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Maryland Board of Nursing 
Patricia A. Noble, MSN, RN, Executive Director
Nancy D. Adams, MBA, RN, President

NCLEX-RN Fiscal Year 2002 - 7/1/01 Through 6/30/02
First Time Candidate Performance

 

Baccalaureate Degree

School

Number of Candidates

Number Passed

Percent Passed

Columbia Union College

15

15

100.0%

Coppin State College

21

18

85.71%

Johns Hopkins University

151

141

93.38%

Salisbury State University

53

41

77.36%

Towson State University

53

42

79.25%

University of Maryland

161

139

86.33%

Villa Julie College

44

33

**75.00%

TOTAL

498

429

86.14%

 

Associate Degree Programs

School

Number of Candidates

Number Passed

Percent Passed

Allegany Community College

46

43

93.48%

Anne Arundel Community College

95

83

87.37%

Baltimore City Community College

39

33

84.62%

CCBC - Catonsville

61

56

91.80%

CCBC - Essex

63

57

90.48%

Cecil Community College

25

25

100.00%

Chesapeake College

23

18

78.26%

College of Southern Maryland

40

35

87.50%

Frederick Community College

31

30

96.77%

Hagerstown Community College

20

20

100.00%

Harford Community College

50

44

88.00%

Howard Community College

30

27

90.00%

Montgomery College

71

61

85.92%

Prince Georges Community College

105

71

**67.62%

Wor-Wic Community College

42

30

*71.43%

TOTAL

746

635

85.12%

Number Candidates

Number Passed

Percent Passed

ALL MARYLAND SCHOOLS

1244

1064

85.53%

ALL US CANDIDATES

67120

57699

85.96%

 

Required passing rate for Maryland RN Schools 77.36%

These statistics were prepared from data supplied by The Chauncey Group, Intl. and represents all first time candidates who graduated from Maryland schools and programs.

* = Program fell below required passing rate for Maryland schools.

** = Program fell below required passing rate for Maryland schools and already has a Board approved plan to improve NCLEX-RN performance.


Last update: January 08, 2007
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