NCLEX Practice Questions Test Bank for Free

Welcome to our collection of free NCLEX practice questions to help you achieve success on your NCLEX-RN exam! This updated guide for 2023 includes 1,000+ practice questions, a primer on the NCLEX-RN exam, frequently asked questions about the NCLEX, question types, the NCLEX-RN test plan, and test-taking tips and strategies.

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NCLEX-RN Practice Questions Test Bank

We have included more than 1,000+ NCLEX practice questions covering different nursing topics for this nursing test bank! We’ve made a significant effort to provide you with the most challenging questions along with insightful rationales for each question to reinforce learning.

We recommend you do all practice questions before you take the actual exam. Doing so will help reduce your test anxiety and help identify nursing topics you need to review. To make the most of the practice exams, try to minimize mistakes to less than 15 questions and take your time answering the questions, especially when reading the rationales.

Included NCLEX-RN question sets for this nursing test bank are as follows:

  1. Comprehensive NCLEX-RN Practice Questions | Quiz #1: 75 Questions
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Quiz guidelines:

  1. Comprehend each item. Read and understand each question before choosing the best answer. The exam has no time limit so that you can make sense of each item at your own pace.
  2. Review your answers. Once you’re done with all the questions, you’ll be redirected to the Quiz Summary table, where you’ll be able to review which questions you’ve answered or may have skipped. Review your answers once more before pressing the Finish Quiz button.
  3. Read the rationales. After you have reviewed your answers, click on the Finish Quiz button to record your answers and show your score. Click on the View Questions button to review the quiz and read through the rationales for each question.
  4. Let us know your feedback! Comment us your thoughts, scores, ratings, and questions about the quiz in the comments section below.

NCLEX-RN Practice Questions | Quiz #1: 75 Questions

This is the first set of 75 questions for your NCLEX-RN practice quiz!

What is NCLEX?

NCLEX stands for National Council Licensing Examination. It is a test to determine if the candidate possesses the minimum level of knowledge necessary to perform safe and effective entry-level nursing care. The NCLEX-RN (for registered nurses) and the NCLEX-PN (for practical/vocational nurses) are examinations prepared by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN), whose mandate is to protect the public from unsafe nursing care. The NCSBN members include nursing regulatory bodies in the 50 states of the US, the District of Columbia, and four US territories. 

How to Register for the NCLEX?

So you’ve finally decided to take the NCLEX, the next step is registration or application for the exam. The following are the steps on how to register for the NCLEX, including some tips:

  1. Application to the Nursing Regulatory Board (NRB).The initial step in the registration process is to submit your application to the state board of nursing in the state in which you intend to obtain licensure. Inquire with your board of nursing regarding the specific registration process as requirements may vary from state to state.
  2. Registration with Pearson VUE.Once you have received the confirmation from the board of nursing that you have met all of their state requirements, proceed, register, and pay the fee to take the NCLEX with Pearson VUE. Follow the registration instructions and complete the forms precisely and accurately.
  3. Authorization to Test.If you were made eligible by the licensure board, you will receive an Authorization to Test (ATT) form from Pearson VUE. You must test within the validity dates (an average of 90 days) on the ATT. There are no extensions or you’ll have to register and pay the fee again. Your ATT contains critical information like your test authorization number, validity date, and candidate identification number.
  4. Schedule your Exam Appointment.The next step is to schedule a testing date, time, and location at Pearson VUE. The NCLEX will take place at a testing center, you can make an exam appointment online or by telephone. You will receive a confirmation via email of your appointment with the date and time you choose including the directions to the testing center.
    *Changing Your Exam Appointment. You can change your appointment to test via Pearson VUE or by calling the candidate services. Rules for scheduling, rescheduling, and unscheduling are explained further here. Failing to arrive for the examination or failure to cancel your appointment to test without providing notice will forfeit your examination fee and you’ll have to register and pay again. 
  5. On Exam Day.Arrive at the testing center on your exam appointment date at least 30 minutes before the schedule. You must have your ATT and acceptable identification (driver’s license, passport, etc) that is valid, not expired, and contains your photo and signature.
  6. Processing Results.You will receive your official results from the board of nursing after six weeks.

