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Authors

  1. Landry, Lynette G. PhD, RN
  2. Davis, Harvey PhD, RN, CARN
  3. Alameida, Marshall D. PhD, RN, CNS
  4. Prive, Alice PhD, RN
  5. Renwanz-Boyle, Andrea DNSc, RN, BC

Abstract

Nursing faculty are concerned about the ability of recent graduates to successfully pass NCLEX-RN on their first-attempt. To facilitate student first-time success on the examination, nurse educators need to understand what student characteristics are predictive of success. The purpose of this study was to explore student characteristics across 3 different programs types (university-based BSN, master's entry, and satellite BSN) and in each of the 3 program types to identify predicators of first-time NCLEX-RN success.