NCLEX Training | Mantram Study Group

NCLEX Training


NCLEX Training

NCLEX Training

Mantram Study Group offers comprehensive NCLEX Training designed to empower aspiring nurses with the knowledge and skills required to pass the NCLEX exams.

Their program emphasizes a thorough understanding of nursing principles through expert-led lectures, hands-on practice sessions, and a wealth of digital resources.

Students benefit from personalized feedback, continuous assessment, and strategies tailored to mastering complex clinical scenarios.

With Mantram's NCLEX Training, candidates are equipped to succeed on the exam and excel in their professional nursing careers.

Contact us at Mantram Study Group, SCO No. 80-81, First Floor, Sector 15-D and also in Sector 34, Chandigarh (Near Gate No. 2, Panjab University Chandigarh – Contact – 9779797575/ 9463049859)

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Q. What Are the Neurological Topics Covered in the NCLEX?

Neurological disorders are an essential focus area in NCLEX preparation. Topics include Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Parkinson's Disease, Alzheimer's Disease, Huntington's Disease, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), and Guillain-Barre Syndrome (GBS). Understanding nursing interventions for these conditions is crucial for success on the exam.

Q. How Many Questions Can I Get Wrong on the NCLEX?

You can miss up to 85 questions before officially failing the NCLEX exam. However, pass and fail determinations are primarily based on the NCLEX's confidence interval. Passing occurs when you answer enough questions correctly to maintain a position above the passing line with a 95% confidence interval.

Q. What Are the Key Rules to Remember for the NCLEX?

Several vital rules guide NCLEX exam performance:
Run-Out-of-Time (R.O.O.T.) Rule: Exceeding the five-hour time limit may indicate failure.
Maximum-Length Exam Rule: Answering 145 questions could signal a failing result.
95% Confidence Interval Rule: The NCLEX passes candidates with a 95% confidence interval based on correct answers.