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NCLEX-RN

Before you can start you international registered nurse journey in the USA you will need to have passed the NCLEX-RN which is short for the National Council Licensure Excamination. Since its launch in April 1994 over 5.4 million candidates have taken the NCLEX-RN exam so that they can practice as a registered nurse in the USA. 

Having the NCLEX-RN is a major step in your US RN adventure, and without it you won't be able to work as  RN in the USA. The NCEX-RN is a computer test offered by Pearson VUE that has one purpose and that is to determine if it's safe for you to being practicing as a nurse in the United States. It does this by testing you on how you can use critical thinking skills to make sound nursing judgements. 

There are many sources out there to guide you through registering for the NCLEX-RN and to help you prepare for the NCLEX-RN examination. The National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) have a website exclusively dedicated to the NCLEX-RN. Their Pathway to Practice is a good starting point for many international nurses ready to take the NCLEX-RN. The NCSBN portal helps increase confidence and reduce test anxiety by making sure candidates are fully prepared for the test experience by offering a NCLEX-RN practice exam. They also cover what you will need to do before taking the exam, as well as what you can expect on exam day. 

Whilst the NCSBN has a lot of very useful information, we understand how easy it is for international nurses to feel confused and overwhelemed by all of the details and processes. That's why the team here at Conexus Medstaff are on hand to guide you through the NCLEX-RN process. From advising what Board of Nursing (BON) you should apply with to helping you apply for your Credential Evaluation Service Professional Report from the Credentialling Evluation Service (CES) offered by the Commission on Graduates of Foreign Nursing Schools (CGFNS) so that you can begin your NCLEX-RN registration. We are here to support you. 

And don't worry, even once you have registered for the NCLEX-RN, the learning support team at Conexus Medstaff will still be by your side as you start studying to pass the NCLEX-RN. We'll point you in the right direcvtion of accessible NCLEX-RN learning material and sources that suit your learning style to help guarantee your NCLEX-RN success. 

To find out more about the NCLEX-RN, from where you can sit the exam to top tips for Conexus' US RN's, download our free, simple guide or explore or Learning Hub.