Every year about 300,000 trained nurses nationwide take the NCLEX RN and LPN exam, but nearly 90,000 students fail (NCSBN, 2016). That’s almost 30 percent! What can you do to improve your odds and be well prepared to face this challenging exam with confidence?
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Good Morning Feuer Family, I'm a year late, as you can tell being a NURSE gets you busy. Anyways I wanted to share my NCLEX experience. Back in June of 2014 I took the NCLEX for the first time. I graduated April, and I wanted to sit for the boards as soon as...read more
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our Founder, Dr. Helen Feuer, who passed away recently at her home in New York City. Helen was a pioneer in the NCLEX review industry. She established a high quality immersive learning program in the 1970s which...read more
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