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The saying "In the age of information, ignorance is a choice" (attributed to Donny Miller) has never been truer than today. This concept of easy and immediate access to information directly relates to nurses seeking to study for their upcoming National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN) exam. Yet, as is the case for every time you use an internet search engine, too much information is overwhelming. Try entering a simple Google search for "NCLEX-RN review course" that provides about 1,, results and be ready for your stress level to spike-like you were hit with an epi-pen. No need to grab a paper bag to calm your hyperventilation, we are breaking down this elephant for you in bite-sized chunks for easy consuming:

RegisteredNursing.org

The NCLEX-RN Exam Guide through RegisteredNursing.org is a FREE comprehensive guide (written, reviewed and updated by RNs) of over 85 pages covering how and what you need to know to pass the exam like a boss. This site uses an accordion-style table of contents that directly relate to the categories and subcategories of the four main test classifications. Not only does this site offer background and insight into how the test is designed, arranged and implemented, they also offer expert advice on how to prepare for testing day. Created and validated by experienced RNs, this is an excellent website with over free NCLEX-RN practice test questions with no strings attached.

Nursing.com

The artist formally known as NRSNG is now NURSING.com, with a snappy new look and fresh layout offers an incredible % refund for those who don't pass the NCLEX after completing their course and simulated test (terms apply, of course). They currently offer four plans starting at $99 (6 months access and access to over 6, practice questions), $ (adds pass-guarantee and three simulation exams), $ (adds a total of five simulation exams, over review courses and a review book) or an enterprise membership for schools or healthcare organizations. Some of the more impressive features of this site are the accessibility to the course through a mobile app, video rationales, private Facebook group and more.

EZ NCLEX Tutoring Services

If you prefer a more hand-holding and old-school approach to learning, check out EZ NCLEX Tutoring Services. Their 8 or week test prep courses offer weekly online tutoring sessions with nursing experts to guide the participants through courses and tests relevant to the NCLEX categories. Using diagnostic tests, quizzes, progress reports, practice question sessions and weekly homework along with the tutoring, this program touts a unique personalized instruction for your flexible schedules. Because spots are limited, prospective students must sign up through a live chat or by calling the company directly, which was very easy. The 8-week course personalized course ($1,) is designed to support first-time test takers (or re-takers) while the week option ($2,) is for someone who has failed the exam more than four times. This review course offers a retake of the course if you don't pass, plus easy payment options through PayPal.

Hurst NCLEX-RN Review

If you're looking for a study program offering many levels of access and learning that's been around since the s (‘88 to be exact), then Hurst Review Service could be your site. With a boastful % passing rate, Hurst NCLEX-RN Review has five levels of learning support and offers an additional live in-classroom intensive ($) for that final push. According to our search, the live sessions are offered frequently across the U.S. but plan accordingly. Qualified students who complete the entire course and attempt the NCLEX-RN within 3 months of the course but fail to pass are offered either a full refund or a one-time day remediation course. There are five-course options: Hurst QBank ($) allows for 30 days of access and + practice questions. Hurst Now ($) adds an on-demand review, is day access and four readiness exams. In addition to the lesser plans, Hurst Now Plus ($) is days of access, the elevate program and allows for a payment plan. Hurst N-Stream ($) provides all of the listed services plus 3-days of live-streamed content and 9-months access to specialty lectures. The site lists many positive testimonials for the product and even includes a lovely bio of their nursing expert, Marlene. This site appears to be very NCLEX focused and only offers courses related to nursing education.

Kaplan Nursing NCLEX-RN Prep

Are you unsure which learning format is right for you? With so many choices of in-person, live streaming, online or hybrid models, knowing your ideal way to prep for the NCLEX is an important step in passing the exam. Kaplan Nursing NCLEX-RN Prep has cleverly designed a four-question quiz to identify your best mode of learning, then offers time-tested courses to meet your needs. With input and instruction from over nurses, this method is geared to provide students with the tools they need to break down each question and systematically approach the correct answer. In addition to the RN course, Kaplan also offers CCRN, ATI TEAS, ISPN, CGFNS and PN prep courses for other nursing areas. There is a link with free content, but the bulk of their focus is on the paid courses. The basic course is $ and includes over 2, sample questions, three adaptive computer tests, NCLEX Channel lessons, a mobile app for on-the-go studying, a unique Decision-Tree methodology, a review guide and a + page ebook. There is also an option for those who desire a live or in-person review course for $ and allows access to the above features as well.

