Overview

Graduating from nursing school is a great achievement. The next crucial step is to become a registered nurse. Archer offers a step by step guidance on the dos and don’ts of the NCLEX RN course and provides the approach to become a licensed registered nurse.

Archer review provides specialized courses and question banks for NCLEX-RN certification examinations. NCLEX course is categorized into four main categories: medical, surgical, pediatric, psychiatric, and obstetric lessons.  Archer NCLEX resource serves as your guide not only preparing you for NCLEX-RN but also providing you the confidence to practice in a clinical setting. 

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NCLEX RN FEATURES

  • Register yourself for NCLEX by paying registration fees.
  • Get approval from the Nursing regulatory body and obtain ATT.
  • Try to complete the exams before the ATT expires.
  • Consists of several formats of questions: single response, multiple-response questions ( Select All That Apply), Ordered sequence, Graphics/ Audio/ Image questions, Fill up the blanks, and hot-spot questions. Archer review NCLEX has a large number of alternate format questions especially, about 40% of Archer questions are Select-All-That-Apply format so as to equip you to face toughest challenges on NCLEX. 

What does the NCLEX RN consist of?

 The exam’s content is based on several components, these are represented proportionally in Archer NCLEX-RN Question Bank:

  • Safe and Effective Care Environment
  • Management of Care with 17-23%
  • Safety and Infection Control with 9-15%
  • Health Promotion and Maintenance 6-12%
  • Psychosocial Integrity 6-12%
  • Basic Care and Comfort 6-12%
  • Pharmacological and Parenteral Therapies
  • Reduction of Risk Potential 9-15%
  • Physiological Adaptation 11-17%

WHO CAN TAKE THE NCLEX RN?

  • Must complete a nursing program from a reputed institute.
  • Receive permission to take an examination from their State Board of Nursing.
  • Register with Pearson VUE to take an examination.
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