Computer Adaptive Test (CAT)

Like most standardized tests today, the NCLEX is administered by a computer. The NCLEX uses a computer adaptive test (CAT), which reacts to your answers to determine your competence level. The selection of questions is based on the NCLEX-RN test plan and by the level of item difficulty. 

Every time you answer a question, the computer reevaluates your ability based on all the previous answers and the difficulty of those test items. Your first question is relatively easy; if you selected a correct answer, the computer supplies you with a more difficult question from its question bank. If you have selected an incorrect answer, the computer gives you an easier question. This process continues throughout the examination until the test plan requirements are met, and the computer can determine your level of competence.  

Additionally, there is no option to skip a question, you must answer it, or the test will not move on. You cannot go back and review previous questions and change answers.

NCLEX-RN Test Plan

The NCLEX test plan is a content guideline to determine the distribution of test questions. NCSBN uses the “Client Needs” categories to ensure that the NCLEX covers a full spectrum of nursing activities. It is a summary of the content and scope of the NCLEX to serve as a guide for candidates preparing for the exam and to direct item writers in the development of items.  

The content of the NCLEX-RN is organized into four major Client Needs categories: Safe and Effective Care Environment, Health Promotion and Maintenance, Psychosocial Integrity, Physiological Integrity. Some of these categories are divided further into subcategories. 

Below is the NCLEX-RN test plan effective as of April 2019 to March 2022: 

I. Safe and Effective Care Environment 
Management of Care17-23%
Safety and Infection Control9-15%
II. Health Promotion and Maintenance6-12%
III. Psychosocial Integrity6-12%
IV. Physiological Integrity 
Basic Care and Comfort6-12%
Pharmacological and Parenteral Therapies12-18%
Reduction of Risk Potential9-15%
Physiological Adaptation11-17%

Safe and Effective Care Environment

There are two subcategories under Safe and Effective Care Environment.

  • Management of Care (17-23%) category includes content that tests the nurse’s knowledge and ability to direct nursing care that enhances the care delivery setting in order to protect clients, significant others, and health care personnel. 
  • Safety and Infection Control (9-15%) category includes content that tests the nurse’s ability required to protect clients, families, and health care personnel from health and environmental hazards. 

Health Promotion and Maintenance 

Health Promotion and Maintenance (6-12%) category includes content that tests the nurse’s ability to provide and direct nursing care of the client that incorporates knowledge of expected growth and development, preventing and early detection of health problems, and strategies to achieve optimal health. 

Psychosocial Integrity 

The Psychosocial Integrity category (6-12%) is content related to the promotion and support for the emotional, mental, and social well-being of the client experiencing stressful events and clients with acute or chronic mental illness. 

Physiological Integrity

In the Physiological Integrity category are items that test the nurse’s ability to promote physical health and wellness by providing care and comfort, reducing risk potential, and managing health alterations. There are four subcategories under Physiological Integrity. 

  • Basic Care and Comfort (6-12%) are content to test the nurse’s ability to provide comfort and assistance to the client in the performance of activities of daily living. 
  • Pharmacological and Parenteral Therapies (12-18%) category includes content to test the nurse’s ability to administer medications and parenteral therapies (IV therapy, blood administration, and blood products). 
  • Reduction of Risk Potential (9-15%) category includes content to tests the nurse’s ability to prevent complications or health problems related to the client’s condition or prescribed treatments or procedures. 
  • Physiological Adaptation (11-17%) category includes questions that test the nurse’s ability to provide care to clients with acute, chronic, or life-threatening conditions. 

Item Writers for NCLEX

Who writes questions for the NCLEX? The NCSBN sets the criteria and selection process for item writers who are registered nurses. Many of them are nursing educators who hold an advanced degree in nursing, so if you’ve completed an accredited nursing program, you have already taken several tests written by nurses with backgrounds similar to those who write for the NCLEX.

