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UWorld is more than a practice question bank, it is an “explanation bank” that is a 1-stop learning resource where you have all the information you need to master NCLEX concepts.

UWorld is the leader in online medical practice question banks with over 90% of medical students using UWorld to pass their licensing exams. Our questions are designed by nursing experts to be as difficult as the NCLEX so you will be prepared and confident on exam day.

Our product includes:

- + NCLEX-RN-style and + NCLEX-PN-style questions designed to teach critical thinking skills.
- Detailed answer rationales for every answer choice so you can master the concepts.
- Over 30% select-all-that-apply (SATA) and alternate items.
- Detailed medical images and charts that will help you master difficult concepts faster.
- Continuous question updating which ensures the most medically accurate questions and answers.
- Questions by system so you can focus on your weak areas.
- In-depth statistics of your performance so you know your progress relative to your peers

- Minor bug fixes and stability improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

I did it ! You can too!

How I passed nclex in 75 questions! First off let me say that I read a million post both good and bad about the nclex and review programs. Our school got us discounted price for Kaplan and because everyone was buying it i felt like I need to as well, although expensive I made the purchase. After practicing for about 2 weeks I realize that Kaplan is not for me !!! I felt very discouraged and the rationals is non existence , they sucked! After spending over $ (discounted price) on Kaplan I was hesitant to buy another program, then I came cross uworld and the testimonies were great. Badly In need of building confidence to face this exam I closed my eyes and bought yet another nclex review program. I GOT UWORLD ! this time I was pleased with my purchase pass or fail! Uworld is awesome I did questions on uworld for a month and I passed with 75 questions. By doing uworld questions and reading the rationals if you get it wrong or right was very help as it teaches you how to look at/ approach the questions I strongly recommend uworld because you can’t pass nclex without content , test strategies go so far CONTENT IS KEY and uworld rationals are like pages from a text book . Thank you uworld the best $ I have ever spent !!! Alesha RN

Power of Questions

I used uworld in my last semester in advanced med surg/ critical care and through studying for NCLEX. I bought the $ subscription that comes with the test bank & two practice test. I think this app is good at being a tool to make sure you get the “meat and potatoes” of what you need to know necessary to all the topics they have. It has good explanations and although it didn’t have that many questions for critical care I think it helped me understand better and is good to go over in a study group. As for the NCLEX I passed with 75 questions and I did the test bank and for both practice tests it said I had a high chance of passing. And don’t worry even if it doesn’t it gives a good overview on what you need to go back over!! I think this is a good tool for all nursing students but especially the ones that learn from doing a lot of questions like me. This also was a big help for my exit exam for my nursing school. So I recommend uworld even if you get it for the cheapest one just to read those explanations and have a decent amount of questions that you can take notes and write flash cards from. It’s much easier to retain since it is summed up precisely. Thank you Uworld!!!

-Bria RN

Bottom Line: Passed on first attempt!

UWorld was my main study resource for the NCLEX-RN. I averaged in the 60s, got a “Very High” chance of passing on my first self assessment and a “High” chance of passing on my second. I passed the NCLEX last weekend in 75 questions. I highly recommend UWorld as a resource. I did not follow a study schedule like some do. I’m the mom of an month-old and mostly would do spurts of timed and tutored questions when I had the time. I took my first self assessment a month prior to when I thought the exam would be (mine was rescheduled for a month later due to a snowstorm) and I took the second self assessment two days before my exam. Though I got great results from UWorld, I only gave 4 stars because making flash cards was a selling point for me and I could never figure out how to do it right or how to do it in a way to benefit me. I wish I could have starred questions that I really wanted to come back to review what I wanted in an easier way. UWorld is way harder than the NCLEX but it helped me most with practicing those dreaded SATA questions and highlighting my weaknesses. The rationales are great. Using UWorld, memorizing labs, and brushing up on nurse education/nurse prioritization is the only thing I would tell my past, pre-NCLEX, super anxious self to focus on.

