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KSN Achieves Record-Setting NCLEX-RN Pass Rates!
NCLEX-RN is the national licensure examination that all nursing school graduated must pass to become Registered Nurses. The NCLEX-RN pass rate is the most commonly used, universal measure of the quality of a nursing school, and demonstrates the ability of a school to prepare its students for their careers.
All NCLEX-RN reports nationwide for 2010 have finally arrived, and the results for the Kramer School of Nursing's Traditional BSN and Bachelor's-to-BSN programs are impressive. KSN has achieved its highest NCLEX-RN pass rate in history, as 98.3% of the graduates passed on the first attempt. Furthermore, our Traditional BSN graduates had an amazing 100% pass rate on the first attempt!
The reports also indicate that KSN's five-year average NCLEX-RN pass rate is 96%, and the three-year average is 97%. Since the program's inception, KSN's Bachelor's-to-BSN program average pass rate is an outstanding 98.6%. As the 2010 national average decreased by a full percentage, Oklahoma's rate has stayed steady. This is in part because of such exemplary performance by the Kramer School of Nursing.
Congratulations students, staff, and faculty!