Mark Klimek NCLEX Review


Graduating from nursing school is not enough to work as a nurse in the United States: you must first be licensed by the state where you intend to practice. A requirement of that license is passage of the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX)


About the Review


The review:

  • Includes approximately 18 hours of lecture over a 3 day session
  • Includes two books: a Lecture Outline Review for taking notes during the Review class, and Mark's NCLEX Review Book of Questions and Answers
  • Designed for both the RN and LPN


About Mark Klimek

Associate Professor of Nursing at Cedarville University since 1983

Specialty Areas: Med-Surg/ICU and Psych Mental-Health Nursing


BSN University of Virginia

MSN Wayne State University

Doctoral Studies Wayne State University


Mark is an expert nurse and communicator who has been providing state board (NCLEX) Reviews for more than 25 years. He focuses on what is essential to know, is able to explain difficult concepts with clarity and creativity, and teaches strategies for test-taking.

About Trevor Mueller

Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA)

since 2010

Specialty Areas: Perioperative and Critical Care Nursing


BSN Cedarville University

MSN University of Cincinnati


Trevor Mueller studied under Mark’s direction as an undergraduate student and prepared for the NCLEX by taking his board review course. Prior to graduate study in anesthesiology, Trevor worked as a nurse in the Cardiothoracic and Surgical ICU. In addition, he teaches  fundamentals of anesthesiology, airway management, and ultrasound guidance.