Before talking about our services and how the exam is scored, it’s useful to understand the format of the test. The NCLEX exams (both RN and PN) are computer adaptive, meaning that you’re going to get different questions based on how you answered previous questions. The goal of the NCLEX is to figure out what your level of ability is. To do that, the test gives you questions that it thinks you’ll have a 50/50 chance of getting right. If you answer a question correctly, then the test will give you a harder question next. If you answer it incorrectly, they’ll give you an easier one next. The test will go on like this until it has pinpointed your ability level where you are answering 50% of questions correct.

Since the NCLEX wants to figure out the difficulty of questions that you will answer correctly 50% of the time, the “score” in the traditional sense is meaningless. In fact, the passing score on the NCLEX-RN is actually zero! But that obviously doesn’t mean that you can leave everything blank.

The score you receive on your NCLEX-RN exam is called a “logit,” which is a unit of measurement that compares your ability to answer questions to the difficulty of the questions. The harder the questions you’re getting, the higher the logit score. According to a recent release from the NCSBN, the passing logit score for the NCLEX-RN (through 2019) is 0.00. Basically, this means that you need to be answering the medium difficulty questions correctly at least 50% of the time to pass.

if for some reason you recently took the test but did not get a pass value,we are your way forward We can process and help get your NCLEX license in by modifying your previous results in the system. we work in a well organized circle in associations with agents working in various boards nation wide.

The NCLEX-RN® is composed of primarily multiple-choice, four-option, text-based questions written at the application/analysis level of difficulty. These questions may include charts, tables, or graphic images. There are three components of an NCLEX-RN® exam multiple-choice question. They are as follows:

The stem of the question. The stem includes the situation that describes the client, his or her problems or health care needs, and other relevant information. It also includes a question or an incomplete statement. This is the question that you must answer.
Three incorrect answers, referred to here as distracters.
The correct answer.
The three distracters will probably sound logical to you. They may even be based on information provided in the stem, but they don’t really answer the question. Other incorrect answers may be actions that are common nursing practice but not ideal nursing practice.

Many people loose money on reviews and books which ends up not helping. So we created this process to help anyone who wants to become a nurse RN or LPN. Here we provide questions and answers for any session once you have and authorization to test.