Registration Time Limit
All NCLEX examination registrations will remain open for a 365-day time period during which a board of nursing may determine the candidate's eligibility. The time period begins when the board of nursing receives the candidate's registration from the test service. Once a candidate is made eligible, he or she must test within the validity dates printed on the Authorization to Test (ATT).
If a candidate's board of nursing is unable to make a candidate eligible within the 365-day time period, they must wait until their current registration expires before re-registering. A candidate may not have two NCLEX examination registrations (of the same exam type) open at the same time. If a candidate re-registers before their current registration expires, their second registration will be processed and denied, and the fee collected will be non-refundable.
Candidates who are not made eligible by their board of nursing within the 365-day time period will forfeit their registrations, including the candidate registration fee. Candidates who wish to take an NCLEX examination will need to re-register and re-pay the examination fee.
How to Register for the NCLEX Examination
Candidates who provide an e-mail address when registering for the NCLEX Examination will receive all subsequent correspondence from Pearson VUE only through e-mail. If a candidate does not provide and e-mail address when they register then all correspondence from Pearson VUE will arrive only though U.S. mail.
Registering on the Internet
Registering by Mail
NOTE: Registrations that are not properly completed and/or are not accompanied by the proper payment will be returned to the candidate and will delay testing.
Registering by Telephone
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