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(Video) NLE REVIEWER PART 2 | NP2 | 100 Q&A

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1. In which step are plans formulated for solving community problems?

  1. Mobilization
  2. Community organization
  3. Follow-up/extension
  4. Core group formation

2. The public health nurse takes an active role in community participation. What is the primary goal of community organizing?

  1. To educate the people regarding community health problems
  2. To mobilize the people to resolve community health problems
  3. To maximize the community’s resources in dealing with health problems
  4. To maximize the community’s resources in dealing with health problems

3. An indicator of success in community organizing is when people are able to

  1. Participate in community activities for the solution of a community problem
  2. Implement activities for the solution of the community problem
  3. Plan activities for the solution of the community problem
  4. Identify the health problem as a common concern

4. Tertiary prevention is needed in which stage of the natural history of disease?

  1. Pre-pathogenesis
  2. Pathogenesis
  3. Prodromal
  4. Terminal

5. Isolation of a child with measles belongs to what level of prevention?

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  1. Primary
  2. Secondary
  3. Intermediate
  4. Tertiary

6. On the other hand, Operation Timbang is _____ prevention.

  1. Primary
  2. Secondary
  3. Intermediate
  4. Tertiary

7. Which type of family-nurse contact will provide you with the best opportunity to observe family dynamics?

  1. Clinic consultation
  2. Group conference
  3. Home visit
  4. Written communication

8. The typology of family nursing problems is used in the statement of nursing diagnosis in the care of families. The youngest child of the de los Reyes family has been diagnosed as mentally retarded. This is classified as a:

  1. Health threat
  2. Health deficit
  3. Foreseeable crisis
  4. Stress point

9. The de los Reyes couple have a 6-year old child entering school for the first time. The de los Reyes family has a:

  1. Health threat
  2. Health deficit
  3. Foreseeable crisis
  4. Stress point

10. Which of the following is an advantage of a home visit?

  1. It allows the nurse to provide nursing care to a greater number of people.
  2. It provides an opportunity to do first hand appraisal of the home situation.
  3. It allows sharing of experiences among people with similar health problems.
  4. It develops the family’s initiative in providing for health needs of its members.

11. Which is CONTRARY to the principles in planning a home visit?

  1. A home visit should have a purpose or objective.
  2. The plan should revolve around family health needs.
  3. A home visit should be conducted in the manner prescribed by the RHU.
  4. Planning of continuing care should involve a responsible family member.

12. The PHN bag is an important tool in providing nursing care during a home visit. The most important principle of bag technique states that it

  1. Should save time and effort.
  2. Should minimize if not totally prevent the spread of infection.
  3. Should not overshadow concern for the patient and his family.
  4. May be done in a variety of ways depending on the home situation, etc.

13. To maintain the cleanliness of the bag and its contents, which of the following must the nurse do?

  1. Wash his/her hands before and after providing nursing care to the family members.
  2. In the care of family members, as much as possible, use only articles taken from the bag.
  3. Put on an apron to protect her uniform and fold it with the right side out before putting it back into the bag.
  4. At the end of the visit, fold the lining on which the bag was placed, ensuring that the contaminated side is on the outside.

14. The public health nurse conducts a study on the factors contributing to the high mortality rate due to heart disease in the municipality where she works. Which branch of epidemiology does the nurse practice in this situation?

  1. Descriptive
  2. Analytical
  3. Therapeutic
  4. Evaluation

15. Which of the following is a function of epidemiology?

  1. Identifying the disease condition based on manifestations presented by a client
  2. Determining factors that contributed to the occurrence of pneumonia in a 3 year old
  3. Determining the efficacy of the antibiotic used in the treatment of the 3 year old client with pneumonia
  4. Evaluating the effectiveness of the implementation of the Integrated Management of Childhood Illness

16. Which of the following is an epidemiologic function of the nurse during an epidemic?

  1. Conducting assessment of suspected cases to detect the communicable disease
  2. Monitoring the condition of the cases affected by the communicable disease
  3. Participating in the investigation to determine the source of the epidemic
  4. Teaching the community on preventive measures against the disease

17. The primary purpose of conducting an epidemiologic investigation is to

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  1. Delineate the etiology of the epidemic
  2. Encourage cooperation and support of the community
  3. Identify groups who are at risk of contracting the disease
  4. Identify geographical location of cases of the disease in the community

18. Which is a characteristic of person-to-person propagated epidemics?

  1. There are more cases of the disease than expected.
  2. The disease must necessarily be transmitted through a vector.
  3. The spread of the disease can be attributed to a common vehicle.
  4. There is a gradual build up of cases before the epidemic becomes easily noticeable.

