Use the drop down menu under “NCLEX questions” to pick the specific area of question you want to answer.  I hope these are as helpful for you as they were for me.

Ok, I have been on some computers where drop down menus are not viewable, so here are links to the NCLEX question pages:


20161002_133419.png   (not really nclex style questions)



32 thoughts on “NCLEX Ques”

  1. This is a nice site. There are more than a few errors in the pharmacology section (i.e. numbering of questions and answer key does not match questions), but it is nice how this site is put together. As a nursing instructor, I say, “Great job”!

  2. Hello Amy! I featured your blog on my Ultimate Guide to free NCLEX resources on the web. Would you be willing to help spread the link via social media or even the blog? That’d be awesome. Thanks : )

  3. Great website:) I’m preparing now for nclex.. Thank you so much for sharing your hard work and effort

  4. Great information. Lucky me I discovered your website by accident (stumbleupon).
    I have book marked it for later!

  5. Great resource! It has been helpful. I would recommend periodic updates as evidence based practices do change from time to time, additional information can be added and increased on the site and some of the links, for example those under RESPIRATORY, are no longer available which discredits the reliability.

  6. Great website! I think it’s so valuable to provide NCLEX questions to study off of. I recently wrote this article about the what the number one mistake that most commonly nurses make on here

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