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Hurst online review help please

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My Hurst online review is going to expire soon.I failed once after joining this course.Do they extend my course without additional fee? I am international graduated nurse.

Thank you

JustBeachyNurse, RN

Specializes in Complex pediatrics turned LTC/subacute geriatrics. Has 11 years experience.

You need to check Hurst. Did you choose an option (if available ) for an IEN? I know many programs invalidate the guarantee if you do not choose the appropriate review.

JustBeachyNurse, RN

Specializes in Complex pediatrics turned LTC/subacute geriatrics. Has 11 years experience.

You need to follow the rules of their guarantee which are very specific

https://www.hurstreview.com/about/hurst-guarantee

We guarantee that a student's first NCLEX® attempt will be successful if the student has completed either the Hurst Live, Online, or Classroom Video review in its entirety*, and attempts the NCLEX® within 3 months of graduation from a U.S. accredited school of nursing.

If such student is unsuccessful, Hurst will provide, at the student's choice, either:

Our one-time 45-day remediation course which must be completed within 1 year of student's graduation date.

OR

A full refund. To receive a refund, student must:

Not have taken more than 2 reviews (Live, 90-Day online, or classroom video in any combination)

Notify Hurst within 2 weeks of receiving NCLEX® failure notice

Provide postmarked envelope of NCLEX® failure notice & candidate performance report (copy or actual)

Return all course material provided.

This policy will be strictly enforced. Hurst reserves the right to amend or change any policy at our sole discretion.

* "its entirety" is defined as follows:

1. for the Live Review:

- Completion of all Specialty Area Online Lectures

- Completion of the available 6 Q-review exams for the RN program or 3 Q-review exams for the PN program

2. for the Online or Classroom Video:

- Completion of all Online Lectures

- Completion of the available 6 Q-review exams for the RN program or 3 Q-review exams for the PN program

Since you did not graduate from a US school of nursing (bolded above) you are not eligible. You can pay $50 for an additional 90 days access. (Cheaper than $300)

JustBeachyNurse, RN

Specializes in Complex pediatrics turned LTC/subacute geriatrics. Has 11 years experience.

Most NCLEX prep programs do not offer guarantees for IENs. ATI is not available if you are an IEN. Kaplan has an IEN NCLEX-RN review but no money back or repeat class guarantee (for. US educated nurses they must have graduated from an accredited school and test within a certain period post graduation)