Preparing for the NCLEX can be stressful and frustrating. This is a difficult test to pass.
You have come to the right place. Since 1971, we have helped thousands of U.S. and foreign-educated nurses pass the NCLEX. We are confident we can help you pass this test.
As an internationally educated nurse who passed the NCLEX® on my second try, I know what this feel like. After my first attempt, I felt embarrassed, angry, and depressed.
That is why I have put 25 years of NCLEX® Prep experience into creating review courses to help you pass the exam. My review will have the resources you need to prepare and feel confident on exam day.
This course is perfect for anyone who is serious about passing the NCLEX. Take this course if you:
- Want to pass the NCLEX on the first try
- Studied Nursing outside of the United States
- Failed the test one or more times
- Need a refresher course.
You need more than just practice questions and test taking strategies to pass the NCLEX. What you need is to clearly understand and apply essential concepts to Nursing practice.
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