review center.. Rachell Allen?

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Any thoughts on Rachell Allen review center? There is a review this coming Monday and I don't know if I should take it. I am out of nursing school for a year and a half already. I failed the NCLEX last July. I tried Hurst and failed on my 1st attempt. I don't know if the problem is me or hurst. I am on NCSBN 5 week course right now. My friend told me it's all I needed to pass but I'm still open to any suggestions. I am also done with PDA. I don't like Kaplan since I wanted to concentrate on the content rather than task taking strategies. Please if you have any suggestions. I'm open to anything

It is worth it... I took the NCLEX 7 times and failed... i used Kaplan and Hurst... But i felt there was something missing. So on my 8th time, i decided to use Rachell Allen because it was famous in my country. Right at the first day, I felt the difference. In this review, they not only teach you, they coach. I found that the most important thing about the nclex is how you approach it. The information is important, yes, but your attitude towards it weighs more in my experience. They will teach you techniques to learn fast, asnwer fast, absorb the massive info and enjoy while doing it. I graduated 2007 and after 8 years finally with the help o Rachell Allen, i got it. hehe, stopped at 75 too, which was kinda impossible for me a few months back. The thing that made the difference for me is, the ana-physio (origin of stuff), and the positive attitude they put into you. I apologize for making this long... I'm just so happy and feel like i owe them a lot to the point that i need to spread news about them.

It is worth it... I took the NCLEX 7 times and failed... i used Kaplan and Hurst... But i felt there was something missing. So on my 8th time, i decided to use Rachell Allen because it was famous in my country. Right at the first day, I felt the difference. In this review, they not only teach you, they coach. I found that the most important thing about the nclex is how you approach it. The information is important, yes, but your attitude towards it weighs more in my experience. They will teach you techniques to learn fast, asnwer fast, absorb the massive info and enjoy while doing it. I graduated 2007 and after 8 years finally with the help o Rachell Allen, i got it. hehe, stopped at 75 too, which was kinda impossible for me a few months back. The thing that made the difference for me is, the ana-physio (origin of stuff), and the positive attitude they put into you. I apologize for making this long... I'm just so happy and feel like i owe them a lot to the point that i need to spread news about them.

Where can I contact Rachell Allen review? I am in new jersey. Thanks