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What Should I Bring to NCLEX?

NCLEX exam requirements - What Should I Bring to NCLEX?

When it comes to the NCLEX exam, preparation goes beyond studying. Knowing what to bring on exam day is crucial for success. This article provides an overview of what you should and should not bring to the NCLEX exam.

NCLEX exam requirements: What to Bring

    1. Form of Identification: Bring an approved form of identification that matches the name on your Authorization to Test (ATT) email exactly.

 

    1. Authorization to Test (ATT) letter: Carry the ATT letter received after registering for the exam.

 

    1. Candidate Statement: Bring the candidate statement, confirming your understanding of the exam rules and regulations.

 

    1. Confirmation Email: Carry a printed copy of the confirmation email with your exam details and any special instructions.

 

NCLEX exam requirements: What Not to Bring

    1. Electronic Devices: Leave electronic devices, including cell phones and smartwatches, outside the testing area.

 

    1. Food and Drinks: Except for water in a clear, unlabeled bottle, do not bring food or drinks into the testing room.

 

    1. Study Materials: Leave study materials, such as notes and textbooks, behind to ensure fairness and exam integrity.

 

Remember to check specific guidelines in your state or province for any additional NCLEX exam requirements. Contact the appropriate regulatory organization if you have further questions about NCLEX regulations. By being prepared and organized, you can approach the NCLEX exam with confidence and increase your chances of success. Take control of your exam day by knowing what to bring and what to leave behind.

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