IMO if you spend money on a review center you should look at the results that they are getting and talk to students. this isn't like buying a bag of potato chips, this is your career. Spend the money and get a good review center.
Or, alternatively, if you are capable of focusing yourself and allocating time on your own there are numerous self-review courses available that people find success with.
i only want to go there for motivation to study
i do mostly self review i have short attention span
i might open my pc and play or watch dvd while studyng
ill review for 3 moths before exam too short for me
From my latest canvassing of review centers for nclex... Edgeworth review center which have a separate review center for their NCLEX reviewees named MIAMI review center has the cheapest, for only 11,000 pesos. The catch is, the review will last for 2 months but with just a 4hr review per day. Regarding the quality, Edgeworth offers good review courses for the NLE and has a good passing rate as well. I know because I've review with them. But for NCLEX, I havent had any feedbacks from their NCLEX reviewees.
Just structure your study time, and have some good review materials.
Review Centers in Manila, maybe good, and really, they have the capacity to teach the NCLEX contents, but with the majority of nursing graduates in the Philippines taking the NLE first, what's happening is, some review centers just let the "relatively few" NCLEX reviewees to "sit-in" on NLE classes, which is bad coz the contents of NCLEX and NLE are not very much the same.
If you really wish to enroll in a review center, better enroll to those that are "dedicated" NCLEX Review centers, in dedicated I mean those that specialize on NCLEX, such as Kaplan.