- Billings, D.M., Hensel, D. (2016). Lippincott q & a review for NCLEX-RN (12th ed.). New York, NY: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins.
All nurses must pass the NCLEX-RN to obtain a nursing license as a registered nurse. The best way to prepare for your exam is to review all areas of study – from med-surg and maternal-child nursing, to psychiatric nursing – and practice.
Take our intensive NCLEX-RN Preparation Course, and you’ll receive one-on-one support from nationally known expert Maria Marconi, EdD, RN, MS, CNE, as you prepare for the rigorous exam.
The three-day course provides an overview of test-taking and study strategies as well as a review of each content area, mapped to the NCLEX test plan. At the end of the course, you will meet with the professor for recommendations for further areas of study.
Graduates of this course become more comfortable with the content and the exam itself, boosting their confidence.
The NCLEX-RN Preparation Course is offered twice a year. You may register at any time before the next session.
- individual attention from an expert instructor
- an overview of test-taking and study strategies
- a focused review of each content area
- use of NCLEX-type questions for all review
*UR School of Nursing graduates receive a $50 discount.
June, specific dates TBA
NCLEX review sessions are typically held twice a year. Students will attend a three-day in-class session at Helen Wood Hall, UR School of Nursing