ACE Nursing Students Earn 100% NCLEX Pass Rates
- Date: August 3, 2012
- Author: NMC Public Relations
One hundred and thirty three NMC graduates have helped the ACE program have a 100% NCLEX-RN pass rate for the past four years.
(OMAHA) - Nebraska Methodist College Accelerated Nursing (ACE) graduates recorded a 100 percent passing rate on the national nursing licensure examination (NCLEX-RN) for the fourth consecutive year.
The latest graduating class (spring 2012) produced 41 graduates bringing the four year total to 133 students, all of whom passed the NCLEX-RN in the first attempt.
"The Accelerated Community-based Education Program (ACE) is recognized as being among the nation's elite nursing programs. The hallmark of its success is the fact that 100% of the graduates over the past four years passed the NCLEX-RN exam on their first attempt," says Susan Ward, PhD RN, NMC Nursing Director of Special Programs. "We know the distinction of the ACE Program is realized when patients are cared for by some of the best prepared nurses our profession has to offer."
The ACE program and NMC is designed to be completed in 15 months of full time study. Graduating students earn a bachelor's of science in nursing (BSN). To learn more about the ACE program, visit the website.
The NCLEX is an examination for the licensing of nurses in the United States. It is required by each state and must be passed before a nurse can practice in that state.