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. 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
UWorld was my main study resource for the NCLEX-RN. I averaged in the 60s, got a “Very High” chance of passing on my first self assessment and a “High” chance of passing on my second. I passed the NCLEX last weekend in 75 questions. I highly recommend UWorld as a resource. I did not follow a study schedule like some do. I’m the mom of an 18-month-old and mostly would do spurts of 15-30 timed and tutored questions when I had the time. I took my first self assessment a month prior to when I thought the exam would be (mine was rescheduled for a month later due to a snowstorm) and I took the second self assessment two days before my exam. Though I got great results from UWorld, I only gave 4 stars because making flash cards was a selling point for me and I could never figure out how to do it right or how to do it in a way to benefit me. I wish I could have starred questions that I really wanted to come back to review what I wanted in an easier way. UWorld is way harder than the NCLEX but it helped me most with practicing those dreaded SATA questions and highlighting my weaknesses. The rationales are great. Using UWorld, memorizing labs, and brushing up on nurse education/nurse prioritization is the only thing I would tell my past, pre-NCLEX, super anxious self to focus on.
I like practicing questions with this app. However on an iPad whenever I try to copy content to a flash card, the card will not close or go away. I also cannot put images on the flash card, which I can in the desktop version. So I have to close the app and restart the test to get rid of the flashcard. Is it just me? I tried taking a screenshots and get a warning that it’s illegal to do that. So how can I save the image?
Thank you Uworld for making the NCLEX RN look so easy! I swear UWorld questions are harder than some on NCLEX. Done half of the Qbank. Half of the Qbank is more than plenty. My scores went from mid fifties, and by the time I was about to take nclex, I had most in the 65s and even 70s. I had the cheapest package, so I didn’t have any of the self assessments. I was even on vacation the week before and still passed hahaha. Thank you.
Whatever new update was downloaded on my phone has made uworld completely useless on my phone. I have an IPhone 11 and had no previous issues. It’ll now load a test and then not advance questions, freeze, and stop responding all together. Very disappointed.
I think it’s very amazing but charging to reset the questions is not easy to swallow especially since we paid for the information by paying for the membership. I paid 200 dollars for 3 months. Choosing the option with a reset is 6 months but I don’t need it for that long. Also charging a small fee for resets is acceptable, but I emailed customer service, it’s not an option. Developer/ owner; please don’t charge for resets, we already paid for the program and the information inside it.
I was recommended this after I failed my ATI comprehensive predictor twice. I used this for countless hours and passed my retake with an 83! Definitely keeping the subscription through NCLEX!
Happy to report I passed on the first attempt using this as my primary reviewer. I still had ATI reviewers from school and la Charity's prioritization exercises book but Uworld was extremely helpful because of the detailed rationales. Highly recommend and worth the investment! I took about 1.5 months to review right after graduation.
i was hoping and i studied but i didn't pass. uworld didn't give me discount or second chance. and U world is way too expensive now. what a rip off. i talked to them and they don't even want to give me discount on my next purchase. stingy and they will rip you off. i will not purchase anymore. i will use different reviewers.. no more buying uworld.
I had used a variety of resources to prepare for the NCLEX, including ATI, Saunders, Kaplan, My Nursing Mastery, and Hurst Review. Not everyone learns the same way, so I tried to find what worked best for me. In the end, it came down to UWorld with Saunders as a supplement. I love that UWorld has its own predictor and progress tracking. The review structure helped me to identify weak areas while providing question rationale and explanations so that I could improve next time around. Not only was I able to refresh and expand what I had learned in school, but I was also able to break down exactly what the question was asking and how to select an appropriate answer. Another advantage to UWorld is that the question format (on computer) was exactly like that of the NCLEX. When I went to take the real test, I was comfortable with the format and felt as if I were just going through more UWorld questions. I passed in 75 questions, finishing in approximately 45 minutes. I highly recommend this app to future nurses!
By far the best NCLEX review I have used. I know other reviewers have said this but I’ll back them up by saying the key to using this is to read all of the rationales. Even if you get the question right read all of the rationales. You will not only learn about why your choice was correct or incorrect but you will also get a rational for every answer choice. The other key is to do at least 75-100 questions a day. I passed my NCLEX yesterday. It shut off at 64 questions. The rationales in Uworld helped me make the correct choices and you can learn a lot from not just the question but also the rationales. The last thing I would recommend is doing all of the questions on the RN review before you sit for your exam. I believe it’s around 2700 + and doing at least 75 per study session to prepare your mental stamina. 3/4 of my nursing class used Uworld and all have passed. Great product and thank you for helping me to pass my NCLEX and get my RN.