19. In the investigation of an epidemic, you compare the present frequency of the disease with the usual frequency at this time of the year in this community. This is done during which stage of the investigation?

  1. Establishing the epidemic
  2. Testing the hypothesis
  3. Formulation of the hypothesis
  4. Appraisal of facts

20. The number of cases of Dengue fever usually increases towards the end of the rainy season. This pattern of occurrence of Dengue fever is best described as

  1. Epidemic occurrence
  2. Cyclical variation
  3. Sporadic occurrence
  4. Secular variation

21. In the year 1980, the World Health Organization declared the Philippines, together with some other countries in the Western Pacific Region, “free” of which disease?

  1. Pneumonic plague
  2. Poliomyelitis
  3. Small pox
  4. Anthrax

22. In the census of the Philippines in 1995, there were about 35,299,000 males and about 34,968,000 females. What is the sex ratio?

  1. 99.06:100
  2. 100.94:100
  3. 50.23%
  4. 49.76%

23. Primary health care is a total approach to community development. Which of the following is an indicator of success in the use of the primary health care approach?

  1. Health services are provided free of charge to individuals and families.
  2. Local officials are empowered as the major decision makers in matters of health.
  3. Health workers are able to provide care based on identified health needs of the people.
  4. Health programs are sustained according to the level of development of the community.

24. Sputum examination is the major screening tool for pulmonary tuberculosis. Clients would sometimes get false negative results in this exam. This means that the test is not perfect in terms of which characteristic of a diagnostic examination?

  1. Effectiveness
  2. Efficacy
  3. Specificity
  4. Sensitivity

25. Use of appropriate technology requires knowledge of indigenous technology. Which medicinal herb is given for fever, headache and cough?

  1. Sambong
  2. Tsaang gubat
  3. Akapulko
  4. Lagundi

26. What law created the Philippine Institute of Traditional and Alternative Health Care?

  1. R.A. 8423
  2. R.A. 4823
  3. R.A. 2483
  4. R.A. 3482

27. In traditional Chinese medicine, the yielding, negative and feminine force is termed

  1. Yin
  2. Yang
  3. Qi
  4. Chai

28. What is the legal basis for Primary Health Care approach in the Philippines?

  1. Alma Ata Declaration on PHC
  2. Letter of Instruction No. 949
  3. Presidential Decree No. 147
  4. Presidential Decree 996

29. Which of the following demonstrates intersectoral linkages?

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  1. Two-way referral system
  2. Team approach
  3. Endorsement done by a midwife to another midwife
  4. Cooperation between the PHN and public school teacher

30. The municipality assigned to you has a population of about 20,000. Estimate the number of 1-4 year old children who will be given Retinol capsule 200,000 I.U. every 6 months.

