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What is CBT ?

The most desirable destination for nurses is the United Kingdom (UK). There are a few stages for nurses from other countries to complete before becoming a Registered Nurse in the UK. CBT (Computer Based Test) is used to assess a nurse's theoretical and practical nursing knowledge for NMC registration in the United Kingdom.
We utilize students' unique knowledge grabbing skills to help them understand concepts of CBT not by memorizing everything but by understanding. CBT students find it much easier to be skilled in the field after a week or two of progressing through the curriculum than studying for months and months at different institutions where they are unable to grasp students' learning ability.



Unique Features of Our CBT Training


Efficient Academic Structure

Friendly tutors

Weekly Mock Test

Tips & Tricks based training

Personalized attention and motivation

Sophisticated computer labs

Diagnostic test to assess the student

Special Grammar classes

Free classroom concept

Online Classes available

Orientation classes

Practical Training



Documents Required


Scanned Copies Of

Passport (Front and Back)

Photo (White background)

Degree/ Diploma certificate.

Mark cards of all years

Transcript

Experience letters

Registration certificate

Good standing letter

Updated CV

Basic Life Support card.

10th Certificate.

12th Certificate



Have a Question About Our CBT Coaching Services?

We intend to take extra precautions to improve the overall performance of our CBT aspirants by getting to grips with the pattern and type of questions asked on the CBT exam.

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Testimonials

Our CBT Students Experience

I am really happy that I have scored the highest score in my very first attempt at the CBT- UK Exam. All the coaching sessions at St. Paul’s Institute was comprehensive, up to date, and detailed.

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FAQ

1. How many attempts are allowed for CBT?

Three attempts

2. NMC CBT Passing Score:

An applicant must score at least 68% in overall aggregate of both Part A and Part B. For Part A out of 15 questions, 14 are to be answered correctly i.e., 90% passing score is necessary. In part B at least 35 questions are to be answered correctly to get passed.

3. Is CBT NMC difficult?

The NMC registration process is admittedly complex, but it is not an impenetrable barrier. Most candidates pass this, and so will you. Where to start? Before you book your NMC CBT, please make sure you will have enough time to study and prepare before the exam day.

4. What should I study for NMC CBT?

The content you should study is in accordance with the NMC study guide which covers randomly on all four of the domains and questions specific to adult nursing. These topics are Professional values, Communication, and interpersonal skills, nursing practice, and decision making Leadership management.

5. How many questions are on the NMC CBT?

What is the duration and structure of the CBT exam? The CBT exam involves a two-part exam with one test consisting of 115 questions. Part A of the test will last 30 minutes, and Part B will last 2.5 hours, giving the applicants 3 hours to finish.