CAT is an abbreviated term for Computer Adaptive Testing
CAT is used for NCLEX because it:
1. Reduces the number of “easy” items that high-ability candidates receive; “easy” items tell little about a high performing candidate’s ability.
2. Reduces the number of “difficult” items low-ability candidates receive; candidates tend to guess on items that are too difficult which can skew results.
3. Reduces item exposure and subsequent security risks.
4. Improves precision of measurement of the NCLEX candidates ability related to nursing
5. Provides a valid and reliable measurement of nursing competence.
If you need help in applying for NCLEX, you may register at www.applyready.com for easier and quicker NCLEX processing. For NCLEX requirements for foreign or international nurses, apply online at applyready.com or to get approved for NCLEX with quicker results, go to applyready.com for your next NCLEX application steps.
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NCLEX Requirements for Foreign Nurses, Apply Online
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NCLEX Requirements by State - Register Today
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NCLEX Requirements for Filipinos - Apply Online
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Source: Official Website of the NCSBN