Frequently asked questions about NCLEX application:
1. Can I have my NCLEX application processed by your company?
Yes. We can facilitate your Eligibility, Credentials Service (CES/CVS) and Visa Screen Application, registering with NCLEX and exam scheduling ONLINE, regardless wherever you reside or work. We have processed thousands of applications online. We can also facilitate your U.S. License Endorsement and/or Renewal ONLINE. You will be assigned to our NCLEX manager and will be guided in every step of the application. All online accounts, paper applications and correspondences from all organizations and companies involved with your application will be handled by us. We are a USA based company, and all applications are followed up directly with CGFNS, Nursing Board and Pearson Vue.
2. How much is the processing fee?
Our processing fee is $255. This is a one time payment that covers our assistance from the start of your application until you schedule for your NCLEX exam. Our processing fee does not include the fees for CGFNS, Fingerprinting Agency, Nursing Board and Pearson Vue. Our processing fee also does not cover the fees required for requesting your documents from your nursing school, licensing authority, and mailing fees.
3. What are the the requirements in order to receive eligibility and sit for the NCLEX exam?
The licensure requirements in each US state vary. Although, most states require an evaluation of your credentials through the Commission on Graduates of Foreign Nursing Schools (CGFNS) for foreign-educated nurse applicants (graduated outside the United States). Credentialing service under CGFNS would require you to request certain documents from your nursing school and license validation from your licensing authority where you hold a RN license to be mailed to CGFNS.
Some states also require an English Language Proficiency Exam and/or a Criminal Background Check by submitting fingerprint cards. General requirements would be your secondary school diploma, nursing diploma, valid passport and Social Security Number information, if available. In order to assist you accordingly, kindly indicate the state you wish to be licensed in so that we can give you the specific requirements and fees for that state.
4. Is there an age limit for taking the NCLEX?
There is no age limit for taking the NCLEX although some states will only let you take the NCLEX by examination if you have graduated within the past 2 or 4 years.
5. Do I need to have work experience in order to take the NCLEX?
Some states require work experience and some do not. Kindly inform us of your desired state so we can check if work experience is required.
6. I am currently residing in a different country. Will you still be able to assist me?
Yes. Although there are a few tasks for your CGFNS credentialing that needed to be done and is not covered by our processing fee. You would need to accomplish this in the country where you obtained your nursing degree.
7. How will I know which state I should apply to?
If you have a desired state, let us know and we will inform you of the flowchart of the fees and requirements.
8. What are your payment methods?
We accept money order, bank transfer (USA and Philippines), Bank direct deposit (USA and Philippines), and/or PayPal payment. All details of payment information and bank accounts will be emailed to you in more detailed instructions.
9. How much will it cost me to take the NCLEX?
NCLEX application will usually range from $1,100-$1,400. This includes our processing fee, CGFNS, fingerprint fee, State Board Application, Pearson Vue and all other organizations involved.
10. Do we have to pay everything all at once?
No. Once your NCLEX manager has given you the flowchart and fees for the specific state you wish to apply, you will see the required fees for each step of the application. Your NCLEX manager will inform you once you are ready to proceed to the next step and when fees are due to proceed with your application.
11. How long is the processing time for NCLEX?
Processing time varies from state to state. Although most states will roughly take around 4-8 months to receive eligibility. Your compliance with the requirements and task instructed by your NCLEX manager could also influence the processing time of your application.
12. What will happen if I fail my exam?
The next course of action once you fail your exam will also depend on the state’s requirements for re-examination. Some states require you to wait for a 45-90 day period before you can apply to re-take your examination. Some states has a maximum of times that the applicant can take the NCLEX. Re-examination fees will definitely be requested by your NCLEX manager
13. What are your other services aside from licensure by examination?
We also offer processing services for US-RN license endorsement, renewal, Visa Screen and Certification Program.
*ALL FEES STATED ABOVE MAY CHANGE WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE.