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Before the Exam
NCLEX Registration and Authorization to Test
Before you can take the NCLEX, you’ll need an Authorization to Test (ATT). To get this, you’ll need to apply to your board of nursing/regulatory body (BON/RB) and then register with Pearson VUE. You’ll want to start this process well in advance of your target date for taking the exam.
Preparation for the NCLEX
Review the NCLEX Candidate Bulletin and familiarize yourself with the format of the NCLEX test plan. It is also important to locate your test site because they can fill up quickly. Do not wait until your ATT is close to expiration to schedule your exam or you may have to reregister and pay another exam fee.
Candidate Registration Process
Step 1 Apply for licensure/registration to the regulatory body/board of nursingApply for licensure/registration to the regulatory body/board of nursing
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Step 2 Eligibility GrantedEligibility Granted
Once eligibility is granted, registration must be complete before receiveing authorization to testAND
Step 3 Register and pay the fee for the NCLEX with Pearson VUERegister and pay the fee for the NCLEX with Pearson VUE
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Step 4 Acknowledgement of Registration Acknowledgement of Registration
Step 5 Once eligibility has been granted and registration has been acknowledged you will receive Authorization to Test (ATT)Authorization to Test (ATT)
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Summary of Steps to take the NCLEX
Learn about eligibility and then apply for licensure/ registration with a BON/RB.
Register and pay the exam fee to Pearson VUE.
Wait to schedule until you receive the following from Pearson VUE: Acknowledgement of Receipt of Registration and Authorization to Test (ATT)
Schedule your exam with Pearson VUE.
For more details, see the Candidate Bulletin.
In this section, you will find an in-depth look at the candidate exam day process and the rules to be followed during the administration of your exam at a Pearson Professional Center. Below are a few things to think about on the exam day:
When you arrive for your NCLEX, you'll need your acceptable ID.
You will no longer need to bring a paper copy of the Authorization to Test (ATT) for admittance to the NCLEX. For further details, please visit Authorization to Test.
Important Exam Day Tips
Make sure to bring your ID. Candidates without proper ID will not be allowed to take the NCLEX.
Know the NCLEX Candidate Rules! These include policies specific to personal items, confidentiality, NCLEX administration and break procedures.
You're required to leave hats, scarves, gloves and coats outside of the testing room. (Provisions are made for religious/cultural dress.)
Plan to arrive 30 minutes before your exam. If you are more than 30 minutes late, you may have to forfeit, reregister and pay another exam fee.
PROVIDE YOUR BIOMETRICS
In order to be tested, the following biometrics will be taken: signature, photograph and palm vein scan.
You may not bring in paper or writing instruments for this computer-administered exam. An on-screen calculator and erasable note board/marker for making notes will be provided.
SET YOUR PACE
You'll have up to 6 hours to complete the RN exam and 5 hours for the PN exam, including the short tutorial and 2 optional breaks (the first 2 hours into testing, the second after 3.5 hours of testing). Take time to analyze each question carefully—once you submit an answer you can't return to that question. Learn more about computer adaptive testing (CAT).
You'll end with a short computerized survey. Afterwards, raise your hand and wait for the TA to dismiss you.
Keep in mind that although the exam is graded as you progress, scores go through a second verification process at Pearson VUE. Your score is not available and will not be released at the test center. See After the Exam for results info.
After the Exam
Unofficial and Official Results
If your board of nursing participates in the Quick Results Service*, you can receive your “unofficial” results 48 business hours after the exam. This service is available for $7.95 on the Pearson VUE NCLEX Candidate website.
*only applies to candidates seeking licensure in the U.S.
Official results are ONLY available through your board of nursing/regulatory body (BON/RB) and will be sent to you approximately six weeks after the exam. Do NOT call NCSBN, Pearson VUE NCLEX Candidate Services or the test center for results.
Candidates Who Do Not Pass
If you didn't pass the exam, you'll receive a NCLEX Candidate Performance Report (CPR). The CPR is an individualized document that shows how a candidate performed in each of the test plan content areas. Candidates who fail the exam can use the CPR as a guide to prepare them to retake the exam.
Do the following if choosing to retake the NCLEX:
Contact your BON/RB and notify them that you plan to retake the exam. Determine what fees or materials you need to submit to the BON/RB.
Reregister with Pearson VUE and pay the fee.
Wait to receive your new ATT.
Schedule your new exam.
Per NCSBN policy, you’ll need to wait a minimum of 45 days between each exam. This length of time is determined by the BON/RB and will be reflected in the new ATT’s validity dates.