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Uworld NCLEX Review: Pros, Cons, My Scores and Tips

Uworld NCLEX questions are a very popular resource to use for NCLEX prep. I did all the questions (~) in 3 months and ended up spending $ for it! I wanted to find out if what I heard was true.

Are they really that hard?

Are they really that good?

Are they too medical?

Are the low scores normal?

Are the rationales awesome?

Are the rationales too much to read?

In this blog post, I go over the pros, cons, show you my scores and offer tips when doing Uworld NCLEX questions.

The Cons

1. The rationales can be too detailed a lot of the time. The rationales are what Uworld is known for. It can look impressive with all that content, but it was too much at times. There was information in there that didn&#;t really matter for the answer or wasn&#;t important to know as a nurse. I like rationales a little more to the point (but not bare like some resources I&#;ve seen). There could be a lot of wasted time reading rationales. However, you may like the longer rationales and that&#;s totally fine!

2. The answers can be too medical sounding. Some of the answers would be how a doctor would respond, not a nurse. For example, the correct answer would be explaining risks of a procedure. This can sound &#;scary&#; to a client and a nurse would not say this.

3. The questions were about obscure or rare diseases. The NCLEX people say that the test is about common and basic nursing content. So when Uworld is asking about something obscure, then it starts to sound more medical. I wondered if some of the medical questions were repurposed for nursing or maybe even medical students wrote some of the questions. For example, I&#;ve never heard of volmann contractures, sjorgens disease, diaylsis disequilibrium disorder or validation theory. And you&#;ve never heard of it either, because it&#;s rare and not worth remembering!

4. The answers are about things you&#;ve never heard of or are too detailed. It&#;s difficult to choose the answer if you&#;ve never heard of it before and it&#;s not something common or basic. Once again, this would be a very medical type of answer. This could be one of the reasons that Uworld may have such low scores.

The Pros

1. The questions are not too wordy. Students have told me multiple times that the questions were like reading a long paragraph and could be too complicated. I disagree &#; the questions were straight-forward and the problem was clearly stated. It could be that the questions look long because the rationales are so detailed.

2. It looks like the real NCLEX. This is important because being familiar with format of the real NCLEX decreases stress.

3. There are lots of SATA. Overall, the SATA were well-written. There are probably too many with all the answers correct. And some answers I disagree with. But as usual, not all questions are written perfectly or thoroughly tested for accuracy.

4. There are a lot of &#;Who do you see first?&#; questions. These are the multi-patient prioritization questions. It is a common type of question on the NCLEX and Uworld provides over a of these types of questions and most are very well-written. Being able to pick out the immediate complication is an important skill.

5. There are lots of delegation questions. There are many poorly written delegation questions out there. However, Uworld did a good job writing these. There were surprisingly few that I disagreed with.

6. The pharmacology section is great. Uworld absolutely asks about the most common things to know about meds. And there wasn&#;t anything overly medical or detailed.

My Scores

Overall, I got 77% of my questions correct! I was in the 99th percentile for passing which is a very high chance for passing NCLEX. The median score was 48% so I was quite a bit higher (I expected to do well since I teach this stuff!). It&#;s important to know that scores are not the only indicator of passing. It&#;s VERY possible to get low scores (in the 50&#;s) and still pass NCLEX as long as you are reviewing basic content and understand that the test is based on SAFETY. So, content and choosing safe answers is key to passing.

My scores for the individual topics were:

  • Adult health: 78%
  • Child health: 74%
  • Critical care: 78%
  • Fundamentals: 76%
  • Leadership/Management: 76%
  • Maternity/Newborn: 72%
  • Mental health: 79%
  • Pharmacology: 80%

Here&#;s an example page from some tests I did and how I did the questions.

I always did my tests in sets of 25 because I have a short-ish attention span! I used study mode so I could read the rationale immediately after doing the question. I would then take a minute or two to rest and then start another test. If I got it right, I skipped the rationale. If I got it wrong, I would read the rationale. If I thought the content was important, and it wasn&#;t already in my nugget pages book, I would write it down. I never wrote down things that were rare or obscure.