  1. 1,500
  2. 1,800
  3. 2,000
  4. 2,300
Answers and Rationales
  1. Answer: (B) Community organization.Community organization is the step when community assemblies take place. During the community assembly, the people may opt to formalize the community organization and make plans for community action to resolve a community health problem.
  2. Answer: (D) To maximize the community’s resources in dealing with health problems.Community organizing is a developmental service, with the goal of developing the people’s self-reliance in dealing with community health problems. A, B and C are objectives of contributory objectives to this goal.
  3. Answer: (A) Participate in community activities for the solution of a community problem.Participation in community activities in resolving a community problem may be in any of the processes mentioned in the other choices.
  4. Answer: (D) Terminal.Tertiary prevention involves rehabilitation, prevention of permanent disability and disability limitation appropriate for convalescents, the disabled, complicated cases and the terminally ill (those in the terminal stage of a disease)
  5. Answer: (A) Primary.The purpose of isolating a client with a communicable disease is to protect those who are not sick (specific disease prevention).
  6. Answer: (B) Secondary.Operation Timbang is done to identify members of the susceptible population who are malnourished. Its purpose is early diagnosis and, subsequently, prompt treatment.
  7. Answer: (C) Home visit.Dynamics of family relationships can best be observed in the family’s natural environment, which is the home.
  8. Answer: (B) Health deficit.Failure of a family member to develop according to what is expected, as in mental retardation, is a health deficit.
  9. Answer: (C) Foreseeable crisis.Entry of the 6-year old into school is an anticipated period of unusual demand on the family.
  10. Answer: (B) It provides an opportunity to do first hand appraisal of the home situation..Choice A is not correct since a home visit requires that the nurse spend so much time with the family. Choice C is an advantage of a group conference, while choice D is true of a clinic consultation.
  11. Answer: (C) A home visit should be conducted in the manner prescribed by the RHU.The home visit plan should be flexible and practical, depending on factors, such as the family’s needs and the resources available to the nurse and the family.
  12. Answer: (B) Should minimize if not totally prevent the spread of infection.Bag technique is performed before and after handling a client in the home to prevent transmission of infection to and from the client.
  13. Answer: (A) Wash his/her hands before and after providing nursing care to the family members.Choice B goes against the idea of utilizing the family’s resources, which is encouraged in CHN. Choices C and D goes against the principle of asepsis of confining the contaminated surface of objects.
  14. Answer: (B) Analytical.Analytical epidemiology is the study of factors or determinants affecting the patterns of occurrence and distribution of disease in a community.
  15. Answer: (D) Evaluating the effectiveness of the implementation of the Integrated Management of Childhood Illness.Epidemiology is used in the assessment of a community or evaluation of interventions in community health practice.
  16. Answer: (C) Participating in the investigation to determine the source of the epidemic.Epidemiology is the study of patterns of occurrence and distribution of disease in the community, as well as the factors that affect disease patterns. The purpose of an epidemiologic investigation is to identify the source of an epidemic, i.e., what brought about the epidemic.
  17. Answer: (A) Delineate the etiology of the epidemic.Delineating the etiology of an epidemic is identifying its source.
  18. Answer: (D) There is a gradual build up of cases before the epidemic becomes easily noticeable.A gradual or insidious onset of the epidemic is usually observable in person-to-person propagated epidemics.
  19. Answer: (A) Establishing the epidemic.Establishing the epidemic is determining whether there is an epidemic or not. This is done by comparing the present number of cases with the usual number of cases of the disease at the same time of the year, as well as establishing the relatedness of the cases of the disease.
  20. Answer: (B) Cyclical variation.A cyclical variation is a periodic fluctuation in the number of cases of a disease in the community.
  21. Answer: (C) Small pox.The last documented case of Small pox was in 1977 at Somalia.
  22. Answer: (B) 100.94:100.Sex ratio is the number of males for every 100 females in the population.
  23. Answer: (D) Health programs are sustained according to the level of development of the community.Primary health care is essential health care that can be sustained in all stages of development of the community.
  24. Answer: (D) Sensitivity.Sensitivity is the capacity of a diagnostic examination to detect cases of the disease. If a test is 100% sensitive, all the cases tested will have a positive result, i.e., there will be no false negative results.
  25. Answer: (D) Lagundi.Sambong is used as a diuretic. Tsaang gubat is used to relieve diarrhea. Akapulko is used for its antifungal property.
  26. Answer: (A) R.A. 8423
  27. Answer: (A) Yin.Yang is the male dominating, positive and masculine force.
  28. Answer: (B) Letter of Instruction No. 949.Letter of Instruction 949 was issued by then President Ferdinand Marcos, directing the formerly called Ministry of Health, now the Department of Health, to utilize Primary Health Care approach in planning and implementing health programs.
  29. Answer: (D) Cooperation between the PHN and public school teacher.Intersectoral linkages refer to working relationships between the health sector and other sectors involved in community development.
  30. Answer: (D) 2,300.Based on the Philippine population composition, to estimate the number of 1-4 year old children, multiply total population by 11.5%.

FAQs

How many questions are there in PNLE? ›

The Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination is a 500-item multiple choice exam to test basic nursing level competency which considers the objectives of the nursing curriculum, the broad areas of nursing and other related disciplines and competencies.

