Varsity Tutors provides a Louisville NCLEX course that can help you improve your nursing skills and know-how so you can perform at your best on exam day. Students aspiring to become RNs and PNs like those studying at the University of Louisville and Jefferson Community & Technical College know that passing the NCLEX is one thing they need to do in order to start their nursing career. But it can be hard to find a convenient way to review, especially if they need to travel to a review center. The Louisville NCLEX prep course can provide a more convenient way for you to prepare for the test since you can complete the entire course online.
What are some of the topics a Louisville NCLEX class can cover?
The NCLEX is a computer-adaptive test, which means the answer you provide for a question will determine the level of difficulty of the next question you're asked to answer. Unlike other standardized exams, the NCLEX doesn't just test how much you know, but also how well you're able to use your knowledge and critical thinking in real-life patient care situations.
Your instructor in the Louisville NCLEX class can help you go through a comprehensive review of the content of the test. There are two types of NCLEX exams - NCLEX-RN is for graduates of Registered Nurse programs and NCLEX-PN is for Practical/Vocational Nurses. Both types will cover four primary topics focused on meeting patient needs. These are Safe and Effective Care Environment, Health Promotion and Maintenance, Psychosocial Integrity, and Physiological Integrity. The subtopics under each main topic may vary depending on whether you are taking the exam for RN or PN.
Apart from answering practice questions, you can also learn test-taking techniques from your instructor and some effective study habits that can improve your skills and give you the confidence you need to feel ready for the test.
What are the advantages of enrolling in a Louisville NCLEX course?
Preparing for the NCLEX through a formal review class led by knowledgeable and experienced instructors can help you have a more efficient and focused study. Success in the NCLEX requires your ability to apply what you've learned in nursing school in actual medical situations and for you to have that "nurse instinct" when making decisions relating to basic patient care. With the guidance and industry experience of your instructor, you can have a deeper understanding of nursing subjects and procedures and how to integrate those with patient-centered skills.
The NCLEX course is also offered entirely online, so this is a convenient way for you to study for the test. There is no need to allow extra hours for commuting, so you don't only save on time - you also save on money and effort. The more time you save, the more you can put into your actual NCLEX study. Instead of a physical classroom, you will log into a virtual classroom and use video chat to study with your instructor and classmates. There is also an online whiteboard so you can easily follow the lectures. You can work on practice questions together with other aspiring RNs and PNs, ask questions and get instant feedback from your instructor, and join in discussions as if you were in a physical classroom. And if there are times you need extra help on concepts like Basic Care and Comfort, Pharmacological and Parenteral Therapies, or any other topic, you can request to meet your instructor one-on-one outside of the online class. Having this option can greatly increase the quality of your NCLEX review since you can have personalized attention that may not be readily available in traditional reviews or if you're doing self-study.
How can I enroll in a Louisville NCLEX course?
Studying for the NCLEX is not just studying for the actual test. You are also facing the last thing that's keeping you from your dream of becoming a Registered Nurse. It is indeed a life-changing exam and you can use all the expert support you can get in order to increase your chances of conquering the test. Call Varsity Tutors today to learn more about our Louisville NCLEX course and how you can sign up for our available class offerings. Whether you're looking for evening courses, weekend courses, or even something during a break in the afternoon, we can provide options that suit your availability. We have 2-week and 4-week courses that start on a rolling monthly basis, so you can quickly get enrolled in the course you prefer.
Kara: Louisville NCLEX course instructor
I have been a nurse for 22 years and a nurse practitioner for six. I enjoy sharing knowledge about the field of nursing and helping others understand it. My undergraduate degree was obtained from the University of Louisville School of Nursing and my master's was done at University of Cincinnati. I have experience with teaching nursing interns, training new nursing employees, and have been homeschooling my two youngest children for the last 2 years.
Ugonna: Louisville NCLEX course instructor
...different continents from Montessori, public, parochial, magnet, Ivy League, private, and adult learning institutions. I have just recently finished my Bachelors of Science in Nursing, Magna Cum Laude with Honors, at Lenoir-Rhyne University. have a Bachelors in Psychology after attending both Yale and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Masters in Business Administration from Pfeiffer University, and am currently working on a second Bachelors of Science in Nursing at Lenoir-Rhyne University. I completely...
Cheryl: Louisville NCLEX course instructor
I passed both the LPN and RN NCLEX exams on the first try and in the minimum amount of questions. As your tutor, I am able to assess where your gaps are and offer solutions. I am passionate about helping you to succeed in nursing subjects. I am able to help learners grasp nursing concepts by using multiple sources of resources and support materials.
Marti: Louisville NCLEX course instructor
...ICU, CICU. Administrative experience has been as CNO/COO and later CEO of Federally Qualified Healthcare Clinics. I love to teach! Seeing my students achieve that "Aha!" moment when new learning has occurred is my goal. Insuring that every student is satisfied with all questions answered is my objective. In addition to teaching, I enjoy sailing, kayaking, walking our beach with our dogs, golf, tennis, and curling up by the fire with a great book!
Whitney: Louisville NCLEX course instructor
I am a licensed and certified Nurse Practitioner. I am up-to-date on nursing education, passed boards, and would love to help others in the process. I can teach nursing, study for the NCLEX, graduate school level nursing and boards. I also have a degree in Psychology. I tested out of AP English and have advanced reading and writing skills. I am able to tutor these subjects as well.
Kathy: Louisville NCLEX course instructor
...school everywhere we were stationed (13 institutions!). My nursing degrees are from Univ of North FL and Univ of FL. I am working on an EdD degree in Curriculum and Instruction Development . My area of concentration is Nurse Midwifery. I LOVED delivering babies and becoming a part of the families I cared for. I believed I would be serving as a Midwife until I retired but, early in my career, I had the opportunity...
Norma: Louisville NCLEX course instructor
...always enjoyed figuring out how things worked and why things happened, as my curiosity knew no bounds. As I matured, I discovered how to channel this curiosity into more productive avenues by working in study groups, helping friends answer their own questions which were usually quite similar this mine, This helped develop my confidence in teaching others through college, summer camps and medical school. I love working with different age groups as they all bring...
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Onitisha: Louisville NCLEX course instructor
...to my already having a bachelor's degree in another area. I worked as a RN in the ER, OR, Med-surge, Labor and Delivery until 2010, when I was accepted into graduate school. In 2012, I completed my master's for an Adult and Women's Health NP program at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. I certified for my Adult NP thru AANP and for Women's thru NCC. I have been practicing off and on as an...
Marsha: Louisville NCLEX course instructor
...my Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Oklahoma. I received my Master of Science in Nursing from the University of Missouri- St. Louis. I received my Doctor of Nursing Practice from Capella University on March 7, 2020. I have dedicated my career to the study of nursing principles. I am passionate about working with nursing students of all educational levels. I enjoy reading, traveling, spending time with family, and the occasional roller...
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- Virginia Commonwealth University - Bachelor of Science, Nursing (RN)
- Graduate Level Biology
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