Any student looking to gain nursing licensure must pass the NCLEX exam. Whether your career plan is to become a practical nurse (PN) or a registered nurse (RN), you will need to take and pass the NCLEX.
Congratulations! You’ve earned (or are working towards earning) your nursing degree and you’re preparing for a long, fruitful, and rewarding career in healthcare. But for you, it’s more than a career, it’s a calling. And you’re almost there! The last step in preparation for being a registered nurse is taking and passing the NCLEX-RN. No […]
Nurse educators face the incredible challenge of preparing diverse learners to care for patients with increasingly acute and complex needs in an overburdened healthcare system. This challenge is intensified as we prepare for the upcoming Next Generation NCLEX® changes, create solutions to tackle high rates of medication administration errors, and expand and accelerate nursing programs to […]
On top of the usual concerns about staffing ratios, time management, and much more, COVID-19 brings new and devastating challenges and anxieties. Follow these steps to help your work-life.
The world of nursing is a unique place. A community filled with apparent contradictions few outside its radius seem to understand.
These are unique times for nursing students preparing to take the NCLEX-RN or NCLEX-PN exams. With exams postponed, testing centers reduced, and the exam itself being altered due to the COVID-19 virus, students preparing for the NCLEX-RN or the NCLEX-PN exams are scrambling to stay test-ready. Just because things seem in flux right now does […]
In an ever-increasing digital world, if you’ll stay personally connected, promote group learning, and embrace variety, you can redefine learning for a whole new generation of nursing students!
If you are a student preparing to sit for your NCLEX exam, here are some current ways the testing has changed in response to COVID-19.
If you’ve found yourself asking, “What is a good QBank score?” you are not alone. This is one of the most common questions we receive in our NCLEX UWorld Facebook group and forums.