How Does Florida Nursing Review Course Differ From Other NCLEX Prep Tools?
Florida Nursing Review Course takes a three-step approach to NCLEX® review that includes the best of all worlds. We know that the first step of NCLEX® preparation is mastery of “must know” core content and a development of critical thinking and application skills. We also provide practice questions for students to utilize as they study. Step two requires the incorporation of NCLEX®-specific testing strategies to facilitate critical thinking skills for the entry level nurse.The final step is to take NCLEX®-style practice exams called Simulators. Our proven method teaches students to answer questions the NCLEX® way after they have learned the content. Our testing strategies are specific to the NCLEX® and are not appropriate for the GRE®, LSAT®, or MCAT®. Florida Nursing Review’s exclusive focus is preparing nursing graduates to pass the NCLEX® exam the first time; it’s what we do 24/7.
How Does Florida Nursing Review Course Keep Up With All The Changes With The NCLEX?
- FNRC attends all NCLEX® invitational conventions and meetings.
- FNRC stays abreast of any life-threatening protocol changes published by CDC, AHA, Joint Commission, etc.
- Programs are updated yearly to ensure students and faculty are fully informed.
How Does The Florida Nursing Review Course NCLEX Review Work?
- We take what students know and help them to integrate and apply this knowledge the NCLEX® way – critical thinking and application.
- We guide students to understand core content with no doubts or hesitations. Confidence decreases test anxiety.
- We teach the review from an integrated style using multi-logical thinking strategies.
- We help students understand the NCLEX® mindset and NCLEX®-specific testing strategies through critical thinking exercises and NCLEX®-style questions.
When Should Students Take The Florida Nursing Review Course?
We recommend that students take Florida Nursing Review Course as they enter the last semester of school or upon graduation. Students should have been exposed to all of their medical–surgical courses before taking the review.
Why Do Students Need To Take The Florida Nursing Review Course?
Our goal is not only to help students pass the first time, but also to help students become competent and safe nurses. FNRC provides a comprehensive, step-by-step approach to the NCLEX® with our “Critical Thinking and Application NCLEX® Review.” We fill the gap between graduation and NCLEX® testing by transitioning the student from education to practice.
We take a step-by-step approach: 1) Core content (incorporating critical thinking and application skills) 2) NCLEX® testing strategies (We teach NCLEX®-specific testing strategies, not strategies that are universal for the MCAT®, LSAT®, or GRE®) 3) NCLEX®-style practice exams (4 exams with 125 items each, plus additional practice questions). We focus on the students’ understanding of the “why” in relation to causes, signs, and symptoms. We use multiple teaching strategies with direct interaction to enhance student learning and engage the learner.
• Academic studies have revealed that test takers do not really benefit from traditional test preparation.
• We work with the nursing student sharing strategies that are necessary to pass the NCLEX exam.
• A major reason our students historically do well on the NCLEX is that we teach the critical connection between the material they learned and the application of that knowledge to the test.
• Hands on instructors small classes and reasonable fees.
• Classes meet several hours per week, day, and evening classes available.
• We test you to discover which type of questions you missed. But more importantly, why?
• Avoid panicking when you don’t know the answer to a question.
• You will learn how to select the right answer.
• If you failed your NCLEX exam in the past should retake your test? Absolutely, but call us before you making a date for the date.
• If you failed your NCLEX exam in the Pass can you retake the test? Absolutely! But call us before rescheduling your exam.
“We turn Nursing Students into Nurses”.