Seniors: Mark Your Calendars for These NCLEX-RN Preparation Activities

Lunch and Learn: February 15, Noon, College Lounge

Brenda Beyer, MSN, RN, assistant professor and NCLEX-RN and testing specialist, will present on “Improving Your Testing Skills With Specific Strategies Designed to Prepare You to Perform at a High Level on the NCLEX-RN Examination.” Snacks and soda will be provided. Students must RSVP to Kathy Espy at kespy@mccn.edu or call (614) 234-5276. Students who attended in October are welcome to attend again as a refresher.

Live Three-Day ATI NCLEX Review

This review is mandatory and will help prepare you for your NCLEX-RN exam. It will be held:

  • March Graduates: March 1 - 3, from 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. in the College Lounge
  • May Graduates: May 3 - 5, from 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. in the Gym

Virtual ATI (VATI)

All graduates will have online access to VATI one month prior to their graduation date. The Virtual-ATI NCLEX review is an innovative, online partnership that provides a 12-week access to interactive online review resources to prepare nursing graduates for NCLEX success. The program is self-paced and can be completed at a pace that works for you. The review is guided by a Master’s-prepared nurse educator and is individualized to each graduate. This program directly aligns with the current NCLEX test plan and takes place in an online classroom that provides access to a variety of on-demand resources including online learning activities, NCLEX test-taking strategies, content-based case studies, concept maps, NCLEX subscale-specific quiz questions and alternate item format quiz questions -- all accessible by computer, tablet and mobile devices.

Graduates who complete the Virtual-ATI NCLEX Review with full engagement have historically shown to have a high NCLEX pass rate. Engagement is essential to the completion of the Virtual-ATI NCLEX Review and the goal is to achieve your "Green Light" for testing and to take the NCLEX within 3 weeks of achieving the green light. One recent graduate who used VATI and the Prioritization, Delegation and Assignment NCLEX Prep Book successfully passed NCLEX on the first attempt said this:

“I thought that the online virtual ATI was very helpful, assuming you do it correctly the way they ask and not rush through it. It took me about three weeks to complete It, but it was so worth it. I love that they customize remediation for each topic for you. I also strongly recommend that students use the prioritization, delegation and management book; it was very much like the NCLEX!”

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