NCLEX® Program Reports

Professional Development Seminars

200.2 (Formerly 2002) ‐ Analyzing The NCLEX® Test Plan & Content Dimension Reports

Prerequisites and Target Audience

This web-based seminar is available to all nursing educators and administrators in the US and Canada.

Attendees must have completed the 101 Seminar "An Introduction to the NCLEX® Program Reports", or the 100-series equivalents (100.1 (Formerly 1001) Seminar "A Brief Introduction to the NCLEX® Program Reports", 100.2 (Formerly 1002) Seminar "Understanding the Overall Performance of your Candidates", and 100.3 (Formerly 1003) Seminar "Understanding the Topic Area Performance of your Candidates"). as well as the 200.1 (Formerly 2001) Seminar "The Basic NCLEX® Program Reports Analysis Process".



Purpose

The purpose of this seminar is to teach students how to analyze the NCLEX® Test Plan & Content Dimension Reports provided in the NCLEX® Program Reports.

This seminar is the second part of a two-part seminar series intended to be the online counterpart to the face-to-face 201 Seminar "Analyzing & Interpreting Your NCLEX® Program Reports".

Learning Outcomes

Upon seminar completion, participants will be able to:

  • Execute the basic process for analyzing the NCLEX® Test Plan & Content Dimension Reports.
  • Understand why significance testing is not a useful approach for analyzing the NCLEX® Test Plan & Content Dimension Reports.
  • Analyze cross-sectional differences to identify the strengths and opportunities in test plan and content dimension performance.
  • Analyze changes over time to identify the strengths and opportunities in the test plan and content dimension performance.
  • Use the Expected Percentage Correct to contextualize the performance of the comparison groups.
  • Construct a profile of their program’s performance.

Topics

The topics covered during the NCLEX® Program Reports 200.2 Seminar are:

  1. The Basic NCLEX® Program Reports Analysis Process
  2. Significance Testing
  3. The Gestalt of Analyzing & Interpreting The NCLEX® Test Plan and Content Dimension Reports
  4. Expected Percentage Correct (Page 6.4)
  5. Building a Profile of Your Program's Performance

Format

The NCLEX®Program Reports 200.2 Seminar is delivered as a 75-minute lecture, with some large group activities and a 15-minute Question and Answer session. Participants are expected to independently complete a 15-minute end-of-course assessment immediately after the seminar concludes.

Materials

All participants are strongly encouraged to have a copy of their NCLEX®Program Reports ready to follow along with the Presenters.

Continuing Education

1.8 contact hours are awarded through the Alabama Board of Nursing (Provider Number ABNP1516) to all individuals completing the seminar and the end-of-course assessment.

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