April 14, 2019

The one thing…

OK! You have been studying for your licensing exam. Now, you have only one month left for exam. What is one thing you can do to make the best out of this one month? Review your notes! Do as many reviews as you can with what you already have. For example, if you are our comprehensive student for NCLEX, you have the notes with you. You already learned everything from the video lectures and live webinars. Now, don’t try to learn something new. Instead, review what you have learned. Make sure your brain remembers what you have learned so far. Do more questions and apply what you know. Stop trying to cram up your brain with new information and materials you have just found from somewhere else. Instead focus on your notes, your review, the practice with questions.  This is also the time to take an exit exam and see where you stand. So, go ahead, take those notes and review!

NMC(UK) has made changes to CBT Part 1 exam from April 5th, 2019.

– The decision as to whether a candidate passes or fails the CBT is governed by an overall pass mark. This means that candidates must achieve the overall pass mark for their exam to pass the CBT. For Adult Nursing the overall pass mark is 68%. It is not required to score 90% in critical questions now.
– Number of questions and time remains the same (120 multiple choice questions to be completed in 4 hours)
– You may sit the CBT up to three times as part of one application, with a minimum of 10 days between each sitting. If you are unsuccessful after your permitted attempts, your application will close. You’ll be required to submit a new application and will not be able to sit the CBT again for a minimum of six months.

 

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