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Been away from Nursing for sometime, want to reenter the profession? Contact us and let us develop a customize NCLEX or CGFNS review program for you!

Now Providing Reviews (NCLEX, CGFNS and CNOR) Using Web Conferencing with Voice over IP (VoIP) and Text Chat!! All the Benefits of a live instructor from the convenience of your home or office.
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In order for candidates to pass the NCLEX examinations they need to demonstrate that they have the knowledge, skills and abilities to allow them to promote, maintain and restore the health of individuals under their care. Our reviews are structured to cover the necessary material to assist the candidate in the successful demonstration of this knowledge on the NCLEX or CGFNS examinations.

Since minimum competency questions are most frequently asked at the Application Level NOT the Knowledge Level, we focus on having the candidate know as much about the exam as possible. We familiarize each candidate with the test content using the five steps of the nursing process and the categories of patient's needs. The examination (NCLEX and CGFNS) questions and answers are written in such a way that you will NOT be able to recognize or predict the correct answer, you must have the knowledge to avoid misinterpreting or not fully understanding the questions. Our review will help provide that knowledge.

Our reviews also contain material to help you keep abreast of the changes in diagnostic procedures.

The review includes instruction on a framework that should enhance your understanding of disease conditions. The framework should help candidates with their study and preparation for the examinations. If you wish to see the information covered each day of the review  click here.

We also discuss Registered Nurse Scope of Practice and LVN or LPN Scope of Practice as part of review.

Our practice test questions were developed to reflect the nursing process steps and patient's needs categories. The new NCLEX question format is used for the test questions.

Starting in April 2007 the NCSBN NCLEX-RN examination test plan defines the percentage of test questions assigned to category and subcategory as shown below.

Safe and Effective Care Environment:

Physiological Integrity

The reviews are based on the five steps of the nursing process and the four categories of patient's needs. The review covers at minimum the following topics, but is not limited to these topics:

Specializing in reviews for the
CGFNS and NCLEX-RN® examination
using web conferencing.