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Nursing School and NCLEX®
Passing nursing school and the NCLEX is the first step in your nursing career. No one said the nursing school was going to be easy, but we’ve got you covered with tips and resources to improve your experience as a student nurse and pass the NCLEX with flying colors.
Has an instructor or nurse been really mean to you as a nursing student? Let’s go over a few reasons why nurses are so mean to nursing students.
If you’re in nursing school and want to get better at studying, let’s discuss tips for studying in nursing school.
If you’re in nursing school and want a side job to boost your resume AND provide quality experiences I’ve got some of the best jobs for nursing students.
In this article, we will explore the various pathways to becoming a registered nurse, as well as provide an overview of the length of time it takes to complete each type of program.
Do tests make you nervous? Let’s look at some test-taking strategies for nursing students that will help you perform better during exams.
Nursing is always one of the most popular career options. Finding the best nurse residency programs can be daunting. This post will help.
Nursing schools are notoriously tough. Looking to make nursing school easier? Here are four tips for studying in nursing school from an RN to help.
Learn how to stay on top of all your projects without losing your mind! These nursing school organization tips are amazing!
How do I become a nurse? Do you want to become a nurse? This is everything you need to know about school and the job – from an experienced nurse who’s been there.
Read and laugh along with me – a nurse – as I share the very real story of my first bed change. We’ve all been there, it’s so relatable!
Are trying to decide whether to go to nursing school? If you’ve ever wondered “why become a nurse” then read on – I share my entire story!
Worried about the math classes in nursing school? I’ve got the best and most effective math exam tips for you. Read them, learn them, use them. They will help you out! Math Exam Tips for Nursing School I hated nursing school math exams. I’m not the best at math, at all. I’ve never taken a […]
You’re finishing nursing school and gearing up to take the your NCLEX to become a registered nurse. You’re scared to fail and just want to do whatever you need to do. You’ve heard of some NCLEX reviews, with varying success, and don’t have a ton of money to spend to try them all. Every year there seems to be another option and it’s quite confusing. So, what are the best NCLEX reviews for 2018?
When to take the NCLEX after graduation Alright, so you’ve graduated nursing school and are trying to figure out when to take the NCLEX after graduation. Unfortunately, there isn’t an answer to this question that is right for everyone. However, there are certain things to consider as you make this important decision for yourself. You don’t […]
So, you’re getting ready to graduate nursing school and are looking around for some free and paid NCLEX® questionnaires. Let’s be real, everyone would like to try to get as many practice test questions as possible, which typically consists of checking out not one, but multiple free and paid NCLEX® question banks to maximize your dollar […]
So you’re a nurse or in nursing school, and you think you want to work in the operating room… or endoscopy… or the postanesthesia care unit… or interventional radiology. But, what are the important things to know before getting into this specialized field within nursing? What do perioperative nurses do, exactly?
Pharmacology is challenging in nursing school, but it doesn’t have to destroy your life, soul, and all that you hold dear. If you take a few steps in organizing yourself before you tackle this class, it will make it easier to learn and recall later down the line. Pharmacology tips – just for nursing […]
Preparing for the NCLEX is a daunting task. I took the NCLEX back in 2010 and passed in 75 questions in 1 hr and 20 minutes. I’m not a great test-taker and wasn’t a 4.0 student. I did, however, do what I outline in this post. I wanted to share my thoughts with you in […]
Nursing as a second career does not come without its own set of challenges. But life experiences add wisdom and value for second career nurses.