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NCLEX, an Overview

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Over the past weeks i have received several inquiries regarding NCLEX, some are asking about the exams, when the exam is and how to prepare for an NCLEX exam.

NCLEX is an examination process that the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) dedication in developing psychometrically sound and legally defensible nurse licensure and certification examinations consistent with current practice.

Here are the steps on becoming a nurse in America:

Step 1: Apply with the State Board of Nursing where you will be practicing.

Step 2: Register with Pearson Vue to schedule your NCLEX location and date. Registration costs $200, plus additional fees if you are taking the NCLEX outside of the U.S.

Step 3: Getting into the Country. This involves immigration, visas, and getting approval to stay and work in the country.

To get more detailed information on how to apply and register for the NCLEX, visit thier site:

In relation to this, we at FTPlectures offers lecture videos series that can help you prepare for the PHYSIOLOGICAL-INTEGRITY/ MED-SURG portion of your NCLEX-RN or NCLEX-PN exam which includes conditions that nurses treat on a regular basis such as, diabetes, cardiovascular disorders, neurological disorders, renal diseases, and respiratory diseases. We simplify topics to allow you fully understand the concepts that pose difficulty to you. You do not have memorize concepts anymore. It is high time you learn and understand what you have been taught in nursing school.

Our course covers most of the MED-SURG and pharmacology portion of the NCLEX exam. We do not cover other aspects of the test including health and promotion, maintenance, psycho-social integrity, safe effective care environments. Thousands of nursing students have used our lectures to supplement their studying for the NCLEX by using our video lectures to understand diseases processes and management, pharmacological principles, drugs, drug interactions and toxicities to study.

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