Philippine Nursing Board Exam Checklist
Nursing Board Exam/Nurse Licensure Examination (NLE) Checklist
Before the day of the nursing board exam, make sure you already have:
1. Read and understood the Examinee’s Self-Instruction Sheet
2. Prepared your clinical or school uniform. Refer to: PRC-BON Resolution No. 20 Series of 2009: Amendment to Board Resolution No. 17 Series of 2009 dated July 31, 2009 on Prescribing a Dress Code for Examinees in the Nurses Licensure Examination
3. Bought or acquired a calculator that is on the list of non-programmable calculators allowed to be used in licensure examinations. (PRC Memorandum Circular No. 2008-19)
4. Visited or know exactly where you are assigned (name of school and room number) to sit for the board exam (room assignments are usually released 3 days before the 1st day of the board exam). You have to report to the test center before 6:30 a.m. on the first day of examination to verify your room and seat number. Remember that late examinees will not be admitted.
Requirements on the day of examination:
1. Notice of Admission (NOA) Form (to be brought EVERY examination day)
2. NLE Application stub
3. PRC Examination Fee Official Receipt
4. Two or more no. 2 pencils
5. Ballpoint pens (black ink only)
6. One (1) piece metered-stamp window envelope
7. One (1) piece long brown envelope
8. One (1) piece long transparent (non-colored) plastic envelope (to keep above items)
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PRC December 2011 Nursing Board Exam Room Assignments.
- Examinees should report before 6:30 in the morning every examination day. LATE EXAMINEES WILL NOT BE ADMITTED.
- Bring the following: Notice of Admission (NOA), Official Receipt, pencils no. 1 or 2, black ball pens, metered-stamped window mailing envelope, long brown and long plastic envelopes.
- CELLULAR PHONES AND OTHER ELECTRONIC GADGETS ARE STRICTLY PROHIBITED
Examinees are reminded to take note of their exam venue (school/building and address) to avoid hassle on the examination day.
As per PRC-BON Resolution no. 2009-20, those who will take the Nursing Board Exam are required to observe the following dress code:
- Male – Clinical uniform with white shoes and white socks but without nameplate, school insignia/logo, and pin or School Uniform.
- Female – Clinical uniform with white shoes and white stockings but without nameplate, school insignia/logo, and pin or School Uniform.
- Pregnant Examinees – White clinical scrub suit
- Repeaters may wear white clinical scrub suit.
Meanwhile, to enhance your chances of passing the nursing board exam and to boost your self confidence, it is higly recommended that you take our Pre-board exam for December 2011 NLE and other Nursing Practice Tests.
Also, don’t forget to read the following suggested articles as you wait for the examination day.
How to Pass the Nursing Board Exam
Final Tips Before the Board Examination Part 1
Final Tips Before the Board Examination Part 2
Final Tips Before the Board Examination Part 3
Test taking tips for the Nursing Board Exam
Critical Thinking: Identifying the Keyword
Critical Thinking: Situation of the Question
Critical Thinking: Choosing the Best Option
How I Passed the Nursing Board Examination Part 1
How I Passed the Nursing Board Examination Part 2
Daisy Jane Antipuesto RN MN
Currently a Nursing Local Board Examination Reviewer. Subjects handled are Pediatric, Obstetric and Psychiatric Nursing. Previous work experiences include: Clinical instructor/lecturer, clinical coordinator (Level II), caregiver instructor/lecturer, NC2 examination reviewer and staff/clinic nurse. Areas of specialization: Emergency room, Orthopedic Ward and Delivery Room. Also an IELTS passer.