If you'd like help preparing for the NCLEX, then look no further than a Seattle NCLEX course found with the assistance of Varsity Tutors. Courses provide a unique way to get ready for this challenging exam. By signing up for one, you can learn from an experienced instructor on a powerful virtual learning platform. You may have decided to take the NCLEX if you've recently graduated from a local school like the University of Washington or the nearby Bellevue College. Test takers of all backgrounds can benefit from signing up for a Seattle NCLEX prep course. You can contact us today to get started with one or keep reading to learn more about them.
What content is covered in a Seattle NCLEX class?
Classes provide the chance to review everything that you need to know for your upcoming exam with an expert. There are actually two different versions of the NCLEX, both of which award a nursing license to students who pass them. These tests are called the NCLEX-RN and the NCLEX-PN. The specific version of the NCLEX that you decide to take will depend on things like your career goals and the types of jobs that you're interested in finding after earning a license.
Whichever test version you decide on, you'll take it on a computer. This computer will adapt the difficulty level of the questions it asks you based on the accuracy of your previous responses. You'll be tasked with answering questions on a wide number of topics. For instance, the exam assumes that you have a strong background in physical, social, and biological sciences. You'll be asked to demonstrate your knowledge of things like the nursing process, effective care environments, communication with patients, health promotion and maintenance, and much more. These are all things that you can review when you sign up to take a Seattle NCLEX course.
What are the benefits of taking a Seattle NCLEX class?
Classes are an excellent test preparation tool for a few key reasons. The first of these is the fact that classes can fit into just about anyone's schedule. They take place online, which means that you won't have to commute to and from anywhere to get the assistance that you're looking for. There are also a number of different options that you can choose from when signing up for a class. These options meet at various times throughout the week, which makes it easy to find one that fits around the other important parts of your life. You can contact Varsity Tutors directly if you'd like to get some help with selecting the best class for your specific scheduling needs.
Courses are taught by experienced educators who are extremely knowledgeable about the content that's tested on the NCLEX. You'll learn through a series of live lectures that take place on a powerful virtual learning platform. These lectures will, collectively, go over everything that you need to know about the NCLEX. You can learn more about things like the management of care, safety and infection control, physiological integrity, pharmacological therapies, and much more through the lectures that your educator delivers.
Throughout this process, you'll be able to see, hear and interact with your instructor the entire time. You can ask questions when you have them and can even listen to the questions that your classmates ask. This can help you think about the material that you're learning about in a new way. Studies have shown that a collaborative learning environment like this can make a big difference in terms of what you get out of your academic opportunities.
You can even sign up to work with them individually if you have trouble fully understanding some of the material that they cover in their lectures. This provides the chance to get personalized feedback in the areas that you need it the most. It's one of the reasons why taking a class is such an impactful test preparation tool. Keep reading for more information on how you can get started with a class if you'd like to take one.
How can I get started?
If you'd like to become a practicing nurse, then earning your nursing license is an important step towards accomplishing that goal. Passing the version of the NCLEX that you decide is a big step towards getting started with the career that you'd like to have. One of the best ways to prepare for this important test is to sign up for a Seattle NCLEX course. Varsity Tutors can easily help you sign up for the course that matches your needs the best when you reach out to us today.
Tia: Seattle NCLEX course instructor
...low income areas. Afterwards, I went back to school a received a Bachelors of Science in Nursing. When I am not tutoring, I work as a Nurse in the Operating Room at a Level 1 Trauma Hospital. I am excited to have joined the varsity tutors team so that I can still help students through their journey in school around my other work schedule. Other than assisting as a tutor, I love to play volleyball,...
Education & Certification
- Seattle University - Bachelor of Science, Nursing (RN)
- +41 subjects
Lindsey: Seattle NCLEX course instructor
...passion for learning for as long as I can remember along with that passion comes an ability to share my knowledge with all types of students. Over coming my own ADHD with coping and focusing mechanisms and with out medication is something I can offer students struggling with the same condition! I hope to help as many students as I can from all age groups to conquer their struggles together! Achieving this goal is the...
Alesha: Seattle NCLEX course instructor
...few reputable hospitals in the Kansas City metro area, including The University of Kansas Health System and Saint Luke's Health Systems in areas such as Telemetry, Medical Intensive Care, Cardiothoracic Pre and Post Op Recovery. Recently, I made the decision to work towards receiving an MSN in Nursing Education because I want to continue to make a positive impact on new and upcoming nurses in the healthcare field. I am passionate about helping students because...
Education & Certification
- University of Central Missouri - Bachelor of Science, Nursing (RN)
- CMT - Chartered Market Technician
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Lauren: Seattle NCLEX course instructor
...4.0 GPA and was named class valedictorian. While attending medical school in addition to my doctorate I also obtained a master's degree in biomedical science. Continuing my medical education I performed a three year surgical residency at a hospital in New Jersey. Throughout my academic career I have not only possessed a love of learning but of teaching as well. I was a tutor on staff at my medical school as well as a teaching...
Laura: Seattle NCLEX course instructor
...30 years of practice and educating nurses on all levels (CNAs to hospital staff) in a variety of settings. I enjoy working with non-traditional adult students who are changing careers and may need that extra attention to get them to their destination. I respect that each learner learns differently, and try to help learners discover their unique learning style. I try to incorporate test-taking strategies whenever I am teaching. The NCLEX (RN and PN) is...
Berthony: Seattle NCLEX course instructor
...my pre-medicine undergraduate courses at University of Texas San Antonio in 2010. I received my masters degree at Chamberlain University for Nurse Practitioner in 2016. I have tutored students throughout my nursing and advanced nursing career to include student nurses, graduate nurses, medical students, student nurse practitioners, and graduate nurse practitioners. My teaching style is a combination of abstract and concrete principles, since I've been exposed to multiple different teacher styles, sometimes at the same...
Education & Certification
- Illinois Eastern Community Colleges-Lincoln Trail College - Bachelor of Science, Biochemistry
- DePaul University - Master of Science, Nursing (RN)
- Algebra 2
- High School Chemistry
- +22 subjects
Nitasha: Seattle NCLEX course instructor
Dual-certified family nurse practitioner eager to join an organization that provides collaborative, high quality, and affordable patient-centered health care. As a tutor, my goal is to present the topic on hand in a competent and clear manner. I start with first understanding the student and their needs. Through strong communication, we will tackle the challenging topics and areas. I want to be my student's resource, point of contact, and cheerleader to success!
Jouel: Seattle NCLEX course instructor
...I am a board certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner. I am passionate about children. I have worked in a wide variety of healthcare settings from acute care to home health. I enjoy teaching nursing students, as I feel we need strong nurses who are competent and skilled to care for others. I have been a clinical instructor and currently precept graduate nursing students. I like to assess how each student learns so that we can work...
Fayez: Seattle NCLEX course instructor
...from Syria, and graduate from Mass. College Of Pharmacy And Health Science with a BS In Health Science And Biology. Therefore, my passion and my focus is teaching Human Anatomy, Physiology and Pharmacology, Pharmacy, and Pathophysiology. Currently, I am teaching pre-med students, as well as LPN, RN, and MA Students. My teaching philosophy is the student is student center and all my efforts focus on helping the student regardless of his or her education level,...
Education & Certification
- damascus university school of medicine - Doctor of Medicine, Premedicine
- Massachusetts College of Health Science Studies - Bachelor of Science, Health Sciences, General
- Corinthian College of Allied Health - Certificate, Medical Assisting
- +19 subjects