This intensive NCLEX exam preparation is for nurses who are preparing to write the NCLEX national exam for Registered Nurses (RN). The new generation NCLEX will be launched as of April 2023 with an increased emphasis on critical thinking and clinical judgement abilities. To test these abilities, fifteen types of new test questions have been added. This interactive two-hour preparatory webinar will review the new NCLEX design, identify key studying and test taking strategies and provide practice with the multiple types of test questions.
The webinar will guide RN candidates through the NCLEX test plan, computer adaptive testing and discuss how the NCLEX exam is scored to determine pass/fail. Special emphasis will be placed upon study techniques and strategies for and practice with answering new and problematic test questions. The NCLEX boot camp is designed to enhance RN candidates abilities to understand and correctly answer test questions.
The webinar will be delivered online via video conference utilizing the moodle platform. Late afternoon and early evening sessions available. Each webinar is two (2) hours in length and is strategically scheduled to support RN candidates who will be writing the new NCLEX as of April 1, 2023 and beyond.
$150.00 CAD, plus GST
(Please note: All Faculty of Health, Professional Studies course fees are non-refundable/non-transferrable.)
How to Register
Registration is completed via Elevate. The course to search is PNUR 9199.
Learners are encouraged to register early as the course will not run if enrolment is low. Registration closes two weeks before the start of the webinar.
Current Course Schedule
Current course schedules are available on Elevate by searching for PNUR 9199 and on our homepage under "Upcoming Courses".
Text books/Course Materials
Internet access required. Wi-Fi technology not recommended for quiz/tests. Online course modality may not be fully functional when utilizing iPads &/or android devices.
Please contact our office at 604.599.2232 or email
Please note: Applicants intending to register for Consolidated Clinical (PNUR 9130) are required to show proof of English proficiency. Please see the Consolidated Clinical website for full details.