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)
The review does not include a guarantee that you'll pass the exam. However, the review does come with unlimited refresh sessions. Once you have paid in full and attended your first review, you are able to take the review again at no cost. See complete details in the Terms & Policy page.
About the Review
Includes approximately 21 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
See the the register page for complete details about upcoming reviews.
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 30 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)
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.
Specialty Areas: Med-Surg, Critical Care, and Homecare Nursing
BSN Eastern Kentucky University
MSN University of Cincinnati
DNP in Organizational Leadership
As a Clinical Nurse Specialist for Critical Care, Tim was responsible for the orientation of new nurses into critical care, as well as providing continuing education for experienced nurses. Additionally, he has presented all day lectures for the American Healthcare Institute. The last twelve years, Tim has been a Dean of Nursing at two different nursing programs and taught courses in both AASN and BSN programs.
The role that best defines Tim's passion for nursing education is tutoring and mentoring new nurses.
About Pete Savard
Specialty Areas: ER, Critical Care, Leadership, Disaster, & Mobile Healthcare
BSN, Cedarville College
MS, Wright State University
Air Command and Staff College, USAF,
DNP Wright State University
Pete also studied under Mark as an undergraduate and prepared for the NCLEX taking his board review course! He has worked in a variety of critical care, leadership, austere environment, and disaster/forensic roles. He teaches and provides direct clinical oversight to senior nursing students in complex care as well as their senior transitional clinical.
Pete is an expert nurse in critical care and resuscitation for over 12 years as well as providing NCLEX Reviews for 3 years.