations through Pearson VUE test centers. NCSBN has the authorization to change the exam format and question types.
I. Safe and Effective Care Environment: Questions in this section are related to patient care, pediatric patients’ safety, prevention of injuries and infections, laboratory tests, etc. Approximately 21% to 33% of questions are asked from this section in an NCLEX exam.
II. Health Promotion and Maintenance: Questions in this section deals with pregnancy symptoms and complications, labor, delivery, infant care, birth control measures, pregnancy prevention, sexually transmitted diseases, etc. Approximately 12% of questions are asked from this category in the NCLEX exam.
III. Psychological Integrity: Questions related to psychiatric problems, anxiety disorders, organic mental disorders, crisis intervention, substance abuse, schizophrenia, etc falls under this section in the NCLEX exam. Approximately 12% of NCLEX questions are asked in this section.
IV. Physiological Integrity: Questions in this section deal with diabetes, skin disorders, infectious diseases, renal diseases, neurological disorders, respiratory diseases, etc. Most of the NCLEX questions are asked from this section: from 43% to 67% of questions fall under this category.
NCLEX is totally computerized exam. The computer gives you a question based on how you answered the previous one. The NCLEX scored is determined by one’s ability to think critically about decisions involving nursing care in the NCLEX exam.
We at NCLEX Nepal provide students welfare, administrative and educational support 24*7. We help our students from NCLEX application throughout the visa application. We support our students in whatever they are struggling for in their nursing careers, even after they are off-board. Students at NCLEX Nepal get whatever they are promised.
NCLEX Nepal has an excellent interactive and innovative online learning platform where our students can receive a quality virtual learning experience with immense support.
With immense skills, Nclex Nepal has years of experience in teaching and training students for the NCLEX examination. Additionally, all of the lecturers at NCLEX Nepal are experienced and highly skilled professionals.