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If you're on the hunt for a quality Dallas Fort Worth NCLEX course to help you reach for your nursing goals, Varsity Tutors is here to assist you with exceptional preparation opportunities. The National Council Licensure Exam (NCLEX) is offered in two different versions, one for prospective Registered Nurses (RN) and one for Practical Nurses (PN). The NCLEX assesses one's ability to adequately perform the entry-level tasks and duties of a nursing professional. If you attended a college or university such as the University of Texas - Arlington or Texas Christian University Harris College of Nursing & Health Sciences, you'll need to review the concepts you learned in any social science, biological science, or physical science courses you may have taken. This can seem like an overwhelming amount of material to have to review which is where a Dallas Fort Worth NCLEX course can help. Your instructor will have experience teaching students how to prepare for the exam and will have a structured study plan to help you review all the content necessary to help you put your best foot forward on the NCLEX. For more information about the advantages of our online NCLEX classes, continue reading.

What are the topics and skills I can review in an online Dallas Fort Worth NCLEX course?

The NCLEX mainly focuses on client needs and the integrated processes vital to practice nursing. Your course can help you to review this material with lessons on topics such as safety and infection control or health promotion and maintenance. You can also spend time reviewing psychosocial or physiological integrity in your class and can engage in discussions about pharmacological therapies or reduction of risk potential.

In addition to understanding the content you'll need to have mastered to do well on the exam, your instructor can help you understand the format of the test and the different types of questions. The exam has a variety of questions formats, including but not limited to multiple choice, fill-in-the-blank, hot spots, and ordered response. Each of these questions types can contain charts, tables, sounds, graphics, or video for you to interpret. Working on these types of questions with your class can help you to know what to expect on test day.

The NCLEX also makes use of Computerized Adaptive Testing (CAT), which can cause the number of questions on each exam to vary. During an exam which uses CAT, the computer chooses the next question you'll answer based on your performance on previous questions and their difficulty. It aims to present you with questions you have a 50 percent chance of getting correct. This is thought to give a more accurate picture of your potential and means no two candidates take the same exam. Depending on which exam you're taking, you can have a time limit of either 5 or 6 hours. The number of questions ranges from 75 to 265. Your Dallas Fort Worth NCLEX course can help you with strategies and tips on the best ways to answer these types of questions.

What are the advantages of signing up for an online Dallas Fort Worth NCLEX class?

Your Dallas Fort Worth NCLEX class will be accessed using an online, interactive learning platform, eliminating the need to drive to class for instruction. The virtual learning environment allows you to take your classes from anywhere you can find a computer and a stable internet connection. This can be your local public library, your favorite place to get a cup of coffee, or sitting in your own living room.

You'll be able to interact directly with your teacher during class and ask questions if you need clarification on any topic. If you ever find yourself needing extra help, you can request a one-on-one appointment with your instructor. Due to our meticulous interview process, you'll be receiving assistance from a teacher with NCLEX experience and the ability to skillfully communicate the information you need to do well on the exam.

In the live learning environment, you can also interact with your classmates. This presents you with the chance to work collaboratively on projects and participate in discussions about class material. Social learning experiences can help with memory retention and introduce you to new ideas and perspectives.

What steps do I need to take to get signed up for an interactive, virtual Dallas Fort Worth NCLEX class?

New course sessions begin each month so you can get enrolled at any point during the year. We offer either a 2-week or 4-week course session and allow you to choose one which meets at the time which best suits your schedule. All you have to do is contact Varsity Tutors and we'll get you enrolled in an excellent Dallas Fort Worth NCLEX prep course.

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