You might be wondering why doesn&#;t Justine consistently get in the 80&#;s and 90&#;s?! Well, I try not to look up content before doing questions. But I will review content first. And because I teach this stuff, wrote a book and made flashcards, I should already know it. But I&#;m not going to know everything and even I forget some things! I also made some dumb mistakes when doing the questions, like missing key information or not really thinking about the answers enough. I hate when I do that! I also had so much nervous energy when I started Uworld that I did horrible on my first test of 25 questions and only got a 56% for Fundamentals: med administration! But I redeemed myself and did much better on test 3 the next day.

Uworld can ask about obscure or rare diseases. There&#;s just no way I&#;m always going to be able to get the right answer if I just don&#;t know what that thing is. I still haven&#;t looked up sjorgens disease or validation theory. 🙂

Can I Recommend Uworld?

Yes, absolutely! Uworld NCLEX questions are a solid set of questions to use with your NCLEX prep! Just make sure to review content before doing the questions. My students use my nugget pages book and flashcards.

There are other good resources out there such as: Hurst Review, Remar Review, Live Klimek Review or a book like Saunders. Just don&#;t use too many resources or you&#;ll get overwhelmed.

Why are there low average scores for Uworld?

In my opinion, the average scores for questions was way too low. After each question, you can see how many people choose the right answer(s). I thought that maybe students were 1) rushing through the questions and not really thinking about the answers or 2) didn&#;t study content before doing the questions and/or 3) there&#;s too much obscure/medical sounding questions and answers.

Whatever the reason for the low Uworld scores, it&#;s important to be thoughtful when doing the questions.


If you do decide to use Uworld, here are some tips.

1. Study content before doing practice questions. If you don&#;t know content, then it&#;s really hard to get the questions correct. So go review the topic first, then go do some questions. For example, if you are working on adult health cardiac, then go review cardiac first.

2. Do the fundamentals, critical care and priority questions last. These questions include content from all the systems and it&#;s important to have a good understanding of the content before attempting those.

The priority questions come from the leadership/management section and include all the &#;who do you see first&#; questions. These are questions where you have to choose the most immediate complication. You&#;ll want a thorough understanding of the immediate complications from all the systems.

3. Read the rationale if you get it wrong or don&#;t understand why you got it correct. Yes, there will be content in there that doesn&#;t matter, but it&#;s the only way to see why you got it wrong. If you get it correct and you understand why, then just skip the rationale.

4. Limit the number of questions to around a day. Give yourself time to do the questions thoughtfully and don&#;t rush.

5. Add questions from another resource if the Uworld questions seem too hard. Remember that the real NCLEX asks about common and basic nursing stuff. You want to get the easy questions correct. I suggest the Saunders book to do questions because they ask about more common/basic things. Many other resources are fine to use also, such as Davis, or Lippincott.

My next NCLEX adventure is to do all the questions from the NCSBN review. This is a much cheaper option and many of my students have used it. Be on the look out for that REVIEW.

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Nursing NCLEX Q-Bank by UWorld

The NCLEX-RN test is meant to give nursing students a run for their money.

It is a difficult computerized test meant to predict with a 95% confidence interval whether or not a graduated nursing student meets the minimum level of competency to practice safely as a registered nurse. The test is adaptive, meaning high-scoring examinees will receive continuously more challenging questions and can expect less questions overall (minimum is 75 questions). Low performing examinees may have to test for up to questions until the computer decides whether they have surpassed the minimal passing mark. The NCLEX exam now includes multiple testing formats other than simply multiple choice, including select all that apply, hotspot, ordered response, and fill in the blank responses.  Due to these challenges, nursing students should be prepared to invest a significant amount of time, energy, and some money to adequately prepare to pass this important test. A failed test will result in additional costs (the price to take the test varies depending on your state, but usually costs around $). One must also consider the lost income from being unable to start working as a registered nurse due to test failure and the time needed to study and retake.