Is the nursing board exam difficult Philippines? ›

The exams were difficult, we had the so- called "Battery Exam" which was not that hard iq test which will tell if you can continue with Nursing or not at the end of you second year. Around half of our initial student population was eliminated hence some either shifted their course or transferred to another school.

How many items are there in the nursing board exam in the Philippines? ›

The 500-item Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination is a multiple-choice exam for nurses in the Philippines. It is held twice a year, in June and December, to assess nursing graduates' competency and knowledge of the nursing program.

What is community health nursing in your own words? ›

Community health Nursing is the synthesis of nursing and public health practice applied to promote and protect the health of population. It combines all the basic elements of professional, clinical nursing with public health and community practice.

What is the passing rate in PNLE? ›

Appendix I: NLE Pass Rates, 1996 - 2022

Since 1996, an average of 42.58% would usually pass the exam.

What is the passing score of PNLE? ›

Nursing Licensure Exam (NLE) Passing Rate

For an examinee to become a registered nurse in the Philippines, they first must obtain a general average rating of at least 75%, with a rating of not below 60% in any of the five subjects.

How many times can you take the board exam in Philippines? ›

Lifetime limit – candidates will be able to take the examination a maximum of six (6) times.

How many times can you take the nursing board exam in Philippines? ›

Though the vast majority of candidates pass the exam the first time, those who fail are permitted to retake it after 45 days from their original test date. Candidates may retest as many as 8 times in a year.

How much is the nurse salary in the Philippines? ›

The average monthly salary for Nurse jobs in the Philippines ranges from PHP 35,000 to PHP 40,000.

How many months should you study for the NCLEX? ›

How Long Should You Study for the NCLEX? To pass the NCLEX, students should plan to spend a minimum of 1-2 months studying.

Is the nursing exam hard? ›

NCLEX Pass Rates

The second-attempt pass rate for domestically-educated students taking the test was 45.56%. These results demonstrate that it is a pretty difficult test. The questions are designed to test your critical thinking, knowledge of the nursing process, and assessment skills.

What should I wear to my PNLE test? ›

3. ATTIRE : Male Examinees - Clinical Uniform with white shoes and white socks but without nameplate, school insignia/logo and pin; or School Uniform. Female Examinees - Clinical Uniform with white shoes and white stockings but without nameplate, school insignia/logo and pin; or School Uniform.

What are the 3 types of community health? ›

The three strategies by which community health practice is carried out are health promotion, health protection, and the provision of health services and other resources.

What are the 4 types of community health nursing? ›

Care Home Nurse. Community Children's Nurse. Community Mental Health Nurse (CMHN) Community Learning Disability Nurse.

How do you study community health nursing? ›

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What is the number 1 nursing school in the Philippines? ›

1. University of Santo Tomas. The University of Santo Tomas is a Catholic university that is known for being Asia's oldest university and for being one of the first to establish a nursing college. The Commission on Higher Education granted it autonomous status in 2002, and it is home to several national treasures.

How is nle score calculated? ›

If you get 84 correct answers in NP1 it could be translated as 84% NP1 rating. Then, you add all scores NP1-5 and divide it by 5. This will give you the final rating, which is 85.8% in this example. You need to score (final rating) at least 75% and score not below 70% in any subject to pass the NLE.

How many steps are in the NLE exam? ›

Clinical Skilled Examination is same as the Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE), it consists of 20 stations, out of which 3 stations are compulsory. Candidate has to pass all the 3 compulsory stages.

How can I check my PRC rating? ›

How to verify your PRC rating online?
  1. Go to prc website online verification. You can also check this through services at prc.gov.ph.
  2. Fill up necessary information. In case you're cheking this before the exam your Application number is need here.
  3. Verify.
  4. See your rating.

How long does it take to become a nurse in the Philippines? ›

Usually, the courses are 3-4 years long and provide you with the much required and detailed knowledge about nursing skills, health promotion, disease prevention, risk reduction, patient care and much more that you need to know in order to be practically treating a patient. 3.

How many year does it take to become a nurse? ›

Depending on the specific nursing program that you enroll in, it could take anywhere from 16 months to four years to become a registered nurse. “I chose to earn my BSN, which takes four years,” says ChiChi Akanegbu, who completed her Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Regis College as a part of the Class of 2020.

