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NCLEX Tips and Strategies for Success


The NCLEX is designed to test your ability to critically think and make the best decisions to promote the best outcomes for you and your patients. NCLEX questions are leveled based on how well, or poorly you are doing. If you are answering the questions correctly, then the level of the questions should get more difficult as you continue to do well. If you are doing poorly, the questions will get easier, therefore allowing you the chance to bring up your score.

So here’s the scoop… you should feel like the NCLEX test questions are consistently difficult throughout the exam. If you feel that the questions are getting easier, pause,  take a deep breath and focus yourself – You can do it!

Best Wishes!


This Guest Blog article originally appeared on TheNurseSpeak.com 

Damion Jenkins RN, MSN is the founder and CEO of The Nurse Speak, LLC. - a nurse education and consultation services company and blog. He specializes in creating individualized tutoring plans that helps his students develop test taking strategies for success. He also offers consulting services for healthcare facilities desiring expert knowledge and understanding of professional growth and staff development principles, customer service and patient satisfaction strategies, improving nursing staff retention and job satisfaction, and workplace conflict resolution skills. His blog offers helpful tips, strategies, and discussion to enhance the nursing profession. Damion is also an adjunct professor for a local community college in the Baltimore City area, and teaches a variety of healthcare courses including: Nursing, Certified Nurse Assistant, Geriatric Nurse Assistant, Certified Patient Care Technician, IV Therapy, Phlebotomy, Certified Medicine Aide, and Nurse Refresher. With more than 20 years of customer service and leadership experience, Damion offers many resources and strategies for success that have been shown to improve the delivery of nursing care excellence. He has helped a variety of healthcare facilities create and maintain patient satisfaction committees resulting in improving survey scores and increased reimbursements, and he is often sought out to provide expert advice on how to positively impact workplace culture and job satisfaction among nursing staff.

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