sampleinterfaceThere are many products tailored to graduating nursing students to assist them in preparing for NCLEX, including review courses in person (such as Kaplan), NCLEX review books, and software programs designed for improving knowledge and test taking skills. I got to personally experience a new tool for NCLEX review by UWorld. UWorld has been a trusted name in licensing exam preparation for medical students and has recently expanded their services to include nursing exam prep. The NCLEX-RN review software by Uworld contains an extensive question bank of over questions with detailed rationales developed by experienced nurse educators. The UWorld software also has mobile applications for Apple, Android, and Kindle to let students practice questions on the go wherever and whenever they have time.  I enjoyed taking the test questions on my I-phone app, while sitting at the doctor’s office waiting room, and riding in the passenger’s seat on a long car drive recently. This is a great feature for assisting students to study on the go.

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As opposed to sitting with a bulky heavy NCLEX review textbook on one’s lap, UWorld provides an interactive, engaging format for reviewing nursing concepts that more closely mimics the actual NCLEX computerized test. This has the potential to decrease student anxiety with test taking, and increase confidence with one’s ability to choose the correct answer. I found the UWorld questions capable of challenging higher-order levels of thinking, including analysis and application of multiple concepts and levels. Another benefit is that UWorld’s system, as opposed to other software systems (like NCLEX-RN Mastery) contains over 30% alternate format questionssimilar to NCLEX-RN.  These alternative format questions include select all that apply, hotspot and photo displays of such things as EKG strips, anatomical parts (where would you place the stethoscope?), ordered response, and fill in the blank (ex. math questions). The rationales explain the correct answer in detail, as well as provide rationales for each of the incorrect answers. According to the UWorld website, their slogan is Designed to teach you not just test you.  I concur that this software teaches you through testing you. testexampassOther benefits include the ability to create your own tests with the number of questions you want (up to 44), in the area you wish to review (Critical Care Nursing , Fundamentals of Nursing , Leadership & Management, Maternity, Medical/Surgical Nursing , Mental Health Nursing , Pediatric Nursing, and Pharmacology). There are timed and untimed modes, as well as tutored modes in which you will get immediate feedback and rationales on submitted answers. Students can track their overall performance in the different areas, looking at combined totals for various tests to see what areas they might be weaker in. UWorld also offers the ability for students to reset their test information once during their subscription, if subscribed to days or longer.  Primary technical support is offered via email and the UWorld website provides FAQ on many common technical issues. Phone support is offered by a case by case basis. The UWorld NCLEX-RN software’s introductory rate starts at $49 a month. Nursing students can also pay $99 for three months access to give them more time to prepare. This is significantly less than a Kaplan course usually costs students.  However, if money is tight, a nursing student can opt to purchase an NCLEX review book (like Lippincotts or Saunders) with up to review questions for $ on Amazon, which even offers the ability to rent these books for even less cost. But for those who want a preview of what it really feels like to take the NCLEX, The UWorld software will provide this in a cost effective manner. Find out more about the UWORLD NCLEX-RN QBANKand try a free demo of the UWORLD NCLEX-RN QBANKfor yourself.
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This is NOT a free app. This app REQUIRES an active UWorld NCLEX-RN or NCLEX-PN Qbank subscription, which can be purchased at

UWorld is more than a practice question bank, it is an “explanation bank” that is a 1-stop learning resource where you have all the information you need to master NCLEX concepts.

UWorld is the leader in online medical practice question banks with over 90% of medical students using UWorld to pass their licensing exams. Our questions are designed by nursing experts to be as difficult as the NCLEX so you will be prepared and confident on exam day.

Our product includes:

- + NCLEX-RN-style and + NCLEX-PN-style questions designed to teach critical thinking skills.
- Detailed answer rationales for every answer choice so you can master the concepts.
- Over 30% select-all-that-apply (SATA) and alternate items.
- Detailed medical images and charts that will help you master difficult concepts faster.
- Continuous question updating which ensures the most medically accurate questions and answers.
- Questions by system so you can focus on your weak areas.
- In-depth statistics of your performance so you know your progress relative to your peers


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