If you're studying to become a Registered Nurse or a Licensed Practical Nurse, you'll have to take the NCLEX, and Varsity Tutors can get you set up with an Omaha NCLEX prep course that can assist you as you prepare for this important test. Whether you study a school like Creighton University College of Nursing, University of Nebraska Medical Center, or another school in the Omaha area, you've already put a lot of time, effort, and money into your education and career path. An Omaha NCLEX course can help you make good on that investment by giving you the tools you may need as you prepare for the NCLEX.
What will I study in an Omaha NCLEX class?
The curriculum of the National Council Licensure Examination changes every three years to stay current, but the test is always intended to assess your knowledge of client needs and how to address them. The test to become a Registered Nurse (the NCLEX-RN) and the test to become a Practical Nurse (the NCLEX-PN) differ slightly; for example, the NCLEX-RN includes sections on Management of Care and Parenteral Therapies that aren't included on the NCLEX-PN. But for the most part, the tests cover the same material. An Omaha NCLEX course can aid you in your review of Client Needs topics like how to create a Safe and Effective Care Environment, or Psychosocial Integrity, and help you understand how to integrate concepts from the Social, Biological, and Physical Sciences into your understanding of Client Needs. You'll also study fundamental processes of caring like Communication and Documentation, or how to address the Culture and Spirituality of clients.
While the subject matter of the NCLEX is broad, an Omaha NCLEX class can get you acquainted with the format and scoring system used on the test, too. Test-taking skills can be crucial to success, particularly as the NCLEX uses a unique scoring system. The test uses a system called Computerized Adaptive Testing, or CAT. Each time you answer a question, the computer will adjust its estimate of your abilities and your likelihood to answer the next question correctly or incorrectly, aiming to give you a 50/50 chance at success on each successive question. This allows the computer to gradually develop a precise estimate of your skills, but it also means that you can't go back and adjust your answers.
How will an Omaha NCLEX course be administered?
Should you enroll, you'll be given access to an online classroom where you'll be mentored by an expert NCLEX teacher. Thanks to our video chat platform, you'll be able to see and speak with the rest of the class so you can interact with the classroom just as you would in a traditional, face-to-face class. Your instructor can present lessons on Client Needs and may break the class up into groups to facilitate collaborative discussion between you and your peers. Working alongside other prospective RNs and PNs can be a great way to expose yourself to new, diverse perspectives on topics like the Nursing Process or how to facilitate Teaching/Learning between yourself and the client. And by bringing your own understanding of these subjects to your fellow students, you'll be able to expand your existing skills.
An online class offers quite a few unique advantages. To start with, you'll be given control over your own study space. You'll be able to access your Omaha NCLEX class from anywhere with an internet connection so you can study somewhere that you find comfortable and productive. You also won't have to worry about how to fit another commute into your life which can make attendance easier and free up valuable study time. A wide range of class times are available, allowing you to find something that suits your lifestyle. By breaking down barriers between you and your classroom, these classes aim to make NCLEX review accessible. In addition to normal class discussion, you'll even be able to reserve one-on-one meetings with your instructor outside of class to clarify tough material, giving you many opportunities for success.
How can I get signed up?
If you reach out to Varsity Tutors today, we can get you enrolled in an Omaha NCLEX course quickly and painlessly. You'll be able to speak with one of our educational consultants, who can give you more details about the experience offered by one of these courses, discuss course scheduling, and find something that's right for you. Courses start on a monthly basis, so there's always something just around the corner. Give us a call today, and you could not only be pursuing your NCLEX goals, but also building skills that may pay off throughout your career.
Ugonna: Omaha NCLEX course instructor
...a lifelong learner. I have had the privilege of being educated across three 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...
Susie: Omaha NCLEX course instructor
...with dual degrees in Communications and Spanish before spending some time in Spain before working for a very large Advertising Agency. I then decided to follow my heart and go into nursing, so I took the GRE, took prerequisite courses and entered Emory's Accelerated Bachelors into Master's program, preparing me for my current career as a Family Nurse Practitioner. When I'm not working, I swim, bike and/or run. I also ski, hike, travel and love...
Shelby: Omaha NCLEX course instructor
...of Michigan. I graduated with a bachelor of arts in communications, specializing in journalism and screen studies (film and tv!). I worked as a film publicist in NYC for four years before deciding to go back to school to fulfill my first passion - working in the medical field. In January of 2019, I graduated from NYU with my accelerated second bachelors degree in nursing and successfully passed the NCLEX on my first attempt in...
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Kayla: Omaha NCLEX course instructor
...want to tutor other age ranges as well as provide tutoring to nursing students as I feel I could have benefited from one when I got my initial Nursing degree in 2011. I am extremely passionate about tutoring, especially subjects related to reading, writing, nursing, and the various sciences. It is my firm belief that everyone is entitled to a quality education and have the same opportunities and I want to help those who may...
Dr. Corliss: Omaha NCLEX course instructor
...Owner/Manager/Instructor. 14101 Lyndhurst Drive, Chester, VA 23831. Nursing school consultant and tutoring organization. June 2004 current. Department of Veterans Affairs Hampton VAMC. 100 Emancipation Drive, Hampton, VA -APRN for Office of Community Care. June 28, 2015 November 30, 2018 -Nurse Clinician, Community Living Center. August 2009 June 27, 2015. Overton Brooks VAMC. 501 E. Stoner Avenue Shreveport, LA 71101. -Magnet Program Director/Research Administrator. August `07 December `08. Hunter Holmes McGuire VAMC. 1201 Broad Rock Blvd, Richmond,...
Yvonne: Omaha NCLEX course instructor
I'm passionate about learning and believe that curiosity about the world leads to amazing discoveries. Whether you're struggling with a class, prepping for a major test, or learning about computers and Microsoft, I'm glad to support you. My expertise includes Nursing, Public Health and the health sciences.
Justice: Omaha NCLEX course instructor
A committed professional with 13 years' practice as lecturer of research methods and epidemiology, reviewer of health research protocols, a public health trainer and former nurse-midwifery clinical instructor. Self-motivated, team player driven by top performance, success of students and also ready to learn from teaching.
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Reilly: Omaha NCLEX course instructor
...EMT school or preparing for the NREMT exam. I am certified through the College Reading and Learning Association as a Level II Tutor. I tutor all nursing classes, and most enjoy tutoring Medical Surgical and Pediatrics. Some of my strengths include time management, organization, answering NCLEX style questions, and preparing for exams. I excel at college admission essays, and I'm happy to work with students looking to perfect their applications. I focus on understanding the...
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