Why You Should Take an NCLEX Exam Prep Course with EduMind

  • 28 September, 2021

Nurses are required to fulfill certain requirements before they can earn licensure.

In addition to obtaining the proper degree, typically a Bachelor of Science, nurses will need to obtain an Authorization to Test (ATT) and register for an exam date with Pearson VUE1 before they can take their NCLEX exam. This exam is developed by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) to "test the competency of nursing school graduates in the U.S."2 A passing grade on this exam is required to begin practicing nursing at an entry-level.

According to a 2020 study on the number of candidates who took and passed the NCLEX exam, 86% of all candidates pass on their first try3. One sure way to increase your chances of passing the first time is to take a review or prep course. EduMind's NCLEX exam prep courses are taught by nursing education experts who provide an in-depth look at each subject required by the NCSBN. Since our start in 2004, we have helped over 65,000 professionals earn their licensure or certifications and advance their careers. Our comprehensive NCLEX courses, combined with our subject matter expert instructors and innovative study features, will provide what you need to succeed on exam day!

Why You Should Take an NCLEX Exam Prep Course with EduMind

By the end of an EduMind NCLEX exam prep course, you will have:

  • Received a comprehensive exam content overview taught by NCLEX review experts and based on specifications established by the licensing board.
  • Discovered time management and stress reduction strategies to improve efficiency and decrease anxiety during the exam.
  • Gained familiarity with the different types of exam questions, including multiple choice, multiple response, "hot spot", fill-in-the-blank, and drag-and-drop.
  • Learned how to pinpoint and strip away incorrect answers designed to challenge content confidence, also known as distractors.
  • Gained confidence with varying adaptive NCLEX exam questions, which change in difficulty based on whether previous answers were right or wrong.
  • Utilized innovative learning tools like our Question bank, Study Hub, and Personalized Study Plan.
  • And more!

In addition to other independent review strategies like rereading important sections from textbooks, reviewing flash cards, and/or practicing content retrieval through tests and quizzes, taking a review course is an excellent way to gain confidence before exam day. In fact, EduMind's courses employ a combination of these strategies to optimize success. When you take our NCLEX exam prep course, you will have access to the following features:

  • Question Bank contains a bank of practice problems and solutions.
  • Personalized Study Plan serves as a virtual study plan for our Ondemand students.
  • Study Hub provides access to innovative learning tools, flash cards, eBooks, and more!
  • Subject matter expert instructors ensure you receive specialized teaching.
  • Downloadable course notes provide concise outline of material.
  • Option to submit questions to instructors to clarify concepts or concerns.
  • Course completion certificate to attach in resume.

Are you ready to become a licensed nurse? Take an NCLEX exam prep course with EduMind to access exclusive features and content designed to help you pass the exam! Click the link to learn more: https://www.edumind.com/medical/nclex/

References

1 "How to Become a Nurse." Gwynedd Mercy University. Accessed September 28, 2021. https://www.gmercyu.edu/academics/learn/how-to-become-a-nurse.

2 "NCLEX & Other Exams." NCSBN. Accessed September 28, 2021.https://www.ncsbn.org/nclex.htm.

3 "2020 NCLEX Statistics from NCSBN." NCSBN, February 19, 2021. https://www.ncsbn.org/Table_of_Pass_Rates_2020_Q4.pdf.
About the Author: Martha Hunsucker

Martha Hunsucker is a content writer for EduMind. She received her BA in English from Stetson University and has experience marketing, copywriting, editing, and blogging. In her spare time, she enjoys reading books by Jon Krakauer (her current favorite author), hiking with her two dogs, and sleeping in on weekends.

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