There is a Hurst review being offered at NHTI. Hurst NCLEX® review at NHTI, June 4-6th, 8am-4pm
Here's the info from Hurst
Critical Thinking and Application -
Our proven, unique approach is developed and taught by registered nurses and is designed to improve your judgment, prioritization, critical thinking and application skills. Core content -
Students receive the Hurst NCLEX® review course book (260 pages), along with our online materials which include: priority questions, ER triage, infection control, calculations, and much more. We review all NCLEX® core content topics: Fluids & Electrolytes, Acid-Base Balance, Burns, Oncology, Endocrine, Cardiac, Psychiatric Nursing, Gastrointestinal, Neuro, Maternity, Respiratory, Orthopedics, Renal, and Pediatrics. Question Bank –
All Hurst students receive six attempts at our 'Q Review' application that serves unique 125 question exams containing NCLEX style questions. Each exam contains the new subject percentages as defined by the current NCSBN test plan. Upon completion of each exam, students receive the answer rationales. Test Taking Strategies -
Our proven test taking strategies are discussed along with a review of sample questions and the “why” and “how” rationale that helps you formulate the correct NCLEX® answers. You will also learn what to expect when you go to the testing center, how the exam is graded, and we will dispel any misconceptions you may have heard about the test. Our students are fully prepared when they take the test!
To register for the review:
1. Go to the following link: https://www.hurstreview.com/live-schedule/
Haven't used this review, (or any for that matter) but we've just been given information!
Quote from kmh568
Does anyone have any experience with NCLEX prep courses in NH? I live in New London, so I don't want to have to travel any further south than Manchester. I've looked into Kaplan and St. Anselm's review courses. Any pros or cons about these? I'm leaning towards St. A's because of the dates they offer, and Kaplan is $$$!