The NCLEX-RN® (National Council Licensure Examination) is the exam that nurses take to become Registered Nurse of Northern America. The only purposes of NCLEX is whether the candidate is ready to begin practising as an entry-level nurse in Northern America. This test is to check the candidate’s application and analysis using the nursing knowledge as the test on how the candidate can use critical thinking skills to make nursing judgments.
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About Exam and Test Format
How many hours Exam of NCLEX-RN? NCLEX-RN is 6 hours examination. The minimum number of questions is 75 but the maximum number of questions is 265. What is the Test Format? The NCLEX consists of four major categories, along with six subcategories. The majority of questions are multiple-choice, although other potential formats include fill-in-the-blank, drag-and-drop, and chart/exhibit questions. Regardless of format, all questions will relate to nursing concepts and topics.