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If you're having a difficult time finding a reputable Oklahoma City NCLEX course, Varsity Tutors would be happy to set you up with an online prep course. The NCLEX is administered by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) and is offered in two separate versions: the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN) and the National Council Licensure Examination for Practical Nurses (NCLEX-PN). The exam is used to determine if a candidate has the skills and knowledge needed to perform the duties of an entry-level nursing professional. You'll need to review the material you studied in physical science, social science, and biological sciences in classes at a college or university such as the University of Central Oklahoma or the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. This amount of material can seem overwhelming if you're facing it on your own. Enrolling in an online Oklahoma City NCLEX course with Varsity Tutors can help you gain confidence in your ability to get through the content and showcase your potential to the best of your abilities. If you're curious about the benefits to be gained from an online prep course, continue reading.

What are the topics or skills which can be covered in an Oklahoma City NCLEX course?

The NCLEX measures one's knowledge of client needs as well as one's understanding of the different processes which are vital to practice nursing. Client needs are the main topic for both the PN and RN test plans. The NCLEX makes use of a variety of question formats, including but not limited to hot spots, ordered response, fill-in-the-blanks calculations, and multiple response questions. All of these question types can contain multimedia such as tables, charts, diagrams, graphics, and videos. RN candidates will have to answer between 75 and 265 questions with a maximum time limit of 6 hours. PN candidates have a time allowance of 5 hours to complete 85 to 205 questions.

The NCLEX makes use of Computerized Adaptive Testing (CAT) which is why the number of questions can range so widely. CAT allows the computer to deliver questions to the test-taker based on their performance during the exam. The computer will examine your performance on each question and use it to present you with a question you have a 50 percent chance of getting correct. For this reason, you cannot go back to change answers. CAT is thought to more fully measure a candidate's potential and no two exams will look the same. Your NCLEX course can help you learn how to work through tests of this sort and provide insight into strategies to improve your odds of choosing the correct answer.

Your Oklahoma City NCLEX course can also go into detail about the content you'll find on the exam. NCLEX courses can help you review topics such as health promotion and maintenance, safety and infection control, or basic care and comfort. You may also be able to work on physiological adaptation, psychosocial integrity, or basic care and comfort. RN candidates can work on the management of care or parenteral therapies while PN candidates study coordinated care. No matter where you are in the review process, your NCLEX instructor can help you fill in the gaps you may have in your knowledge.

What are the benefits of enrolling in an online Oklahoma City NCLEX class?

Signing up for an online course brings the benefits of traditional instruction to your local public library, your favorite cafe, or the comfort of your own home. All you need is a computer and access to reliable internet service to log in to our virtual learning platform and attend your courses, which eliminates the need to travel to get to campus. You'll be able to view and hear your teacher during class and will have the opportunity to speak to him or her to ask questions during the course of each lesson. The virtual platform also provides the option to work with your classmates on projects or engage in discussions about topics such as proper communication and documentation between nurse and client. Working with others in an interactive manner can help with concept retention and make your Oklahoma City NCLEX class more enjoyable.

How do I get signed up to begin an Oklahoma City NCLEX class?

When you're ready to enroll, all you have to do is call Varsity Tutors. Our course sessions begin each month so you can get started at any point during the year. You'll have the chance to choose between two-week and four-week sessions and can select the session which best your scheduling needs. Call Varsity Tutors today so you can start working towards your nursing goals with an exceptional Oklahoma City NCLEX prep course.

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