Can you retake board exams? ›

Yes ,you can repeat class 12th even after passing it because of some reason . You can repeat it if there is not more than 2 or 3 years of gap between 10 th and 12th . If there is more gap then you need to give 10th exam also and then 12th exam .

How many items are on the nursing board exam? ›

The Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination (PNLE) is the professional licensure examination for incoming nurses in the country. It is managed by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC). Ang PNLE ay binubuo ng 500-item multiple choice exam na sumusukat sa basic nursing level competency ng mga nursing graduates.

What happens if you fail the Npte twice? ›

Based on evidence we have from test scores since 2008, candidates who have failed the NPTE twice or more are unlikely to pass on any subsequent attempt. Our evidence suggests that those who do pass have participated in substantial remediation and physical therapy education.

How many people fail the NCLEX? ›

The National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) reports 13.43% of NCLEX-RN candidates fail the exam on their first attempt. The number of unsuccessful test-takers is low compared to the more than 86% who pass the exam on their first try.

What if I fail NCLEX? ›

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.

What happens if you don't pass the NCLEX in 3 years? ›

If you have not passed the NCLEX by the three-year anniversary of your graduation, you will have to attend a nursing education program before you may take the exam again.

What is the highest salary in nursing? ›

18 Highest-Paid Nursing Jobs in 2022
  • Family Nurse – $113,000.
  • Urgent Care Nurse – $113,000.
  • Oncology Nurse – $113,000.
  • Orthopedic Nurse – $115,000.
  • Cardiac Nurse – $116,000.
  • Emergency Room Nurse – $116,000.
  • Neonatal Nurse – $127,000.
  • Nurse Anesthetist – $189,000.
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Does nursing have math? ›

Nursing in the "real world" generally requires very basic math skills, but almost all programs require at least one college-level math class — usually algebra. Some nursing schools may require a basic statistics course as well, so if you know what schools you're applying to, be sure to check for this requirement.

What job has the highest salary? ›

Highest Paying Occupations
OCCUPATION2021 MEDIAN PAY
General internal medicine physiciansThis wage is equal to or greater than $208,000 per year
Family medicine physiciansThis wage is equal to or greater than $208,000 per year
Emergency medicine physiciansThis wage is equal to or greater than $208,000 per year
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What percent do you need to pass the NCLEX 2022? ›

How the 2022 NCLEX is Scored. The NCLEX is scored using dichotomous scoring, so you can either pass or fail the exam. Currently, to pass the NCLEX-RN, the standard is 0.00 logits–or answer questions correctly at least 50% of the time. The NCLEX-PN standard is -0.18 logits.

Is 5 weeks enough to study for NCLEX? ›

Recommended study times may vary depending upon the level of preparation needed and can range anywhere from four to twelve weeks or more. Although this article provides a guide to studying NCLEX in one month, it is highly recommended you allocate more than just four weeks to prepare for your exam.

Can you fail NCLEX in 75 questions? ›

Can I Fail the NCLEX at 75 Questions? To pass the NCLEX RN or PN, test takers must correctly answer at least 75 questions (the minimum amount). Unfortunately, that means you can also fail the exam within those 75 questions or items.

Why are nursing tests so hard? ›

The NCLEX is challenging because it not only tests an expansive range of nursing information, but it also asks questions in a unique way. Instead of asking for the correct answer amid several incorrect answer choices, the exam asks for the best answer amid many possible correct answers.

How many questions do you have to get right on the NCLEX? ›

For examinees taking the NCLEX-RN, at least 75 questions must be answered. A minimum of 85 questions must be completed on the NCLEX-PN exam. Test-takers who do not answer the minimum number of questions within the time limit automatically fail the test.

How much do nurses make? ›

Nursing Career2019 Mean Salary
Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurse (LPN/LVN)$48,500
Registered Nurse (RN)$77,460
Nurse Practitioners (NP)$111,840
Nurse Midwife (CNM)$108,810
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What subjects are included in PNLE? ›

PNLE Coverage
  • NURSING PRACTICE - 1: Community Health Nursing.
  • NURSING PRACTICE - 2: Care of Healthy/ At risk Mother and Child.
  • NURSING PRACTICE - 3: Care of Clients with Physiologic and Psychosocial Alterations (Part A)
  • NURSING PRACTICE - 4: Care of Clients with Physiologic and Psychosocial Alterations (Part B)

Is there a dress code in PRC? ›

PRC Board News

FYI: Clients / Visitors are advised to adhere to a smart casual dress code.