Testing Time

The maximum testing time for the NCLEX-RN is six (6) hours, and there is no time limit for each NCLEX question. The exam time includes all the tutorials and all the breaks. The first break is offered after two (2) hours, and the second break is offered after 3.5 hours of testing. All breaks are optional, and most test-takers may not need the full-time allotment to complete the examination.

How to Pass the NCLEX?

The NCSBN indicates that these three rules govern pass-or-fail decisions: 95% Confidence Interval Rule, Maximum-Length Exam Rule, and Run-Out-Of-Time Rule.

95% Confidence Interval Rule

In this scenario, the computer stops administering test questions when it is 95% certain that your ability is clearly above the passing standard or clearly below the passing standard. 

Maximum-Length Exam

When your ability is close to the passing standard, the computer continues to give you items until the maximum number of items is reached. At this point, the computer disregards the 95% confidence rule and decides whether you pass or fail by your final ability estimate. If your final ability estimate is above the passing standard, you pass; if it is below, you fail. 

Run-Out-Of-Time (R.O.O.T.) Rule

When you run out of time before reaching the maximum amount of items, the computer has not been able to decide whether you passed or failed with 95% certainty and has to use an alternate rule. You fail if you have not answered the minimum number of required questions. If you have at least answered the minimum amount of items, the computer reviews your last 60 questions. If your ability estimate was consistently above the passing standard on the last 60 questions, you pass. If your ability dropped below the passing standard, even once, during your last 60 questions, you fail.

How many question are on the NCLEX?

For the NCLEX-RN, the minimum number of questions you need to answer is 75, while the maximum number in the test is 265. Regardless of the number of questions you answer, you are given 15 experimental questions (pretest questions). Pretest questions are indistinguishable from other questions on the test, not indicated as such, are being tested for future examination, and not counted against your score. 

Question Types in the NCLEX-RN

Although most NCLEX items are multiple-choice, there are other formats as well. You may be administered multiple-choice items and questions written in alternate formats. These formats may include: multiple-response or select all that apply, fill-in-the-blank calculation, ordered response, hotspot, figure, chart or exhibit, graphic, audio, and video.

Multiple-Choice Questions

Multiple-choice question format for the NCLEX
Multiple-choice question format for the NCLEX

Many questions on the NCLEX are in multiple-choice format. This traditional text-based question will provide you data about the client’s situation, and you can only select one correct answer from the given four options. Multiple-choice questions may vary and include: audio clips, graphics, exhibits, or charts.

Chart or Exhibit Questions

Chart or Exhibit Alternate Format for the NCLEX
Chart or exhibit question format

A chart or exhibit is presented along with a problem. You’ll be provided with three tabs or buttons that you need to click to obtain the information needed to answer the question. Select the correct choice among four multiple-choice answer options. 

Graphic Option

In this format, four multiple-choice answer options are pictures rather than text. Each option is preceded by a circle that you need to click to represent your answer.


In an audio question format, you’ll be required to listen to a sound to answer the question. You’ll need to use the headset provided and click on the sound icon for it to play. You’ll be able to listen to the sound as many times as necessary. Choose the correct choice from among four multiple-choice answer options. 


For the video question format, you must view an animation or a video clip to answer the following question. Select the correct choice among four multiple-choice answer options. 

Select All That Apply or Multiple-Response

Select All That Apply Question format for the NCLEX
Select-all-that-apply or multiple response

Multiple-response or select all that apply (SATA) alternate format question requires you to choose all correct answer options that relate to the information asked by the question. There are usually more than four possible answer options. No partial credit is given in scoring these items (i.e., selecting only 3 out of the 5 correct choices), so you must select all correct answers for the item to be counted as correct. 

Tips when answering Select All That Apply Questions

  • You’ll know it’s a multiple-response or SATA question because you’ll explicitly be instructed to “Select all that apply.”
  • Treat each answer choice as a True or False by rewording the question and proceed to answer each option by responding with a “yes” or “no”. Go down the list of answer options one by one and ask yourself if it’s a correct answer.
  • Consider each choice as a possible answer separate to other choices. Never group or assume they are linked together.


