Using logistic regression to investigate self-efficacy and the predictors for National Council Licensure Examination success for baccalaureate nursing students

@article{Silvestri2012UsingLR,
  title={Using logistic regression to investigate self-efficacy and the predictors for National Council Licensure Examination success for baccalaureate nursing students},
  author={Linda Anne Silvestri and Michele Candice. Clark and Sheniz Moonie},
  journal={Journal of Nursing Education and Practice},
  year={2012},
  volume={3},
  pages={21}
}
Objectives: Ensuring success on the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX®) is a complex role for nurse educators. It is vital that nurse educators attain knowledge about the predictors of NCLEX success so they can design strategies and interventions to optimize student performance. Numerous studies are noted that examined the predictors for NCLEX success, reflecting great interest in this area. However, most investigated the academic predictors; few studies examined the nonacademic… 

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