NCLEX-RN 1st Time Candidate Performance for Maryland Schools

NCLEX-RN 1st Time Candidate Performance for Maryland Schools

​​​​​​​​​​​FY 2005:  July 1, 2004-June 30, 2005

BSN Degree Programs 
School​
Total first time testers Number Passing PASS RATE
​Bowie State University (No entry level students) ​0 0 N/A
​College of Notre Dame (No entry level students) N/A​
N/A
N/A
​Columbia Union College  ** 29 21 72.41%
​Coppin state College 39 32 82.05%
Johns Hopkins University 202 187 ​92.57%
Salisbury University * 75 55 73.33%
​Towson University 78 68 87.18%
University of Maryland 
314 267 84.23%
​Villa Juiie College​ ​78 57 73.08%
​​TOT​AL 815 687 84.29%

Associate Degree Programs  
School Total first time testers Number Passing PASS RATE
Allegany Community College 90 82 91.11%
​Anne Arundel Community College ​78 ​76 97.44%
​Baltimore City Community College 30 28 ​93.33%
​Cecil Community College 12 ​12 ​100.00%
​​Chesapeake College​ 44 ​37 84.09%
CCBC Catonsville and Essex 184 ​156 84.78%
College of Southern MD 55 ​48 ​87.27%
​Frederick Community College 57 ​55 ​96.49%
​Hagerstown Community College 36 33 ​91.67%
​Harford Community College ​90 ​79 87.78%
​Howard Community College ​43 39 90.70%
​Montgomery College 97 76 78.35%
​Prince Georges Community College 84 ​80 95.24%
​Wor-Wic Community College 54 51 94.44%
TOTAL 987 879 89.06%
 
​​All Maryland RN Programs Total first time testers Number Passing
PASS RATE
​​All U.S. Candidates 1802 1566
86.90%
Required Passing Rate for Maryland  94056 81027 86.15%
R.N. Schools 77.60%
These statistics were prepared from data supplied by The Chauncy Group, Intl., and NCS Pearson VUE. They represent all first time candidates who graduated from Maryland schools and programs between 2003 and June 30, 2005, and tested in Maryland or another jurisdiction that made results available through the National Council of State Boards of Nursing between July 1, 2004 and June 30, 2005.

* = Program fell below required passing rate for Maryland schools.
** = Program fell below required passing rate for Maryland schools for the second consecutive year and is on Conditional Approval from the Board of Nursing. 
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