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Varsity Tutors can help if you are looking for Phoenix NCLEX prep. The National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN) and the National Council Licensure Examination for Practical Nurses (NCLEX-PN) are both administered by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing, Inc. Taking a virtual NCLEX prep class or getting private mentoring are great ways to review what you learned during your time at schools such as Arizona State University, Arizona State University - Downtown Phoenix Campus, or another university near Phoenix.

What topics can I learn about during Phoenix NCLEX prep?

Both the NCLEX-RN and the NCLEX-PN center around client needs and include the same core topics. However, some sub-topics differ. For example, both exams include questions about creating a safe and effective care environment. However, the NCLEX-RN has questions about care management and the NCLEX-PN has questions about coordinated care. Both have questions about safety and infection control. Other topics that are covered on both exams include health promotion, health maintenance, and psychosocial integrity. Physiological integrity is another topic that you can learn about during NCLEX prep, including its subtopics, such as basic care and comfort, the reduction of risk potential, and physiological adaptation.

The NCLEX is a time-limited exam. It uses a computerized adaptive testing system. This means that both the number of questions and the difficulty of the questions you are presented with will be based on your answers to previous questions. Thus, some students might have as few as 75 questions on the NCLEX-RN while others might have 265. The minimum number of questions for the NCLEX-PN is 85 while the maximum is 205. For the NCLEX-RN, you will have a maximum of six hours to complete the test while for the NCLEX-PN, you will have a maximum of five hours. These time periods include the tutorial and breaks.

What kind of the Phoenix NCLEX prep can I get?

There are two kinds of NCLEX prep available to students in the Phoenix area. You can sign up for a Phoenix NCLEX prep class, or you can get private instruction from a trained NCLEX tutor. Both options work if you want to review what you learned in school, discover gaps in your knowledge, learn new concepts, and delve deeper into concepts you have only understand on a superficial level.

Our virtual NCLEX classes take place over the internet. You will be able to interact with your class instructor as if you were in the same room together. You will also be able to see, hear, and interact with the other students. Taking a virtual class is a great way to avoid commuting through traffic or spending money on public transportation.

Your teacher can encourage class discussions and monitor them. This way, students can be provided with instant feedback. You can ask your teacher questions which your teacher may present to the other students to answer. You can also request private time with the teacher outside of class if you want more help.

Many students opt to sign up for private mentoring with a Phoenix NCLEX tutor. A private mentor can give you all of their focus and attention. They can use your first sessions together to assess your knowledge and create study sessions that address your weak points. They can also adapt their teaching methods to fit your learning style.

Your private mentor can move at a pace that is best for you, regardless of whether you are a quick learner or you like to spend more time going over topics. You can take your time to ask questions. You can always schedule more study sessions if you need more preparation.

Meeting your instructor can be done over the internet. You can use our Live Learning Platform to study with your mentor one-on-one. The virtual whiteboard is a great tool to help you stay focused on the main issues covered in each lesson. Another option is meeting with your instructor in person.

How do I sign up for Phoenix NCLEX prep?

If you are interested in learning more information about signing up for NCLEX prep in Phoenix, get in touch with Varsity Tutors. An educational consultant Varsity Tutors can help you enroll in a Phoenix NCLEX prep course. New courses start each month, and you can choose a two-week or four-week course. Another option is signing up to study with a Phoenix tutor one-on-one. Regardless of your schedule, our educational consultants can help you find a class that works for you or connect you with a tutor who can work with your schedule.

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