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Testimonials

Annetta, 2024

Annetta, 2024

Week 1 My story is that I graduated nursing school in April 2023. I was doing pretty decent in school. The only stress factors that I really had was going through my mom‘s whole treatment process when she was dealing with her illnesses and quite honestly I was in a...

Abby, 2023

Abby, 2023

Week 1 I have taken the NCLEX twice now and have come up short both times. The first time I took the test was 5 days after I had emergency surgery. At the time I didn’t think I should reschedule but looking back that might have been a smart idea. I didn’t do enough...

Christine (Wisty), 2023

Week 1 I graduated in 12/22. I worked full time during Nursing School and am the sole provider in my home. My son, and only support system was in his junior year of a BS in Kinesiology/Sports Medicine. Between the 100 hour weeks, caring for my mother in a nursing home...

Kylee, 2023

Kylee, 2023

Week 1 I graduated in May of 2023. After passing nursing school, I was terrified of taking the NCLEX. I had a lot of fear that I wouldn't pass. I took it for the first time in June and I failed. Then, I took it again in September and failed again. After failing it the...

Makisha, 2023

Makisha, 2023

Week 1 I graduated in 2020. I had some things happen that had to be taken care of with my license before I could test. I got them taken care of after 2 1/2 years. I took my NCLEX February of this year and failed. I was not prepared. I was all over the place studying....

Amrita, 2023

Amrita, 2023

Week 1 I studied for almost 2 months for the NCLEX, primarily using Uworld. Initially, I was scoring only 62% on everything I did. Perhaps I did not fully understand the material at the time. However, I noticed an improvement, and now I am scoring 70% or higher. This...

Melissa, 2023

Melissa, 2023

Week 1 I am a 2021 Graduate. I have taken the NCLEX three times. During school, I worked on the days I didn't have school and in the mornings or afternoons to support my two children. I started school in June of 2018 (pre-Covid), and finished in April 2021...

Dasani, 2023

Dasani, 2023

Week 1 I believe the reason why I keep failing the NCLEX is because I never really sat down and had the structure on what to study I believe my studying was all over the place & the information wasn’t sticking. I was studying and easily distracted by other things....

Lisa, 2023

Lisa, 2023

Week 1 The first time I took the NCLEX they rushed us to take it. Told us we don't need any kind of outside source, which was a huge lie. After failing the 1st time, I took 6 months to study using Archer, Kaplan, simple nursing, and many others. That test affected me...

Lauren, 2023

Lauren, 2023

Week 1 My name is Lauren and I graduated from The Christ college of nursing in 2014 and I’ve taken the NCLEX 3 times. When I first failed after graduation, I remember thinking “yeah I knew that was coming.” And then I tried again and failed again. Then for some reason...

Tabitha, 2023

Tabitha, 2023

Week 1 My name is Tabitha, I graduated from a private college in September 2022. In the beginning of 2022, I became a single mom which affected me financially and mentally. I feel like I didn’t give my all in my last quarter. I was on edge the entire quarter trying to...

Desiree, 2023

Desiree, 2023

Week 1 My name is Desiree. I graduated from Gateway in 2021. We learned a lot online because of Covid. I have struggled with taking tests all my life in school and with nursing tests. I have taken the nursing board five times and felt nothing but a failure to life and...

Samantha, 2023

Samantha, 2023

Week 1 My name is Samantha, I graduated in September of 2022 from a private college. I have taken the NCLEX 2 times, and I felt discouraged each time. Coming into this class is pretty nerve racking because I honestly don't know what else to do. I sort of feel like...

Alexandria, 2023

Alexandria, 2023

Week 1 My name is Alex; it has been almost 4 years since I graduated and have taken my NCLEX 8 times. I feel great coming to class, helps keep me focused for a prolonged period of time during a busy life and helps me be selfish and put time into my studies which I...

Amanda, 2023

Amanda, 2023

Week 1 My name is Amanda, I graduated from UC in 2021. I have taken the NCLEX 5 times. The first day coming into this class I was very anxious. There were points in time I felt an anxiety attack coming at times. I have enjoyed coming into class. I love sitting...

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