1. 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.
2. UWorld is the leader in online medical practice question banks with over 90% of medical students using UWorld to pass their licensing exams.
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:
- 2000+ NCLEX-RN-style and 1100+ 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
Power of Questions
I used uworld in my last semester in advanced med surg/ critical care and through studying for NCLEX. I bought the $200 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
Yes, UWorld can help you pass the NCLEX
By no means is UWorld going to do the work for you, but it is true that the questions are almost exactly like NCLEX questions and UWorld tests even look almost exactly like the NCLEX itself. I took my first assessment one week before my NCLEX and got a “high” chance of passing, after doing about 100 practice questions a week for 6 weeks. I then did 75 questions a day that week and took my second assessment the day before my NCLEX and got a “very high” chance of passing. On test day, the exam shut off at 75 questions and I knew I passed. UWorld was 100% worth the money. But DONT only prepare yourself to answer 75 questions, because then you won’t have the mental stamina to continue if you don’t pass in 75 (which means nothing). I recommend doing at least 100 questions in one sitting 3-4 times before you take the NCLEX. Also, tutor mode is helpful in the beginning but I would turn it off after 1-2 weeks of studying because it will better simulate the NCLEX experience without it on, but still read the rationales for every question (whether or not you answered it correctly).
Love!! Passed the first time, 78 questions!
Uworld is fantastic!! The questions are challenging and the rationals are concise and informative. I would absolutely recommend Uworld to anyone taking their NCLEX. This was the ONLY tool I used to study and I felt prepared going into my exam. I completed the entire 2000 question Qbank. I started out scoring in the mid 40s in the Qbank and ended scoring 60s-70. Best advice I have is to read the rationals, and take time to understand them!(especially on reoccurring topics) Uworld has great features that alway you to create flash cards, mark questions for review, and create tests based on topics you choose! I enjoyed being able to create tests from the Qbank to set daily goals for how many questions I wanted to get done. I found the app super useful. I started studying about a month before my exam, while working a full time job as a nanny. I was constantly on the app trying to sneak in a few questions here and there. I don’t think it would have been possible for me to get all the Qbank questions done without it!