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Varsity Tutors is ready to set you up with Columbus NCLEX prep. If you're either a practical or registered nursing candidate, you'll need to take this exam before you get your license. Reviewing what you've learned in nursing school at institutions like Ohio State University, Mount Carmel College of Nursing, or another nearby college can help you be better prepared when you take the NCLEX. Doing a type of NCLEX prep can even help you review the fundamentals you may have forgotten. We can set you up with a Columbus NCLEX prep course or a private tutor so you can get a comprehensive review before you take this crucial exam.

What does the Columbus NCLEX preparation cover?

Practical and registered nurses will take the NCLEX, or the National Council Licensure Examination, to get their nursing license. The practical nurse (PN) test is shorter in length, lasting five hours, compared to the registered nurse (RN) test which lasts six hours. The NCLEX has four sections, including Health Promotion and Maintenance, Psychosocial Integrity, Physiological Integrity, and Safe and Effective Care Environment. Each of these categories is broken down into subsections such as Coordinated Care and Basic Care and Comfort.

While it's important to know the content of the NCLEX, it's also crucial that you understand the format. The number of questions for the RN test varies from 75 to 265 questions, and the PN test has between 85 and 205 questions. The number of questions varies from student to student because the NCLEX is a computer-adaptive test. That means each question is based on how you answered the previous one. In other words, you must take your time on each question and answer it to the best of your ability. You won't be able to return to any question. Your NCLEX instructor can share test-taking strategies, like how to help you choose the best answer when you're stuck.

What are the perks of the different types of Columbus NCLEX prep?

If you're looking for NCLEX prep, you'll find two types at Varsity Tutors: online tutoring and group classes. The majority of students will choose one or the other, but some students will opt to do both. No matter which type of prep you do, you'll have the opportunity to work with an NCLEX instructor who is enthusiastic to help you in your preparation. Let's take a look at both types of NCLEX prep.

Taking a Columbus NCLEX prep class means you'll work collaboratively with other students. Once you sign up for the class, you'll meet your classmates and your academic mentor on our Live Learning Platform which is similar to a physical classroom. The only difference is you won't have the commute. During class time, you can communicate with the other students and your class instructor using a virtual whiteboard and a video chat. You can discuss concepts you may encounter on the exam and ask questions about things you don't understand. Your instructor might break you up into smaller groups and have you do in-class projects and offer immediate feedback. If you still aren't quite grasping a concept, you can always request some extra help outside of class from your instructor.

Working with a Columbus NCLEX tutor is sometimes better for those students who prefer one-on-one help. A private instructor can encourage you as you work through each session. They can focus their time on you and your needs without other students around to interrupt. They can give you instant feedback as you work on a lesson, such as Parenteral Therapies. You set the pace when it comes to your sessions. If you're having difficulty with a topic, you can spend more time reviewing it and move quickly through the topics you do know well. You can also choose the content you cover in your sessions. If you don't understand Physiological Adaptation, your instructor can spend as much time as you need until you do have a better grasp.

How do I get started in Columbus NCLEX prep?

Whether you choose to work with a private tutor or to enroll in a group class, you can experience flexible scheduling. No matter how busy you are, you can find an online class or a tutor that fits around your day-to-day tasks or your busy schedule. You'll also have an expert instructor who knows not only the content but the format of the NCLEX. Contact our educational consultants if you would like more information or have any questions about Columbus NCLEX prep. Varsity Tutors is ready to get you started on your Columbus NCLEX pre today.

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