Fill-in-the-Blank question format for the NCLEX

The fill-in-the-blank question format is usually used for medication calculation, IV flow rate calculation, or determining the intake-output of a client. You’ll be asked to perform a calculation in this question format and type in your answer in the blank space provided. 

Tips when answering Fill-in-the-Blank

  • Always follow the specific directions as noted on the screen. 
  • There will be an on-screen calculator on the computer for you to use. 
  • Do not put any words, units of measurements, commas, or spaces with your answer, type only the number. Only the number goes into the box.
  • Rounding an answer should be done at the end of the calculation or as what the question specified, and if necessary, type in the decimal point. 


Ordered-response question format for the NCLEX
Ordered-response question format for the NCLEX

In an ordered-response question format, you’ll be asked to use the computer mouse to drag and drop your nursing actions in order or priority. Based on the information presented, determine what you’ll do first, second, third, and so forth. Directions are provided with the question. 

Tips when answering Ordered-Response questions

  • Questions are usually about nursing procedures. Imagine yourself performing the procedure to help you answer these questions.
  • You’ll have to place the options in correct order by clicking an option and dragging it on the box on the right. You can rearrange them before you hit submit for your final answer.


Hotspot Alternate Question Format for the NCLEX
Sample hotspot alternate question format

A picture or graphic will be presented along with a question. This could contain a chart, a table, or an illustration where you’ll be asked to point or click on a specific area. Figures may also appear along with a multiple-choice question. Be as precise as possible when marking the location. 

Tips when answering Hotspot questions

  • Mostly used to evaluate your knowledge of anatomy, physiology, and pathophysiology.
  • Locate anatomical landmarks to help you select the location needed by the item.

Want a trial run of the NCLEX? We highly recommend you complete the online tutorial by the NCSBN to help you familiarize yourself with the different question types for the NCLEX.

Want more practice questions?

Please visit our Nursing Test Bank page if you’re looking to answer more practice questions from different topics and different question formats.

Recommended books and resources for your NCLEX success:

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Saunders Comprehensive Review for the NCLEX-RN
Saunders Comprehensive Review for the NCLEX-RN Examination is often referred to as the best nursing exam review book ever. More than 5,700 practice questions are available in the text. Detailed test-taking strategies are provided for each question, with hints for analyzing and uncovering the correct answer option.

Strategies for Student Success on the Next Generation NCLEX® (NGN) Test Items
Next Generation NCLEX®-style practice questions of all types are illustrated through stand-alone case studies and unfolding case studies. NCSBN Clinical Judgment Measurement Model (NCJMM) is included throughout with case scenarios that integrate the six clinical judgment cognitive skills.

Saunders Q & A Review for the NCLEX-RN® Examination
This edition contains over 6,000 practice questions with each question containing a test-taking strategy and justifications for correct and incorrect answers to enhance review. Questions are organized according to the most recent NCLEX-RN test blueprint Client Needs and Integrated Processes. Questions are written at higher cognitive levels (applying, analyzing, synthesizing, evaluating, and creating) than those on the test itself.

NCLEX-RN Prep Plus by Kaplan
The NCLEX-RN Prep Plus from Kaplan employs expert critical thinking techniques and targeted sample questions. This edition identifies seven types of NGN questions and explains in detail how to approach and answer each type. In addition, it provides 10 critical thinking pathways for analyzing exam questions.

Illustrated Study Guide for the NCLEX-RN® Exam
The 10th edition of the Illustrated Study Guide for the NCLEX-RN Exam, 10th Edition. This study guide gives you a robust, visual, less-intimidating way to remember key facts. 2,500 review questions are now included on the Evolve companion website. 25 additional illustrations and mnemonics make the book more appealing than ever.

NCLEX RN Examination Prep Flashcards (2023 Edition)
NCLEX RN Exam Review FlashCards Study Guide with Practice Test Questions [Full-Color Cards] from Test Prep Books. These flashcards are ready for use, allowing you to begin studying immediately. Each flash card is color-coded for easy subject identification.

