The innovation of spaced repetition is helping nursing students learn with increased efficiency, leading to improved NCLEX® results. Learn more about it here.
With so much riding on the outcome of your NCLEX®, it’s critical you position yourself for success. Discover five ways you can increase your chance for NCLEX success.
As the delivery of nursing care rapidly changes, educators and licensing bodies are working hard to keep pace. Quality practice questions are more important than ever.
Evidence-based approaches to help students develop strategic methods that reduce anxiety and enable them to practice for the NCLEX® more effectively.
When preparing for the NCLEX-RN, it’s helpful to get study tips from students who recently passed the exam. Check out how Logan prepared and passed the NCLEX.
Here are five lessons learned by nurse educators while teaching in a pandemic, and some insights to help plan future semesters when faced with similar periods of widespread disruption.
We’re pleased to introduce multiple new Flashcard features including a Browse feature that makes it easier for you to create and organize your flashcards and a Study feature that lets you review your flashcards with spaced repetition.
New nurses getting ready for their first day on the job often find themselves asking the question: Am I as ready and prepared as I need to be? Here are three things to keep in mind.
Your didactics are done, your clinicals are completed — all that remains is sitting for the exam. But you’ll need to register for the exam first. Here’s how to do it…
Nurses are the very heartbeat of healthcare. They don’t do it for accolades or recognition; they do it because it’s their calling. Today, we want to say “thank you.”