Answered By: Kaijsa Calkins
Last Updated: Jun 26, 2017     Views: 25

We have two test banks for NCLEX. With both programs you will need to register, as they track your scores.

Stat!Ref:  with Direct to Board Vitals:

When you go into this program, look for Board Vitals in the upper right corner of all the boxes. Click on "Click Here" to enter. Once you are registered, the list of sample tests you can use will be at the top, and other ones are below. I like this one because it will tell you right away why you missed a question.

LearningExpress:

After you have registered, go to the blue box that says "Find Resources" and enter NCLEX. You will only want the ones for RN, so ignore the PN. This one has Flash Review, Power Practice and three sample tests. You have to complete a test to get any feedback on how you are doing.

These are both available through our databases page, under Health Sciences, then Nursing, or in the alphabetic lists.

Study books for the NCLEX are available on Level 4 in the RT 55 and RT 64 sections of Coe Library. Additional guides are available as ebooks and in other RT sections of Level 4. Click this link to run a canned search for NCLEX materials.

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