MEDS Publishing's new NCLEX-RN Exam Essentials Review Online Offers Self-Paced Studying, Over 30 Hours of Voice-Assisted Tutorials
December 07, 2005 (PRLEAP.COM) Education News23 years of NCLEX* Live Review experience is now available in a convenient online format. With MEDSí new NCLEX-RN Exam Essentials Review Online students can now benefit from 30 hours of voice-assistance and personal knowledge from MEDS 5-Star Live Review Educators, recruited for being the best of the best nursing teachers nationwide.
Covering all essential NCLEX content, MEDSí online review offers features you wonít find anywhere else, including educatorsí voice-assisted tutorials, a talking glossary, cutting-edge graphics, and detailed rationales using Test Question Logic (TQLogic®). This easy-to-use review increases studentsí nursing knowledge and provides them with plenty of practice using the newest NCLEX Exam Test Plan. MEDS NCLEX-RN Exam Essentials Review Online also helps students develop critical thinking abilities, and increases pass rates, all while saving time in the classroom.
The NCLEX-RN Exam Essentials Review Online has 5 modules packed with 90 questions and answers. These modules cover all major nursing topics, including the four clinical areas: medical surgical nursing, psychiatric nursing, womenís health nursing, pediatric nursing, and nursing management. And with MEDSí TrackerPlus® Online Management System, student progress can be closely followed for maximum accountability.
MEDS Publishing provides quality, cutting-edge technology to the nursing field with an extensive line of learning tools for todayís nursing students and nurse educators. MEDS helps students garner critical thinking skills they need to succeed on the NCLEX and beyond. MEDS has assisted hundreds of thousands of nursing students achieve NCLEX licensure and embark with a successful start to their nursing career. To learn more about MEDS Publishing, visit www.medspub.com or call 800.200.9191.
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