Different Methods Of NCLEX Registration
There are different methods of NCLEX registration. Like any other processes, there is always a first step. Applicants must first submit application for licensure to their desired states board of nursing. All specified requirements are to be submitted. Then the applicant can register and pay for the exam through Pearson VUE.
There are different methods that can be done in order to register for the said exam. Registering can be done by internet, mail, or through the telephone. The fee for the examination is USD 200. An applicant who gave an email address to register for the exam will receive consequent mails from Pearson VUE. If an e-mail address is not provided then replies from Pearson VUE will be received through U. S. Mail.
When registering through the internet, first go to NCLEX website. Click the Create a Web Account and Register option. You will be asked to answer questions. You can pay by using any major credit card such as MasterCard or VISA.
It can also be done by money order, certified check or cashiers check to be paid to the National Council of State Board of Nursing for USD 200 from a US bank. Mail any of the three mentioned together with the confirmation document from the site to NCLEX Operations.
Registering by Mail In can be done by having a scanned form from your desired state board of nursing. Photocopies are not allowed. With the NCLEX registration form, include certified check, money order or cashiers check in an envelope and mail it to the same address.
When using the telephone method, the mailed form must be filled up first. Then call the Candidate Services of Pearson VUE NCLEX. The representative will request for information from the said form. Payment then maybe done through VISA, MasterCard or American Express credit card. You will be asked to provide the name, the credit card number and as well as the expiration date. Verification of the credit card is done before the registering process.
There is a time period for the registrations. It will be open for 365 days in Pearson VUE while the candidate is being verified for eligibility. It starts when the board of nursing has the candidates registration.
Those not declared eligible within the time period will lose their NCLEX registration. They will have to register again and repay for the fee if they want to take said exam. However, they will have to wait until their present registration expires before they can re-register.