Nurse Plus Academy

The initial intro to Nurse Plus Academy drew us into their no-strings-attached free practice questions (updated for , according to the splash page). They even offer helpful links to a nursing career guide and one to learn how much money nurses make. Even their "7 Strategies for NCLEX Review" area is refreshingly clear and concise. Then… they draw you in with the emotional click-bait-ish question of, "What is your Time and Sanity Worth?" which worked because we totally clicked the button. Their premium lifetime program ($99) is designed to simulate the actual exam and touts simple yet effective ways to memorize and understand the key exam concepts in a unique way. With over original exam questions through 18 tests, members receive detailed explanations to support the correct answers. If you only need a month of access, there is a $37 pass to access the essential features and also includes their money-back -guarantee if you pass their exams yet fail the official exam. Nurse Plus also offers an exam simulator to allow members an experiential taste of the full exam without hints or prompts yet stores the incorrect answers for review and practice after the simulator exam is complete. Although the website makes it challenging to know where their expert nurses come from or even more about who they are as an organization, they do provide several testimonials from nurses.

Elsevier Evolve Nursing Review and Testing

With over years of experience in education and publishing, Elsevier is a common name in healthcare and nursing education, making their purchase of the study and prep company Health Education Systems Incorporated (HESI) even more influential. Using a comprehensive platform, members can access the Elsevier Evolve Nursing Review and Testing by HESI for Nursing. Although they are a highly respected and validated organization, the website is clunky and takes a bit of sleuthing to find what you want. When we finally located the HESI/Saunders (another Elsevier-acquired learning platform) online NCELX-RN review course, what you're getting for $ is clearly defined. The trusted content is featured in a convenient, interactive and flexible online format with includes bulleted topic summaries, key terms and definitions, practice questions and case studies with images, animations, and video clips. While we know and trust the brands of Elsevier, HESI, and Saunders for quality products, their website produced many errors and was not consumer-friendly.

Khan Academy

Anyone who has googled how to do something, especially math problems, is familiar with the online free learning courses at Khan Academy, a nonprofit learning system. As their stated mission of providing a free world-class education to anyone, anywhere, it's no surprise that they have entered the space of NCLEX-RN review. The rudimentary site appears to have hundreds of practice questions for students to answer that will unlock further test questions. The questions are grouped together by topics such as tachycardia, cyanotic heart disease, vasculitis, emphysema, etc. There are supporting rationales offered when you answer a question incorrectly and be sure to create an account in order to sign in and track your progress.

Achieve Test Prep

The experts at Achieve Test Prep have used their years of experience in teaching students how to efficiently master concepts in order to challenge and pass an entire college course that has created the Achieve NCLEX-RN Review for nursing students. This live, virtual classroom course includes hours of live instruction by a BSN-prepared nurse, free study materials, access to instructors for additional support outside of the class, free exam-style questions, and a discount on future Achieve Test Prep classes when you pursue your next degree. Get ready to embrace their 94% passing rate by simply choosing the best date and paying the $ fee. Participants who attend all of the test prep sessions are guaranteed to pass the boards. If not, they are entitled to a free repeat course. Courses appear to be taught by qualified nurses who are committed to the success of the participants.

Study.com

Many non-nursing websites and learning platforms are jumping into the world of NCLEX-RN reviews and Study.com is our first review of such an animal. This website offers a plethora of study guides and online learning courses such as Business, Biology, Psychology and Earth Science where students can earn college credits. The test-prep arena is just as vast and includes anything from ACT, SAT to GRE, MCAT to military placement exams and teacher resources. With reported access of 30 million students per month, there are many posted testimonies from (non-nursing) students about the wonders of this site and its training methods. The NCLEX-RX study course uses a collection of engaging video lessons to breakdown complex topics into comprehensive chapters. We found it challenging to easily see how much Study.com charges for the course as they require you to create an account and enter your credit card number in order to access the information. It suggests that the $ charge per month is the basic plan which allows you access to the entire library of video courses until you, "with a few simple clicks," cancel the account. They do offer a day money-back guarantee, but we were unable to see if the basic plan includes the NCLEX-RN course which offers videos, lesson transcripts, practice questions and flashcards (created by expert instructors) that can be accessed on all of your devices.

