NCLEX-Fiscal Year 2002 - 7/2001 Through 6/2002

​​​First Time Candidate Performance

Community College Programs

​​School Number of Candidates​ Number Passed Percent Passes
​Allegany Community College ​24 24 ​100.00%
​Baltimore City Community College 9 ​9 ​100.00%
​Cecil Community College ​7 ​7 ​100.00%
​College of Southern Maryland 16 ​15 ​93.75%
​Chesapeake Com. College ​10 10 ​100.00%
​Frederick Community College 7 ​7 ​100.00%
​Harford Community College 10 ​9 ​90.00%
​Howard Community College ​24 22 ​91.67%
​Prince Georges Community College ​6 ​6 ​100.00%
​Wor-Wic Community College ​36 ​34 ​94.44%
​TO​TAL ​149 ​143 ​95.97%

High School Programs

​School​ ​Number of Candidates ​Number Passed ​Percent Passed
​Carroll County Career & Tech Ctr. ​12 ​12 ​100.00%
​Center for Applied Tech-North ​9 ​6 ​**66.67%
TOTAL ​21 ​18 ​85.71

Grand Totals

​Number of Candidates ​Number Passed Percent Passed
​ALL MARYLAND SCHOOLS 170 ​161 94.71%
​ALL U.S. CANDID​ATES ​34.863 ​30.034 ​86.15%
Required Passing Rate for Maryland Schools 77.20%

These scores were prepared from date supplied by the Chauncey Group, Inc., and represent 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 has a Board approved plan to improve NCLEX-PN performance.

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