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TITLE: NCLEX-RN® success: are there predictors. By: McGahee, Thayer W., Gramling, Lou, Reid, Thomas F., Southern Online Journal of Nursing Research, 15380696, July 1, 2010, Vol. 10, Issue 4 Database: CINAHL Student success on the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN®, hereafter NCLEX-RN) examination is of paramount importance to both nursing students and nursing schools.
NCLEX-RN® pass rates are of interest to the faculty in professional nursing programs, institutions, and the profession, as they represent a measure of faculty and program effectiveness; accreditation agencies and state boards of nursing expect graduate success; and the profession of nursing needs prepared practitioners as it faces a shortage of licensed professional nurses in the workplace. NCLEX-RN® pass rates are of special interest to potential students who may choose a program due to reported rates, and graduates who are not successful may face anxiety and financial loss. Keywords: NCLEX-RN®, nursing, logistic regression December 2010 NCLEX-RN® Success: Are There Predictors The National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN®, hereafter NCLEX-RN) was instituted in 1984, moved to computerized testing (CAT) in 1994, increased in difficulty in 1998, 2004,[ 7] and again in 2010. Since the beginning of licensure examinations for nurses, there has been variable interest in studying factors related to pass rates with interest heightened during periods of declining pass rates. Success on this examination has widespread ramifications for students, nursing schools, and employers. ...
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