NCLEX Exam Review
10 AM – 2:15 PM (There is a 15-minute break at noon).
A) Assessment of Your Patient; What It Means & What To Look For
B) How To Maximize Your Chances of Successfully Passing the NCLEX
C) Case Scenarios
D) Question & Answer Period
Mrs. Derk has been a Registered Nurse for the past 40 years and has done everything from Staff R.N. to Critical Care Nurse Clinician, Emergency Department Manager, Director of Nursing, and taught Nursing Theory in a School of Nursing. She is currently a practicing R.N., has a second position as the Nurse Educator for a local hospital, and is both a nationally board-certified Emergency R.N. (CEN), and holds a State of California Adult Learner’s Teaching Credential.
Sign up and pay for the class on the website no later than 24 hours before the start of class.
Masks will be required, and social distancing will be enforced.
No nursing uniforms or scrubs, no nursing shoes allowed in our Theatre.
No food shall be permitted in our Theatre.
Non-alcoholic beverages are acceptable in either original container with a screw-on cap, or in a container with a cap.
No videotaping or recording shall be permitted.
Students shall treat each other and the Instructor with courtesy and respect.
The class will begin on time. Late arrivals are not permitted as they are disruptive to the other participants.
No accompanying children, adults, or animals shall be permitted.
No guarantee can be made that you will pass the NCLEX as a result of taking this course; however, every effort will be made to help you identify your weakest areas and better prepare you for taking the exam.