About the NCLEX® Program Reports
The NCLEX® Program Reports are designed to help program administrators and educators understand how their nursing students performed on the NCLEX® examination.
Some subscribers use the NCLEX Program Reports to track program growth, while others reform curriculum or modify instructional methodology.
The NCLEX® Program Reports are electronic reports that provide a wealth of statistics about the performance of the students in your program.
Since each educational program graduates a different set of students, the NCLEX® Program Reports are specific to each educational program.
The information provided in the NCLEX® Program Reports describes the strengths and weaknesses of the group of students graduating from an educational program.
They do not provide information about the performance of individual students.
The Reports are provided in PDF format which makes it easy to view, print or e-mail them when working on any system, with Adobe Acrobat Reader.
Subscribers can simply copy and paste the tables and charts from the NCLEX® Program Reports into other reports or presentations, making it easy for administrators to provide information
to key stakeholders about the strengths and weaknesses of their nursing program.
In addition to the PDF reports, subscribers can also order Supplemental CSV files which are structured data files that make it easy for administrators to analyze their program's data
using many common spreadsheet and statistics software applications.
Seven (7) different editions of the NCLEX® Program Reports are published each year.
Report editions are published four (4) times a year (May, August, November, and February).
More information about NCLEX® Program Reports editions and their release cycle can be found on the About Editions page.
Subscribing nursing programs can sign up multiple users, each of which can order, view, or download the Reports when logged into the NCLEX® Program Reports website.
Often programs register and maintain user accounts for the program administrator, an administrative assistant, and a staff member from the purchasing or finance office.
Click here for samples of the NCLEX® Program Reports and Supplemental CSV files.