Taking the NLN Pre-Admission exam

If you are planning to enter the field of nursing, you need to acquire certain requirements. You need to pass first the National League for Nursing Pre-Admission Examination (NLN PAX). It is actually a standard entrance exam for potential student nurses seeking admittance into nursing schools countrywide. Every nursing student is required to take this examination before you are permitted to sign up to a certain program.

NLNThe NLN PAX RN and PN comprise three primary areas which are the verbal, mathematics and science. The verbal skills of the student will be measured by testing their word understanding and reading comprehension. The mathematics area includes basic calculations, problem solving, algebra, conversions, graphs, applied mathematics and geometry. In science, subject matters include physics, chemistry and general biology. You are given an hour for each section. All in all you, need to answer 214 questions. Each section includes all multiple-choice questions and experimental questions with regards to future test development. Answers to those questions aren’t counted in the scoring because it will be utilized as a baseline or test questions for future use.

Candidates may register online, just do as instructed online to sign up and take the Pre-Admission National League for Nursing for RN Examination.  Remember and take note of your login and password you created in the NLN website, because you will need these details in your examination date. Students are permitted to take the NLN Pre-Admission Exam once every six weeks. Though the subjects involved with the exam are covered in high school, you still need to have a review. Make some preparations by reviewing your notes in high school or picking a review center. Just review the basics and some important details of the subjects mentioned and you will be fine.

NLN Partnership

The National League for Nursing or NLN has joined with Lippincott Williams & Wilkins (LWW), part of Wolters Kluwer Health, to expand the reach of its publishing. LWW will be the unique supplier of print and e-books for the NLN, and will offer market growth and production assistance for the program. The NLN, the country’s biggest membership organization for nurse faculty and leaders in nursing education, will work together with LWW to determine guide topics and writers and will continue to work with NLN associates to ensure that the material satisfies the needs of nurse faculty.

NLNAs the first stage of this collaboration, LWW is supervising the book of three NLN titles. The new releases, available in print and e-book, include:

Hispanic Voices: Progreso, Poder, y Promesa

Simulation in Nursing Education: From Conceptualization to Evaluation; 2nd edition

The Scope of Practice for Academic Nurse Educators

As an extra of the NLN collaboration with LWW, NLN associates will receive a 20 percent discount on items available via lww.com. LWW and the NLN will also work together to provide member-only involvement opportunities.

“This collaboration allows the National League for Nursing to expand the reach of our publishing, and to further drive educational results that eventually improve our country’s health,” said Dr. Beverly Malone, CEO of the NLN. “LWW has the skills to guide us as we build our material profile, assistance our Facilities for Nursing Education, and help staff advance in their professions. We know we can depend on LWW to extend the impact of our titles and offer our associates with high quality services and assistance.”

A major founder of reliable nursing and other health material, LWW generates top quality, student-tested and faculty-endorsed resources for learners, staff, and experts in nursing and health-related areas. LWW’s text and review items, as well as e-books, mobile phone applications, and online solutions help nurses, teachers, and organizations. “The National League for Nursing is a major force and driver of quality in nursing education. LWW shares the dedication to enhance the nursing labor force,” says Leslie Driscoll, CEO of Wolters Kluwer Health’s Professional and Education Group. “We look forward to working together with the NLN, with nurse staff, and with key opinion leaders, to rapidly develop and enhance innovative promotions for staff and student growth.”