Title

The assessment of the extent of selected factors on passing the June 1990 Nurse Licensure Exam

Date of Completion

1990

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Keywords

Licensure, Nursing, Self-Assessment

Abstract

The research design used was the descriptive type of non-experimental research. A close-ended type of questionnaire served as the instrument to gather data. Simple random sampling technique was applied to choose 42 BSN students Batch ’90 enrolled at DLSU-EAC where 25 of the respondents passed and 17 failed. The study concluded that, 1) not only does the review content has the significant effect to the result of the licensure examination but all of the review factors affect the result of examination. Review content has the greatest extent value; 2) not only the self motivation before the examination has the significant effect to the result of the licensure exams but all of the student factors affect the result of exams. Self motivation before the examination has the greatest extent value; 3) Both the curricular preparation and related learning experience in relation to the board question content have significant effect to the result of the licensure examination. Curricular preparation in relation to the board question content has the greatest extent value.

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