Matt Vera, a registered nurse since 2009, leverages his experiences as a former student struggling with complex nursing topics to help aspiring nurses as a full-time writer and editor for Nurseslabs, simplifying the learning process, breaking down complicated subjects, and finding innovative ways to assist students in reaching their full potential as future healthcare providers.

144 thoughts on “NCLEX Practice Questions Test Bank for Free”

  1. Thank you so much for this free site. I found it just as helpful as Kaplan and Sanders which I paid for. I recommended this nurseslabs to some of my nurse friends preparing for the NCLEX. I used it to study and passed my NCLEX October 28. I will continue to use this as a reference. Once again Thank-You.
    A.Haynes RN

  2. Hey Matt,
    I am impressed by your generosity. I couldn’t believe these were all free. In all fairness, there should be a tab for donations for the constant upkeep of the web. A very minimal way to show our gratitude.



    • Although I just started nursing school the i formation is mind blowing and very useful for me already. Thank you for your generosity. I will be using all the practice quizzes and test to prepare myself. Thank you again.

  3. you guys all thank you so much for this massively hard work and huge success for all the nurses around the world .

  4. Your efforts are immeasurable, you are not only helping nurses to pass their NCLEX exams but also increasing the number of qualified/competent nurses providing healthcare around the globe. We are grateful. I used this site to prepare for internal exams whilst I was in school and it really helped me. I’ll be writing NCLEX soon..

  5. Thank you so much Nurse matt vera for this qbank,most beneficial, God bless you., if I may
    ask for some videos or pictures associated with the questions, will also help e.g lung sounds,abdominal sound etc thank you

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  9. i just want to confirm for #39 it state pt need additional teaching so E should also be included to the answer cause it was contraindicated to MS right? . thank you :)

  10. Thanks alot.I,ve got a question
    What score ranges would be considered a Pass?
    I scored 69.33% overall.
    is that a Pass???

  11. Question 16 on practice test 9 asked about assessment during L sided CHF, yet the correct answer pertained to right sided HF. Just wanted to let you know…. Thanks for the practice questions! Appreciate all the work put into this.

  12. You Matt and your staff are such a blessing to us who will be taking the NCLEX RN exam. This site is very useful and helpful because it is very comprehensive and easy to understand.
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    Thank you so much

  13. The site is very informative. I have learned a lot. Test questions are really amazing which I cannot find with other website. However, I got a low score, thus I need to further study especially on the areas wherein I got a below passing grade. I hope you will allow me.
    Thank you

  14. The Practice tests are awesome! The rationales are all well-explained which I love because it gives me more knowledge and insight. Thank you for creating this website free of charge.

  15. Thank you Matt for the awesome and great website! its beyond compare. I want more practice test questions to hone my knowledge in Nursing practice, however, when I am trying to open one of the practice tests, I cant go through it. Could you please allow me?
    God bless

  16. Thank you Matt for this practice test. Now I know my strength and weaknesses and will concentrate of the system that needs for further study.
    Can I practice more in practice test no 2? Please allow me to go trough with it.
    Kudos to you and your staff.

  17. Hi this is what i got, im so nervous due to my nclex exam its gonna be this coming oct. Its doesnt say pass or not.

    Your score 48%
    Basic Care and Comfort 100%
    Health Promotion and Maintenance 53.85%
    Pharmacological and Parenteral Therapies 26.67%
    Physiological Adaptation 54.55%
    Psychosocial Integrity 100%
    Reduction of Risk Potential 36.36%
    Safety and Infection Control 100%

  18. The Practice tests are excellent. The rationales are all well-explained which I love because it gives me more knowledge and insight. Thank you for creating this website free of us. Remain blessed.

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  20. Love this. Thank you for sharing your generosity. I’ve been using this since I was still in college and I continue to use it until now.

  21. I remain speechless but mostly grateful for your unconditional helpful assistance for this awesome richly throughout profound tool and opportunity given to me to increase my confidence, strengthen my knowledge, and be ready for my upcoming exam. Your questions and rationales are beyond my expectations. You are a God’ sent angel. Thank You. God Bless you. I will be forever grateful to you for making my dream come true! 🙌

  22. Amazing and really awesome job to you Matt and your entire team, may God replenish your source for giving us this for free. I have recommended to all my friends and family. Remain blessed and stay safe.