Varsity Tutors

If you're looking for your own personal tutor to come to your home for private lessons, check out Varsity Tutors. This award-winning tutoring company is backed by a % satisfaction guarantee through individualized one-on-one service, either in person or virtually live. The website lists many companies where they are featured such as Fox, NBC, CBS and USA Today. If having a tutor from Harvard, Yale or Stanford who will provide a personalized learning plan can help you pass the NCLEX-RN, then this is your program. Getting information on the actual costs was a bit tricky as they require you to send an inquiry, but the benefit of an intensive and focused training session could be worthwhile for those struggling in distinct subjects or concepts. From an overview of the website, it was not apparent that they also offer a live prep course over a virtual platform, which we discovered when we called and spoke with a learning specialist. The hour course runs $ and includes practice tests and resources. Private tutoring (live on a virtual platform in most areas) can be added to the prep course at $50/hr (8hr minimum) or $75/hr (12hr minimum) if not bundling with the course. Using our nursing math skills, one can get a 16hr review course plus 8hrs of personalized tutoring for $ Not a bad deal or platform you can attend in your jammies.

My Nursing Mastery

Membership with My Nursing Mastery helps students not only pass the NCLEX-RN exam but provides users with an in-depth resource tool for terminology, nursing considerations are broken down by care areas such as critical care and pediatrics along with a comprehensive search program to find guidelines in blood transfusions or other procedures. Their NCLEX-RN review program includes pre-tests to evaluate your strengths and help you focus and improve in your weaker areas. With over 2, practice questions, participants can move between devices for a continuous learning experience and use their unique tagging system to efficiently stay on top of the areas where you need more studying. Once we signed up and answered a few test questions (and only missed one!), the options of a membership magically appeared as $ per month or an annual fee of $ (cancel anytime). A % passing-rate guarantee shows they are very confident in their program and committed to the success of their students, although there is no information on their organization or experts.

PassNurse

A seemingly brand-new web-based NCLEX-RN exam prep site, PassNurse is yet another learning system claiming the most in-depth rationales than any competitor. While the website is clean, fresh and provides a comprehensive overview of the service they provide, it doesn't appear to list any information about the organization or the nurses behind the platform. One unique feature to us is a customizable textbook where students can search for topics and add their own annotations to personalize their learning experience. PassNurse is a per-month subscription service starting at $25 for 2 months, $35 for 4 months and $45 for 6 months. All subscriptions include full access to over 1, high-quality questions, access to all detailed illustrated study notes, unlimited timed tests, customizable textbook and performance analytics with peer comparison.

Virtual-ATI + Board Vitals

Ever heard of a psychometrician? Neither had we, but ATI Nursing Education hires them to specialize in learning how people learn and design programs to fit the plethora of ways. In their Virtual-ATI + BoardVitals program, participants receive personalized coaching from experts over a week NCLEX-RN prep review that is conducted over a virtual format. Each student works with a nurse educator one-on-one to verify that you're ready for success. Only after you've completed the intensive 3-month program and received a "green light" from your coach are you deemed ready for the exam. In addition to the coaching, participants are provided access to BoardVitals, an NCLEX test prep quiz bank with more than 1, questions where students can build customizable quizzes focused on specific content areas or assess their comprehensive knowledge through adaptive testing. At $ for the entire program, students are offered many variations for learning and a guarantee that includes another 12 weeks of access for those who were given the green light yet failed the exam. With a national passing rate of 90% across the U.S., Virtual-ATI students average 98% for those earning a green light during the program.

Mometrix

Although Mometrix provides over 3, products covering over 1, standardized exams, their NCLEX-RN review course and free test prep questions and videos appear to be top-shelf products. The free practice tests with video support are an easy-access solution to quick learning. The online review course includes lessons, flashcards, over practice questions and more than 50 instructional videos covering dozens of complex nursing concepts. They offer a one-week money-back guarantee if you don't like the program and cater to visual, reader, repetition and practice learning styles. The subscription runs $ per month and, although it's not clearly defined on the website, it does appear that you can easily cancel your membership anytime through your online account.

Ready to Pass

While they might have a good product, it's hard to get past the poorly designed and challenging website of Ready to Pass, which appears to offer individualized virtual tutoring and live classes in New York and New Jersey. Once you get through to the fast-moving and cutesy animation pages, the FAQ link did provide a comprehensive overview of what they offer. In-person review courses (costing between $ to $ depending on when you register) are conducted by experienced nurses with teaching certificates to not only help students understand key nursing facts and concepts, but they can also instruct in test-taking strategies. The Ready to Pass online prep course ($ or $ depending on registration date) is a comprehensive live-stream course out of New York that offers participant interaction and the ability to ask questions, access to over 2, practice questions and a minute mentoring session with a master's prepared nurse educator. The personalized, individual tutoring runs $75/hr (2hr minimum) and is conducted online, in-person or over the phone. These are just a few of the hundreds of courses offered to those seeking to pass the challenging NCLEX-RN exam to earn the title of a registered nurse.

