In order to register for the NCLEX-RN® or NCLEX-PN®, you’ll first receive an application for licensure about six weeks prior to graduation from your nursing school.
On a pre-determined date, you will be required to submit the completed forms and the licensure fees to your nursing school. Upon receipt of an ATT (authorization to test), you will be able to schedule your test date and time. Testing is available year-round, 15 hours a day, 6 days a week, in 6-hour time slots.
Registering for the NCLEX-RN® or NCLEX-PN® Exam
The cost to take the NCLEX-RN® or NCLEX-PN® exam is $200. If you choose to change the exam type (RN/PN) after registration, you’ll incur an additional $50 fee. Additional licensure fees are determined by the individual State Boards of Nursing. Once you’ve received your ATT, you can register for the NCLEX-RN® or NCLEX-PN® exam with Pearson VUE using either of the following two methods:
For questions regarding registering to take the NCLEX® exam, your Authorization to Test (ATT), a lost ATT, acceptable forms of identification, or comments about the test center, visit the NCLEX® candidate website (pearsonvue.com/nclex) or contact:
NCLEX® Candidate Services
NCLEX-RN® Examination Program Pearson Professional Testing
5601 Green Valley Drive
Bloomington, MN 55437-1099
After registering for the NCLEX, you will receive a card from your state board stating that all of your information has been received.
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