  23. Your test questions have greatly helped me pass my NCLEX. I passed my NCLEX today and thank you to Nurseslabs. I came across this website by accident and I do not know how but it was divine intervention. I will definitely recommend Nurseslabs to my friends. The quality of the questions and rationales were very good and you would not think this is all for free the kind of work that came with it.

    Kudos Nurseslabs and wishing all the future test takers all the best!

    • Wow Sam, congrats! What materials did you use other than nurseslabs? I’ve been answering nurseslabs also. My exam is on June. I hope I could also make it.

  24. Thank you for this NCLEX sample test,as tool to determine areas i need to review/focus on for the proper exams.

  25. I just wanna ask why is that there are no more rationale posted after answering the question unlike before. Thanks by the way for the free and great Q & A bank. ❤

    • Sorry, we’re currently having some performance issues with that setup. Until we can resolve it, we have set each quiz to show results and rationales only after you have finished all the questions. Thank you for your understanding.

    • Hi, after you’re done answering all questions, the final item will direct you to the “Quiz Summary,” from there, click on the “Finish Quiz” button to get your final score.

  26. Thank you so much, Nurse Matt for your generosity. Helping your fellow nurses and aspiring nurses to work abroad is such a selfless and noble act. God bless you and your team!

  27. The rationale after the question will really help us a lot specially when you are just using the question via online.

    • Hi Romel, we have temporarily changed this setting so that results and rationales will show only after you’ve finished the quiz. This is because we’re having some performance issues when using the previous setting. We’ll revert the changes once we’re sure the problem is resolved. Thanks for understanding!

    • Hi Joy,

      After answering the last item of the quiz, you’ll be redirected to the quiz summary. From there, click on the “Finish Quiz” button to view your score and results. You can also click on the “View Questions” button to review your answers and read the rationales.

  28. Hi, thanks for providing so much useful information and all the test banks!

    In RN practice Quiz 1:75 questions, for question 70, wonder if the correct phrase would be “would you NOT expect”?


  29. Hi, thank you so much for your generosity. Using this to prepare for my NCLEX and find it very informative. I will keep you posted on how it goes on the D-day

  30. Frequently throughout the quiz, ARDS is given as “Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome” instead of “Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome”. This needs to be corrected.

    • Hi Bella, thanks for bringing this up.

      Technically both terms are correct since “adult respiratory distress syndrome” is an earlier name referred to “acute respiratory distress syndrome” to differentiate it from respiratory distress syndrome in neonates and children. For the sake of uniformity, we have edited them to “acute respiratory distress syndrome”. You can read more about it here:

  31. I just wanted to thank you for taking the time to generate this website, this is really helpful and is free. God bless you

  32. Hi Sir, kindly explain why this question – The client with hyperemesis gravidarum is at risk for developing: Metabolic Acidosis is the answer. Thank you.

  33. thank you for your help and kindness. It’s difficult to go back to school after 22 years of practice as a RN to take the test where you must cover a vast knowledge, which you do not use in everyday working (depends on the special field you are working. so I really appreciate your effort and dedication.

  34. Matt Vera and all those helping us through this free medium, May God richly bless you abundantly. And may all your good desires come through

  35. Hello Vera,
    I would start by thanking you for the great job you’ve done by helping us in our preparation for the exams.
    secondly would wish to know wther you have audio clips for lung, heart and abdominal sounds.
    thank you in advance and if any kindly let mh know pls.

  36. Thank you so much Nurse Matt you just don’t know how nurseslabs helped me in my nursing career and i even recommended nurseslabs to some of my friends. God bless you😊

  37. Hi Matt,
    Thank you for this, indeed very helpful practice questions.
    Just a query though it says here to limit wrong answers to 15 or less? So is that the passing mark ? about 75-80%

  38. Thank you so much for the practice questions. I learned a lot and it helped me to understand why I was getting my answers wrong. I used Kaplan and Saunders but it wasn’t helping me. I feel more confident than ever to retake my boards.


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