Taking the NCLEX exam can be a nerve-wracking experience for any nurse. Fortunately, you can check your NCLEX results quickly and easily. Here’s how to do it properly.
Step 1: Visit the Pearson VUE website
The first step is to visit the Pearson VUE website. This is where you will find all the information related to your NCLEX exam, including your results. To access this site, you must have the same email address and password used during registration for your exam. Once logged in, you will see a list of available services, including “NCLEX Score Report” which will show you when your results are ready.
Step 2: Request a Score Report
Once on the Pearson VUE website, click on “NCLEX Score Report” which should be located near the top of the page. This will take you to a page where you can enter your name and other identifying information such as date of birth or Social Security Number if applicable. Clicking “Continue” will take you to a page where you can request a score report for an additional fee. If desired, select any additional options (such as rush delivery) and click “Submit” to complete your order. You should receive an email confirmation shortly after submitting your order that includes information about when to expect your score report in the mail or via email. Keep this confirmation handy just in case there are any issues with receiving your results later on down the line!
Step 3: Receive Your Score Report
After ordering a score report from Pearson VUE, it usually takes between two and four weeks for it to arrive by mail. If you opted for rush delivery, then it can take as little as one week to receive your results via email or fax depending on what option was chosen at checkout time. Once received, open up the envelope or log into your inbox and check out what’s inside -Your NCLEX Results! Congratulations! Now that you know how to check your Nclex Results let’s move on and talk about what those scores mean for nursing school admissions and more!
Conclusion: Checking your NCLEX results doesn’t have to be difficult; simply follow these steps outlined above and soon enough you’ll know how well (or not so well) that exam went! The process may vary slightly depending on what state board is administering it but these steps should apply in most cases. Good luck with future exams—you got this!