What is the value of nursing? ›

Core values of nursing include altruism, autonomy, human dignity, integrity, honesty and social justice [3].

What is the passing rate of nursing board exam 2021? ›

92.59 % Passing Rate In The November 2021 Nurse Licensure Examination.

How is nle score calculated? ›

If you get 84 correct answers in NP1 it could be translated as 84% NP1 rating. Then, you add all scores NP1-5 and divide it by 5. This will give you the final rating, which is 85.8% in this example. You need to score (final rating) at least 75% and score not below 70% in any subject to pass the NLE.

What subjects are included in PNLE? ›

PNLE consists of five subjects. It covers basic skills, knowledge, and attitude in the major subject areas of nursing. This includes maternal and child nursing, fundamentals of nursing, community health and communicable disease nursing, nursing of adolescents, adults and aged, psychiatric nursing, and mental health.

How many times can you take the nursing board exam in Philippines? ›

Though the vast majority of candidates pass the exam the first time, those who fail are permitted to retake it after 45 days from their original test date. Candidates may retest as many as 8 times in a year.

How hard is the nursing board exam? ›

NCLEX Pass Rates

The second-attempt pass rate for domestically-educated students taking the test was 45.56%. These results demonstrate that it is a pretty difficult test. The questions are designed to test your critical thinking, knowledge of the nursing process, and assessment skills.

What is the number 1 nursing school in the Philippines? ›

1. University of Santo Tomas. The University of Santo Tomas is a Catholic university that is known for being Asia's oldest university and for being one of the first to establish a nursing college. The Commission on Higher Education granted it autonomous status in 2002, and it is home to several national treasures.

What do I bring to nursing board exam? ›

Here are the things to bring during the examination proper:
  • Notice of Admission.
  • Official Receipt.
  • One (1) piece of metered-stamped window mailing envelope.
  • Two (2) or more pencils (NO. ...
  • Ball pens (black ink only)
  • One (1) piece long brown envelope.
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How many steps are in the NLE exam? ›

Clinical Skilled Examination is same as the Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE), it consists of 20 stations, out of which 3 stations are compulsory. Candidate has to pass all the 3 compulsory stages.

How can I check my grades in PRC? ›

How to verify your PRC rating online?
  1. Go to prc website online verification. You can also check this through services at prc.gov.ph.
  2. Fill up necessary information. In case you're cheking this before the exam your Application number is need here.
  3. Verify.
  4. See your rating. For more information visit PRC website.

How long does it take to become a nurse in the Philippines? ›

Usually, the courses are 3-4 years long and provide you with the much required and detailed knowledge about nursing skills, health promotion, disease prevention, risk reduction, patient care and much more that you need to know in order to be practically treating a patient. 3.

How many months should you study for the Nclex? ›

How Long Should You Study for the NCLEX? To pass the NCLEX, students should plan to spend a minimum of 1-2 months studying.

How many year does it take to become a nurse? ›

Depending on the specific nursing program that you enroll in, it could take anywhere from 16 months to four years to become a registered nurse. “I chose to earn my BSN, which takes four years,” says ChiChi Akanegbu, who completed her Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Regis College as a part of the Class of 2020.

What is nursing Short answer? ›

Nursing encompasses autonomous and collaborative care of individuals of all ages, families, groups and communities, sick or well and in all settings. It includes the promotion of health, the prevention of illness, and the care of ill, disabled and dying people.

How many people fail the NCLEX? ›

The National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) reports 13.43% of NCLEX-RN candidates fail the exam on their first attempt. The number of unsuccessful test-takers is low compared to the more than 86% who pass the exam on their first try.

What if I fail NCLEX? ›

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.

What happens if you don't pass the NCLEX in 3 years? ›

If you have not passed the NCLEX by the three-year anniversary of your graduation, you will have to attend a nursing education program before you may take the exam again.

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