I just graduated from nursing school
on 5/9 and I have no idea when I'm going to take the NCLEX yet - can't wait to get my ATT! My school has been pushing the idea of all of these stupid expensive review courses on us. We had a brief intro to the Hurst one which was fantastic, and I was thinking about that, but then I found this
. Folks, the NCSBN has a review course.
The NCSBN writes the NCLEX!
I have no idea why my nursing school never mentioned this. In fact, I'm wondering if they get some sort of cut or advertising bonus if they advertise in person reviews. Why wouldn't they advertise that the people who write the NCLEX have a review?!
I just decided to come and share with you all, my fellow graduates about to take the NCLEX. Whether you use this review or not, I think you should at least know it's out there. I purchased the five-week option just in case - I'm going to take the NCLEX as soon as possible but I'd like access to the content right up until I actually take the test. If this topic is redundant I apologize, but I couldn't be more excited to have found this resource!
Good luck in your studies.