First and foremost, decide your ideal learning style and platform then choose a validated program that you will see to the end. These courses are a valuable resource for passing the exam, but only if you use them. Also, see our 10 tips for preparing for the NCLEX-RN

Amanda Bucceri Androus, RN, BSN

Amanda Bucceri Androus, RN, BSN

Amanda Bucceri Androus is a Registered Nurse from Sacramento, California. She graduated from California State University, Sacramento in with a bachelor's degree in nursing. She began her career working night shifts on a pediatric/ med-surg unit for six years, later transferring to a telemetry unit where she worked for four more years. She currently works as a charge nurse in a busy outpatient primary care department. In her spare time she likes to read, travel, write, and spend time with her husband and two children.

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7 Strategies for NCLEX Review

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Start preparing for your National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) about 3 or 4 months before the exam.

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Take several practice tests per day (between 80 and questions) to keep you focused.

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Make sure you cover all the topics and skills that will appear on the official exam.

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Study to learn and understand, not to memorize. Read every practice question carefully before selecting the answer.

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Take notes. Taking notes on the questions you need to study will reinforce your learning.

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Read the rationales for the correct answers.

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If you don’t know the answer right away, try to eliminate one or two of the choices.

How it works

The best way to study for your examination is to practice answering questions similar to those you’ll find on the actual test.

Our NCLEX practice questions are based on the same categories that are included on the official exam provided by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN):

  • Physiological Integrity
  • Safe and Effective Care Environment
  • Health Promotion and Maintenance
  • Psychosocial

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You can take our practice tests as many times as you like. Study to learn and understand, not to memorize.

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Each time, the multiple-choice NCLEX practice questions and their possible answers are randomply shuffled, so that you are learning facts, not the order of the questions.

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Research has shown that studying in the same way that you’ll be tested can increase your self-assurance as well as your ability to answer the test questions.

We’ve designed our practice tests to duplicate the exam experience so that it becomes familiar to you.

Our NCLEX practice questions cover all the topics and skills that appear on the official Registered Nurse and Practical Nurse exams.

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Explanations

Detailed rationales for the correct answers. Displayed not only when you make a mistake, but also when you answer correctly, so you remember it better.

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Designed to simulate the actual NCLEX-RN experience in every way. The most efficient way to practice for the real exam.

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Frequently asked questions

If I’m not sure about which option is best, should I guess?

Random guessing on the NCLEX will lower your score. If you don’t know the answer right away, try to eliminate one or two of the choices. On Nurse.plus practice tests, if you’re not sure, or if the question has new information that you haven’t seen before, click on the Hint button below the fourth answer option. You’ll get a clue to help you figure out the correct answer.

How can the Nurse Plus Academy help me study?

Research shows that practice tests are valuable tools in helping you prepare to sit for your NCLEX. They can decrease anxiety about test-taking: the more practice tests you take, the better you become at reading the questions and developing a strategy for choosing the best answer. They also identify your areas of strength and weakness. We recommend a regular study schedule, starting months before your examination. In addition to practice testing, we offer a Nursing Terminology section where you can see definitions for the most popular NCLEX terms such as Sims position, rule of nines, 12 cranial nerves or what normal saline and d5w are.

When do I get the score for my practice test?

Your score is constantly displayed. Before you begin, the numbered grid in the upper left corner of the computer screen is grey. As you take each NCLEX practice test, just look at the grid to see how well you are doing. Each grey square in the grid will turn green or red, depending if your answer to the question is right or wrong. With each question, the squares of the grid will turn green with your correct answers or red with the incorrect ones.

How are the practice tests arranged?

Each of our practice tests falls into one of the four NCLEX categories: Physiological Integrity, Safe and Effective Care Environment, Health Promotion and Maintenance, and Psychosocial Integrity. Each category includes practice tests that cover the subcategories. We also plan to offer tests that will take all the questions and split them into specific topics, such as pharmacology, laboratory tests, medical emergencies, etc.

Where do these questions come from?

These questions resemble those on the NCLEX. We designed them to simulate the real exam provided by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN). Many of the questions were created by our authors. Others were kindly provided by the Khan Academy under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike United States License.

What happens if I get a question wrong?

If the answer is correct, you will see a green checkmark and can go to the next question. It it’s wrong, you will see a red “x” and the correct answer. The rationale for the correct answer will also show, so you can read it and find out more. Taking notes on the questions you need to study will reinforce your learning.

Do I need to register to access the tests or the results?

No. You don't need an account to access our NCLEX practice tests or the results. We use a browser cookie to remember your progress so that you can safely close your browser window and come back at any time to the exact point at which you left off. No usernames or passwords to remember!

Is there a passing score for the practice tests?

