Evidence-based Strategies for Standardized Exam Remediation in Nursing : An Integrative Review
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Many nursing programs utilize standardized exams to prepare nursing students for the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX), a licensing exam students must pass after graduation to become a registered nurse. The scores on standardized exams can give early indications if students need additional help. Some programs allow students to retake the standardized exam when a less-than-optimal score is initially achieved. To improve scores, students are encouraged or even required to perform remediation activities. This integrative review of literature aims to find evidence-based standardized exam remediation strategies and best practices that will be effective for helping students reach benchmark scores on standardized nursing exams and, ultimately, pass the NCLEX-RN.
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