Congratulations from us at OnlineLPN.net for finishing with school and being ready for our tips for the NCLEX! Having graduated from your LPN program allows to relax and take a step back and appreciate your hard-work. Well… not so much.
Now is the time to prepare for your practical/vocational nursing licensure test called the NCLEX-PN or National Council Licensure Examination for Practical Nurses. This is the required examination you must take before you can be hired to work as an practical/vocational nurse. Your program probably provides some test prep courses and material. Be sure to check because you don’t want to miss any available resource.
What are Some NCLEX-PN Tips?
Below we will cover what you should do before enrollment for the NCLEX-PN test, before taking the NCLEX-PN exam and even some tips for taking the NCLEX-PN.
Before Enrollment for NCLEX
Tips for Scheduling the NCLEX
Once you have received your Authorization to Test (ATT) email, you can now register to take your NCLEX-PN test. This can be done online or by phone. Also, you may want to take a look at the NCSBN web site for test sites. Test centers can fill up quickly. Once you register for a specific date and time, you will receive more detailed information about the test by email. Don’t wait until your ATT is close to expiration to schedule your exam or you may have to reregister and repay.
Before Test Day
To learn more about the NCLEX exam in detail and what is in each section of the test see the NCSBN test plan.