We’ve set the passing score for the practice tests at 50%. The NCLEX-RN and NCLEX-PN are pass/fail examinations, designed to determine if you have an entry-level knowledge of nursing. While we can’t promise that getting 50% or higher on the Nurse Plus practice test guarantees that you will pass your NCLEX, you'll have an indication of subjects that you know, as well as those that need more study.

Can I take a practice test more than once?

Absolutely! Our practice tests work the same way as flash cards. Each time you retake any of the tests, the questions and options will automatically shuffle into a different order. Random ordering is a proven learning method.

What if I don’t understand a question or agree with an answer?

We’re always glad to hear from Nurse Plus users. If a question can be improved or corrected, please let us know. Send us an email at [email protected] We review all comments and respond to users as soon as possible.

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With Nurse Plus and CNA Plus, we're on a mission to help you pass your NCLEX and CNA tests. These sites provide practice tests that simulate the official exams provided by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN).

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So far the best from sign up to study. Everything is organized so well which motivates me to study and get over with the NCLEX RN exam and start my new journey. You guys have done an EXCELLENT JOB with the study materials by categorizing them by domain. I can&#;t wait to write another review after my exam. BRAVO Nurse Plus. ** Note to others!! Don&#;t waste your time with other programs, sign up today you will not regret with this BOMB !!! I know I will PASS %.

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Thank you for your excellent feedback and your kind words!
Keep up your studies and good luck on your exam!
Diana L.

Hey guys

Hey guys, I passed my NCLEX only using Nurse plus, I had tried uworld but it didn' t give me the option of going and practice as nurse review did. Went through all the parts, until I got %. Then just decided to go and write the exam on Oct/7/
Thanks a lot!

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I liked it so far

I liked it so far. Keeps me answering more questions and hopefully will help me pass my board exam.

Reply from Nurse Plus Academy

Thank you for your feedback, Apple.
Good luck on your upcoming exam, we hope you will be impressed with your results after studying with us.
Diana L.

I paid but but now when I go I not is&#;

I paid but but now when I go I not is asking me to start a trial and then paid for it.I don&#;t understand that!

Reply from Nurse Plus Academy

Thank you for your feedback, Patricia.
We are sorry to hear that you were not able to access the practice tests you paid for. We checked your account and noticed that you might be not signed in. We keep everyone signed in after the purchase, so there is no need to log out and log back in every time you come to practice, but depending on your browser settings, your session could have timed out. Simply enter the email and password you used when upgrading into the sign in form. We sent you an email with detailed instructions as well and please do not hesitate to contact us directly at [email protected] if you have any other questions or concerns.
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I've just started using the flash cards and I'm alarmed about the amount of typos on them, it made me concerned about the actual content. If no one is checking the spelling and grammar who is checking the facts and figures ?

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We are sorry to hear that you encountered several typos during your practice with us. Whenever our practice tests or flashcards are ready, we triple-check them before uploading for public use to ensure the fewest errors and repetitions possible. We apologize for any spelling mistakes we might have missed. Please send us at [email protected] the screenshots of all spelling errors you encounter and we will ensure they are corrected as quickly as possible.
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It&#;s a great NCLEX RN review

It&#;s a great NCLEX RN review. From my premium package, I received a lot of nursing contents from the Nursing board categories: basic care and comfort, pharmacological and Parental Therapies, Health promotion ect&#;in form of practice tests, SATA&#;s, the challenge bank and the NCLEX Exam Stimulator.

It&#;s up to me now, to study, practice, and get ready to go sit for my exam. Thank you team Nurse plus academy.

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I am studying nurse plus academy for my NCLEX-PN that I am getting to take soon. Which has great material. I wanted to ask other users that took their NCLEX was is similar or exactly like the NCLEX questions in the qbank material.

Reply from Nurse Plus Academy

Thank you for your feedback, Hollie!
We are happy to hear that you think our material is great, however you may not receive a response to your inquiry from other users on this website as it is dedicated to individual reviews. In the meantime, we are happy to clarify that nurse.plus questions are NOT the actual test questions; those are not publicly available (unless someone has stolen a copy of the test, which would be illegal). Our questions are based on authentic NCLEX exam questions from previous years and cover every topic you&#;ll be tested on, including the toughest questions most people get wrong. They also represent an educated guess about the NCLEX test. Our users report that most of the questions on the real test are very similar to what they have seen on our site. Make sure you take your time reading and understanding the questions though, as the ones on the real test are likely to be worded differently. This should not pose a problem: as long as you're familiar with the underlying rule/concept behind the question, you'll easily identify the correct answer, no matter how it is worded. Please do not hesitate to contact us directly at [email protected] if you have any other questions,
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