Are you gearing up to take the NCLEX? As the most important exam of your career, you will want to ensure that you’re taking the time to not only prepare for test day but to also understand the test itself – from knowing how the exam works, the format of the questions, and what the test plan looks like.
So where do you start? We’re sharing some helpful resources – via the new ATI NCLEX Student Support Center – to aid you on your way to NCLEX success.
The NCLEX basics: An interactive video overview
Start with the basics. In this interactive video, ATI Nurse Educator Pamela Roland, MSN, MBA, RN, is diving into everything from an NCLEX and NCSBN overview to understanding the Next Generation NCLEX (NGN) and the changes you need to know about. Get started.
NCLEX question of the week
You know what they say, practice makes perfect. Each week, we’re sharing an NCLEX-style question on our Facebook page. Follow our page and participate in the prep. From NGN item types and more, we’ve got you covered.
Student guidebook to NCLEX
Did you know that the NCLEX test plan is updated every three years? That means the exam you eventually take will be based on the most recent update (April 1, 2023). To get started preparing (it’s never too soon!), start referencing a comprehensive guide we developed specifically for students about the new version of the exam. It contains everything you need to know. Take a look at the student NCLEX guide.
Ongoing student NCLEX webinar series
Get a jumpstart in understanding more about the NCLEX – which is a unique test unlike any you’ve ever taken – by attending one of our upcoming “2023 NCLEX (NGN): What you need to know” webinar sessions geared for you – the test taker. ATI’s expert nurse educators are diving into all the basics, including an exam overview, test-taking strategies, clinical judgment, NGN-style questions, and more. Register for a webinar date that fits your schedule.
NCLEX Student Support Center
Want more? All these resources and additional support – videos, expert articles, quick reference NGN guides, and more – live in the NCLEX Student Support Center. Bookmark this page and make it your NCLEX HQ.