The National League for Nursing Pre-Admission Examination for RN applicants (NLN PAX-RN) is a standardized entrance exam for prospective nursing students used as part of the admissions process by nursing schools nationwide. The NLN PAX-RN is comprised of three major sections:
- Verbal ability, which assesses reading comprehension, critical thinking, and word knowledge;
- Mathematics, which assesses mathematical reasoning and problem solving ability involving basic operations, word problems, unit conversions, fractions, decimals, algebra, and geometry; and
- Science, which assesses knowledge of general biology and microbiology, chemistry, physics, anatomy and physiology, ecology, and health science.
You have 100 questions, and 2 hours to complete the test.