Pass the NCLEX the first time!
- School group rates available
- Cost includes books, testing materials, and CDs
- Review includes integration of Disease Pathology, Pharmacology, Laboratory Tests, & Clinical management.
- Review follows the NCLEX Test Plan including practice testing, simulated testing and predictor testing, as well as audio simulation review.
Our NCLEX review seminars are held every month in Colton, California. The passing rate of those who successfully complete the NCLEX review is over 95%. There is no need to take the chance of not passing the first time you take the test. Our extensive review will thoroughly prepare you to pass the NCLEX.
It is our goal for you to pass the test. If you attend the first session and feel that you are not ready to take the test, you are welcome to come back and attend the following reviews until you are ready. With simulation testing, and prep tests, Dr. Domingo ensures a higher probability of passing.
If the dates or times scheduled do not fit your schedule, please fill out the contact form and suggest times that you are available. We will do our best to accommodate you.
NCLEX Review Schedule for 2013/2014
SESSIONS ONGOING AS SCHEDULED
REGISTER NOW TO SAVE YOUR SEAT:
NCLEX-RN Full Seminar Fee $525.00
NCLEX-PN (LVN) Full Seminar Fee $425.00
NCLEX-RN Partial Pay: Non-Refundable Registration Fee $115.00 (to reserve your seat), Balance of $410 is due before the end of the Seminar.
NCLEX-PN (LVN) Partial Pay: Non-Refundable Registration Fee $115.00 (to reserve your seat), Balance of $310 is due before the end of the Seminar.
Satellite NCLEX Review Courses
HSIC is proud to deliver NCLEX review courses to a number of satallite locations outside of the normal Colton, CA campus. Review courses are scheduled as needed in Los Angeles, and Palm Springs, CA. If you are interested in having an HSIC trained professional perform an NCLEX satellite review in Los Angeles or Palm Springs, please contact us.
What is NCLEX?
NCLEX is an exam required to get licensed and legally practice as a nurse in the United States. NCLEX is an acronym that stands for National Council Licensure Examination. After successful completion of the appropriate nursing school, a prospective nurse must pass one of two versions of the NCLEX in order to obtain a license to practice. The NCLEX-RN is required to become a Registered Nurse (RN) and the NCLEX-PN is required to practice as a Practical Nurse (LPN or LVN)
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