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MedcareerUSA offers multi-approach guidance for National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-RN).

NCLEX-RN is a standardized assessment examination conducted by each state to assess whether the skills & abilities of the aspirant is at par with the regulatory measures and nursing practice standard followed in the USA.

Our aspirants have successfully observed high passing score (approximately 2X of that of national average) in the recent past.

For a better learning we use a various teaching aids/methods which include-

  • One-on-on Interaction
  • Group Discussions
  • Case Study & Presentations
  • Live Webinars by highly Experienced Professionals
  • Prepare you for the cultural changes you will experience as you arrive in the U.STextbooks, Easy to Study Modules
  • Question Banks
  • ……….And much more

Clinical Prep Module

This module includes clinical training for the internationally qualified aspirant to bridge the gap between nursing practice internationally and in USA.

With our Clinical Prep Module, international aspirants gets molded in such a way that they are well prepared to achieve their dream of working as a nurse well before they land in USA.

This module includes-

  • Live Webinars by highly Experienced Professionals
  • Clinical case scenarios
  • Role Play method
  • One-to-one Interaction
  • Timely follow-up & updates to help you achieve your goal

Computerized Adaptive Training (CAT)

Computerized Adaptive Training (CAT) is an advanced form of skill assessment which adapts to the ability of the candidate. Hence, it is also known as ‘tailored testing’.

In this type of assessment system the next set of question is based on the answer responded in the most recent section.

Example, if a candidate responds correctly to the intermediate level question, then the next question presented to the candidate will be of the higher level.

Similarly, if a candidate is unable to answer the basic low level question, then the next question presented will be an easy question.

This is continued till the test termination criterion is met.