Story: So I did not pass the NCLEX my first time around. Took me a week to get that emotions all out and picked myself back up. I was a bit embarrassed to ask for help. Finally, I got the courage to ask for help from my former teachers and later my nursing director emailed me that ATI is still free for me. I finally got an email from them that it will be about a 6 week course to go through the entire core content review. Should I do it? I am beginning to be overwhelmed with NCLEX resources.
- only need to dedicated 2-3 hours each day.
-organized study plan laid out for each day
-nclex coach with you every day to challenge the student with questions while giving assignments to see how much the student is learning
-needs at least 6 weeks to do the whole content
-haven't heard a lot of reviews about this course
-NCLEX schedule have to be flexible---(I scheduled my test already and they recommended that I should reschedule it)
Also if your school is doing ATI, don't forget to ask them about the virtual ATI. I just found out that I can do this review for free because I just graduated from this school that rely mainly on ATI.