Here are a collection of our NCLEX exam review material for nursing students who plan on taking the NCLEX-RN or NCLEX-PN exam. This page was designed so you can easily find all of our NCLEX review lectures, quizzes, and notes. Be sure to save this page so you can easily come back and gain access to the new material (this page will be updated frequently as more content is added).
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The NCLEX exam is a licensing exam nurse graduates must pass order to work as a licensed nurse. Students who want to become a registered nurse must pass the NCLEX-RN exam, and students who want to become licensed practical nurses must pass the NCLEX-PN exam.
NCLEX Exam Reviews
Each category includes a lecture video, quiz, and notes. Simply click the link to each category and select which topic you would like to learn about.
Fluids and Electrolytes: All our NCLEX material on fluids and electrolyte imbalances that contains NCLEX questions and review notes.
Musculoskeletal: This includes NCLEX material about the musculoskeletal system regarding diseases, nursing interventions, and review quizzes.
Neuro: This includes NCLEX material about the neuro system regarding diseases, nursing interventions, and review quizzes.
Gastrointestinal: This includes NCLEX material about the GI system regarding diseases, nursing interventions, and review quizzes.
Renal: This includes NCLEX material about the renal system regarding diseases, nursing interventions, and review quizzes.
This section will give you an in-depth review on how to answer NCLEX style practice question with rationales. Every week I will be going over NCLEX practice questions, so always stay tuned.
Respiratory: This includes NCLEX material about the respiratory system regarding diseases, nursing interventions, and review quizzes.
Nursing fundamentals: This section includes NCLEX review notes and quizzes for nursing fundamentals.
Acid-Base Imbalances: Includes acid-base imbalances such as respiratory alkalosis/acidosis and metabolic alkalosis/acidosis, along with NCLEX questions and review notes.
This section covers the nursing head-to-toe nursing assessment and more.
Endocrine: View all our NCLEX material about endocrine disorders which includes (but not limited to) everything you need to know about Diabetes, Addison’s, Cushing’s, and SIADH etc, along with NCLEX questions and review notes.
Hematology: View all our NCLEX material about blood disorders which includes quizzes and notes.
Arterial Blood Gas Analysis: Learn how to solve ABG problems with the Tic Tac Toe method and about metabolic and respiratory imbalances, along with NCLEX quizzes and review notes.
EKG Interpretation: Learn how to interpret various rhythms such as atrial fibrillation, atrial flutter, heart blocks, right bundle branch blocks etc., along with a correlating quiz.
Anatomy & Physiology: A collection of our A & P reviews of the bones, cell structure, cranial nerves, skin etc. which includes quizzes and review notes.
Cardiovascular Nursing: NCLEX review about cardiac disorders which includes nursing interventions, quizzes, and review notes.
Maternity Nursing: NCLEX review about how to care for the pregnant patient and the newborn with NCLEX questions and review notes.
Dosage & Calculations: Video tutorials on how to solve drugs calculation problems you will encounter in nursing school and on the NCLEX exam. Each tutorial includes a quiz.
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