The 2017 Q1 Edition of the NCLEX® Program Reports is now available for purchase.
Mountain Measurement, Inc.,
Pearson VUE, and
The National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN)
are pleased to announce that the first Quarterly Edition of the NCLEX® Program Reports is now available for purchase.
The 2017 Q1 Edition of the NCLEX® Program Reports contains the same information that is provided in both the Annual and Semi-Annual Editions of the NCLEX® Program Reports.
However, as the name implies, the reporting period for this edition will be three (3) months long, covering first-time graduates testing from January 1, 2017 to March 31, 2017.
Quarterly Supplemental CSV files are also available for purchase.
For more information about the NCLEX® Program Reports editions and the Supplemental CSV Files, check out the Editions page of the NCLEX® Program Reports website.
The 2017 Q1 Edition of the NCLEX® Program Reports, is a special promotional edition and is scheduled to be published on May 15, 2017 for US programs and May 19, 2017 for Canadian programs.
This special edition will allow programs to monitor their performance on a calendar year basis beginning in 2017 and is available as a stand alone product.
The 2017 Q1 Edition of the NCLEX® Program Reports costs $175.00 RN/$112.50 PN, and the associated Supplemental CSV Files cost $37.50 RN/$25.00 PN.
To purchase the 2017 Q1 Edition of the NCLEX® Program Reports, please visit the new Order Reports page of the NCLEX® Program Reports website.
The Quarterly Editions of the NCLEX® Program Reports for the 2017-2018 Reporting Year will be available for purchase in May, 2017 when all of the editions of the 2017-2018 NCLEX® Program Reports become available for purchase.
As with the other editions of the NCLEX® Program Reports, to maximize the utility of the information provided by the Quarterly Editions, programs must have at least 10 graduates complete the NCLEX® Examination during the reporting period.
Programs interested in solely the number of graduates testing and the passing rate will find this information in all editions of the NCLEX® Program Reports regardless of the number of graduates testing during the reporting period.
Programs should exercise caution when interpreting the information contained in the Quarterly Editions of the NCLEX® Program Reports.
For instance, programs are discouraged from analyzing performance across the quarters within a single year since there is variation in the performance of the comparison groups by quarter.
For example, 2017 Q1 performance should not be compared to 2017 Q2 performance.
Rather, longitudinal performance can be evaluated within the same quarter across years.
For example, 2017 Q1 performance can be compared to 2018 Q1 performance.
If you have any questions about these changes, we encourage you to contact the NCLEX® Program Reports Support Center.