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Exam ResultsHow to Receive Results & Retake Details

Official Results

For quality control purposes, every NCLEX is scored twice, once by the computer at the test center and then after the exam record has been transmitted to Pearson VUE. The nursing regulatory body (NRB) will send the official results to candidates.

  • Official results are ONLY available through the NRB and will be sent to candidates within six weeks after taking the exam.

  • Do not call NCSBN, Pearson VUE Candidate Services or the test centers for exam results.

  • If more than six weeks have passed and a candidate hasn’t received a result, they should contact their NRB.

Quick Results

Candidates seeking licensure in the U.S. can receive their unofficial results two business days after the exam, if their NRB participates in the Quick Results Service.

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Candidate Performance Report

Candidates who do not pass the NCLEX, will receive an NCLEX Candidate Performance Report (CPR), which serves as a guide to prepare them to retake the exam.

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Test Security & Invalid Results

NCSBN strives to report results that accurately reflect the ability of each test taker. Accordingly, our standards and procedures for administering exams have two related goals: giving test takers comparable opportunities to demonstrate their abilities and preventing any test takers from gaining an unfair advantage over others.

NCSBN may cancel or withhold a candidate's results if, in NCSBN's judgment, there is a good faith basis to question the validity of the results for any reason, notwithstanding, the absence of any evidence of a candidate's personal involvement in irregular activities. Evidence of invalid results may include, but are not limited to, unusual answer patterns or unusual score increases from one exam to another. If a candidate's result is cancelled, revoked or invalidated without a finding that the candidate engaged in irregular behavior, the candidate may appeal the decision and/or will be offered a free retest. An appeal is a candidate's exclusive means of redress with regard to NCSBN's decision to take this action.