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What NCLEX-RN is:

The National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-RN exam) determines if it’s safe for you to begin your practice as an entry-level nurse. It is a nationwide examination for the licensing of nurses in the United States, Canada and Australia. While nursing school exams are knowledge-based, the NCLEX-RNtests application and analysis using the nursing knowledge you learned in school. You will be tested on how you can use critical thinking skills to make nursing judgments.

What is the NCLEX-RN passing standard?

All registered nurse candidates must answer a minimum of 75 items. The maximum number of items that a registered nurse candidate may answer is 265 during the allotted six-hour time period. The maximum six-hour time limit to complete the examination includes the tutorial, sample questions and all breaks. Candidates may be administered multiple choice items as well as items written in alternate formats. These formats may include but are not limited to multiple response, fill-in-the-blank calculation, ordered response, and/or hot spots. All item types may include multimedia such as charts, tables, graphics, sound and video. All items go through an extensive review process before being used as items on the examination.

How will questions be distributed on the test?

During nursing school, students always focus on how many questions will be asked on certain topics. This is also a common approach to the NCLEX-RN. Below is a breakdown of the percentage of each question type you can expect to find on the new exam:

  • Physiological adaptation: 14%
  • Management of care: 20%
  • Reduction of Risk Potential: 12%
  • Safety and Infection Control: 12%
  • Pharmacological and Parenteral Therapies: 15%
  • Basic Care and Comfort: 9%
  • Psychosocial Integrity: 9%
  • Health Promotion and Maintenance: 9%

Ultimately, the NCLEX-RN is formatted according to candidate-specific needs, which include alterations in the length of the test. The percentage of questions distributed may also vary from each candidate.

Bottom line: the changes to the NCLEX-RN are no cause for concern. Simply taking the time to become more aware of what you will encounter on NCLEX Test Day already puts you ahead of the curve. Well done!

What you'll learn with this course

  • You will learn to answer NCLEX questions on a number of topics with confidence.
  • You will learn different NCLEX test taking strategies and exam topics.
  • You will learn many helpful concepts and mnemonics that will help in all the sections of the NCLEX.
  • You will learn concepts from a span of all the topics covered in the NCLEX.


  • You must be a registered nurse in your home country.
  • You must have a genuine interest and understanding of general nursing concepts.


NCLEX POWERPREP course is designed to help you excel and pass the NCLEX. This comprehensive course is divided into sections that cover a number of topics and strategies to effectively and efficiently answer NCLEX question. There are strategies, mnemonics and other memorization devices that will help the You pass the exam with ease.

The most valuable asset this comprehensive review course has to offer is, that it will teach the You to think like an astute nurse. When the time comes for the You to answer NCLEX questions: he or she will feel more confident and prepared to perform and answer like a successful NCLEX passer! The You will know what the test is composed of as this review explains the importance of various sections and topics of the test.

Get ready to be the next You nurse to pass the NCLEX and become a registered nurse. With hard work, question practice and dedication nothing is impossible. This is a comprehensive review of NCLEX topics and a dependable practice question program. Implement the strategies from this course and watch the success come. This course is an excellent aid to practice questions programs and other NCLEX materials. Now let's get started!

Who this course is for:

  • You are highly motivated individuals that are interested in working in the USA as a registered nurse and a green card holder.
  • Nurses who want to stop paying any fees or service charges to succeed in their goals.
  • Nurses who want to fulfil their American dream!
  • Nursing graduates and professionals that want a recap on some topics.

What topics are covered:

Essentially, NCLEX is structured around the philosophies that are involved in addressing the needs of the patients. You are tested on various topics like the digestive tract and other topics related to obstetrics, medical, surgical, and paediatric. It consists of 4 primary sections and a total of 8 subsections, which include the following:

  1. Safe and Effective Environment

One of the primary categories in the NCLEX is ‘Safe and Effective Environment.’ It focuses on achieving outcomes through directing and providing nursing care that improves the protection of healthcare providers and clients. Under this category, there are 2 subsections:

    1. Management of Care – The questions under this subsection are related to client rights and advocacy, quality improvement, informed consent, continuity of care, ethics and confidentiality, and client care assignments. This subsection also accounts for the 20% of the NCLEX questions.
    2. Safety and Infection Control – This subsection accounts for the 12% of the NCLEX questions. One of the main topics it covers is accident and injury prevention. This pertains to how an RN should understand safety procedures, how to make appropriate room assignments depending on the patient’s cognitive and physical impairments, ways to provide a method on how a patient can signal the staff members when necessary.This subcategory also covers standard precautions, incident reports, ergonomic principles, restraints, home safety, safe equipment use, and security.
  1. Health Promotion and Maintenance

This category focuses on the development and normal growth across a person’s lifespan, early detection and prevention of health problems, how nurses prevent infection, and ways to achieve good overall health.This category makes up 9% of the NCLEX. There are several topics covered under Health Promotion and Maintenance. Here are some of the most notable ones:

    1. Aging – One of the most significant areas is aging. This topic deals with the aging process and how an RN can assess the patient’s reaction to various age-related changes.
    2. High-Risk Behaviors – Another category is high-risk behaviors, which involves the role of the RN in determining any high-risk behavior on the patient’s part. The RN is expected to evaluate the lifestyle of the patient to determine the risks that may influence their overall health, provide education about prevention and treatment of high-risk behaviors, and encourage patients to determine such behaviors that may increase their risks for disease.
    3. Care for infants and mothers
    4. Self-care
    5. Developmental stages
    6. Disease prevention.
  1. Psychosocial Integrity

The category tests the knowledge of the nursing You on mental illness. This section focuses on the mental, social, and emotional factors, such as chemical dependencies, stress, and abuse, that may influence the health of the patient. Here are some of the notable topics to keep in mind:

    1. Behavioral Interventions – This topic covers behavioral interventions that the RN may implement. The RN evaluates the patient’s psychomotor behavior, mood, and appearance and determines abnormal or inappropriate behavior while orienting the patient to reality.
    2. Family Dynamics – This topic involves how an RN should assess the stressors and barriers that may influence family dynamics, evaluate the chosen form of discipline of the parent, and create a nursing care plan. The RN may also encourage the patient’s participation in a group therapy or family therapy session.
    3. Religious beliefs
    4. Cultural sensitivity
    5. Coping mechanisms
    6. Behavioral management
    7. Drug dependency
    8. Sensory alterations, and more.
  1. Physiological Integrity

Physiological Integrity is another main category in the exam which focuses on promoting wellness and health by providing comfort and care. Below is an enumeration of the 4 subsections in this category:

    1. Basic Care and Comfort – This topic covers waste elimination, sleep, hygiene, hydration and nutrition, comfort interventions, mobility issues, and assistive devices.
    2. Pharmacological Therapies – Most of the questions under this topic are about drug administration, dosage calculations, pain management, and unexpected and expected effects of the medications.
    3. Risk Potential Reduction – In this subsection, questions evaluate the ability of the You to monitor the changes in the vital signs, evaluate lab results, run diagnostic tests, apply therapeutic practices, understand complications from procedures and tests, and so on.
    4. Physiological Adaptation – This subsection involves the changes to the physical condition of the patient, which may take place in the hospital setting such as allergic reactions, electrolyte imbalances, and blood flow.

If you’re a registered nurse in your country, you can start working in the USA and become a citizen there within 18 months! You can inquire about this course that’s attracting nurses from all over the country. Even if you’re a PCL (Nursing) graduate, you’re eligible to join this course.

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