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NCLEX Testing Locations in Virginia

Pearson Professional Centers-Billings MT

1403 Greenbrier Parkway
Suite 530
Farmers Bank Building
Chesapeake, Virginia 23320
Phone: 757-420-1905

Pearson Professional Centers-Alexandria VA

1900 North Beauregard Street
Suite 12
Alexandria, Virginia 22311
Phone: 703-575-8163

Pearson Professional Centers-Reston VA

11150 Sunset Hills Road
Suite 300
Reston, Virginia 20190
Phone: 703-435-9230

Pearson Professional Centers-Newport News VA

825 Diligence Drive
Suite 120
Newport News, Virginia 22311
Phone: 757-591-0766

Pearson Professional Centers-Roanoke VA

6701 Peters Creek Road
Suite 108
Northpark Business Center
Roanoke, Virginia 24019
Phone: 540-265-9201

pearson Professional Centers-Richmond VA

7202 Glen Forest Drive
Suite 303
Richmond, Virginia 23226
Phone: 804-282-2105

Pearson Professional Centers-Glen Allen (Richmond)

5640 Cox Road
Suite 160
Glen Allen, Virginia 23060
Phone: 804-217-7153

Pearson Professional Centers-Austin TX

424 Graves Mill Road
Suite 200-A
Graves Mill Office Park
Lynchbyrg, Virginia 24502
Phone: 434-237-8813



How to Schedule Your Exam in Virginia

You can schedule an exam in Virginia either online or by phone. If scheduling by phone, you'll need your Authortization To Test (ATT) number on hand, as well as other information to confirm your identity.

How to Reschedule Your Virginia Exam

You can reschedule your exam in Virginia either online or by phone. However, in order to reschedule an exam at an "international" testing center, you may reschedule by phone only. "International test center" means a testing center outside the country you seek licensing in.

Rescheduling your exam must be done at least 24 hours before the scheduled time. If your exam is scheduled for Saturday, Sunday or Monday, it must also be rescheduled by Friday.

Testing Location Closures

If your testing center closes, you should get an email letting you know how to reschedule. You shouldn't have to contact them to find out! To make sure you receive these notifications, keep your email address up to date in your testing account and whitelist the emails from the testing center.