NCLEX® Item Writing Rules for Multiple Choice Questions and Your Nursing School Exams

Nurse educators, like you, have requested assistance from Hurst for improving their item writing skills so that their questions resemble NCLEX®-style questions. This continuing education seminar will provide you with the tools you need to enhance your confidence and ability to write high level items for your exams.
Learn how to follow specific guidelines in the item writing process as you design multiple-choice test items. This will provide your students with an added advantage on the NCLEX® if they are accustomed to answering priority questions and multiple-choice format questions written the NCLEX® way.

Creating Multiple Select Test Items

Nurse educators, like you, have requested assistance from Hurst for improving their item writing skills so that their questions resemble NCLEX®-style questions. This continuing education seminar will provide you with the tools you need to enhance your confidence and ability to write high level items for your exams.
Learn how to follow specific guidelines in the item writing process as you design multiple select test items. This will provide your students with an added advantage on the NCLEX® if they are accustomed to answering multiple select format questions written the NCLEX® way.

How can the student access closed captioning in the video lectures?

All the Hurst Review lecture videos are closed caption to assist with understanding the lecture content and to assist with different learning styles while studying.

The closed caption option is notated by the “CC” icon at the bottom of the screen once a lecture video is activated. Be sure to activate the video first, then click on the CC icon at the lower right side of the screen. Closed caption in English is available for all the lectures and can be turned on or off at any time in the student’s online account.

Are Hurst Review materials ADA/VPAT compliant?

Yes – we are compliant with the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act)/VPAT (Voluntary Product Accessibility Template) criteria– ALL of our videos for both RN and PN as well as the Elevate modules are closed caption. This attribute has been there for many years. Students can listen to the audio version of the videos if they prefer as well. We also can adjust the amount of time that students have in taking the Readiness exams/Simulators in their account to accommodate for special timing on testing per their school’s ADA ruling and documentation. This is a feature that has also been in our testing platform for many years.

Next Generation NCLEX® #2023

Next Generation NCLEX is set to be a part of the 2023 NCLEX RN and PN. Are you ready? Do you know how to write a case study? Do you understand the approved question types and how they fit into the case study and clinical judgment measurement model? If not, this program is for you. This program will not only acquaint you with the rationale behind the NGN changes and the impact of these changes on patient safety but will also demonstrate how to develop a case study with the approved NGN question formats and NGN measurement model.

Let the NCLEX® Test Plan Guide Your Item Writing

Nurse educators, like you, have requested assistance from Hurst for improving their item writing skills so that their questions resemble NCLEX®-style questions. This continuing education seminar will provide you with the tools you need to enhance your confidence and ability to write high level items for your exams.
Learn how to follow specific guidelines in the item writing process. This will provide your students with an added advantage on the NCLEX® if they are accustomed to answering priority questions and alternate format questions written the NCLEX® way.

Incorporating the NCLEX® Throughout the Curriculum

Every three years, the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) performs an extensive survey and analysis of the NCLEX® Test Plan process. Understanding the purpose of NCSBN, the NCLEX® practice analysis survey, the Client Needs categories and test plan will give insight that can be used to evaluate your curriculum. Incorporation of this NCLEX® process and “mindset” into the instructional plan of your curriculum will enhance your student performance on the NCLEX.