About AJ Nursing Review Center
AJ Nursing Review center provides personalized study and review to help you prepare for and pass your NCLEX-Next Gen & FNP Exams. The review courses cover the NCLEX-Next Gen & FNP Test plan structure, Strategies for answering NCLEX-Next Gen & FNP questions, types of test items, and how to prepare for the exam. Our online tutorials help guide students to understand common NCLEX-Next Gen & FNP mistakes and pitfalls, as well as how to critically think in the mindset of the exam. Additionally, students are given sample NCLEX-Next Gen & FNP style questions for practice.
Classes are taught by nurse educators with over 12 years of teaching and preparing RN’s for board exams. The review course focuses on concepts and processes fundamental to the practice of nursing and these are integrated throughout the tutorials. Tutorial questions will highlight:
- Nursing Process
- Therapeutic Communications
- Application of Content
- Analysis of Content
Why Choose AJ Nursing Review Center
Additional Resources to help you prep.
Content Review organized by body systems for the FNP exam and by content area for the NCLEX-RN exam.
Content for the FNP Exam includes: Geriatric, Pediatric, Pharmacology, Reductive Health, Systems Review, Professional Issues.
Content for the NCLEX-RN Exam includes: Safety & Infection control, Pharmacology, Management of care, Physiological Adaptation, Risk Reduction, Delegation, Prioritization, Mental Health, Health Promotion, Health Promotion, Basic Care & Comfort.
Practice question types for the New NCLEX-Next Gen Exam.
Practice Question & Answers.
Streaming online videos of lectures.
Downloadable printable course content to guide your study.
Access to all course content, lectures, and materials for 3 months.
Dissection & Analysis of Questions.
We prepare you to pass your NCLEX-Next Gen & FNP Exams
Registered Nursing Review Explanation
The job of a registered nurse (RN) is to work to promote health, prevent disease, and help patients cope with illness. They are advocates and health educators for patients, families, and communities. When providing direct patient care, they observe, assess, and record symptoms, reactions, and progress in patients; assist physicians during surgeries, treatments, and examinations; administer medications; and assist in convalescence and rehabilitation.
This review program aligns with the NCLEX-RN test plan developed by the National Council of State Board of Nursing (NCSB) and supports students from varied backgrounds by relating test-taking strategies to concepts and knowledge previously acquired in nursing school. Students are provided with opportunities to develop and enhance their critical thinking skills to ensure exam success. This review program takes the difficult nursing content and breaks it down into core concepts that are easy to understand. It also includes specific test-taking strategies and practice questions. Nursing concepts and processes integrated into the review program include; the Nursing process, Caring, Communication and documentation, Patient teaching and Learning.
Congratulations on having completed your graduate nursing program!
As an NP, your learning is a life-long process which is now just beginning with obtaining your certification. After completing a rigorous graduate program, your days of study are not yet over but continue with a new focus. You need to continue to develop, expand and refine your NP knowledge base to assure success with certification. It is important that you begin by reviewing the information on the exam content. Make a list of the areas where you feel your knowledge base is secure and where just reviewing material to refresh your memory will likely suffice.
Aligned with the emphasis on patient care, this review program was designed to reflect and focus on the following areas:
- Why a patient is at risk for a problem.
- How a clinical problem has developed.
- What is the most likely clinical presentation of the condition?
- Why a given intervention is effective.
- How that intervention works.
- What is the most likely clinical outcome?
- Why this clinical problem is of significance to the overall healthcare system.
Studying Hard vs. Studying Smart!
In this fast-paced and busy world that we live in, who has all the time to sit and absorb so much information…in a short time? So why not come up with more efficient and effective ways to study. Instead of focusing on retaining quantity of information, you should be focusing on improving the quality of your thought process. Thinking like a nurse is thinking through content, situations, and possible solutions to a problem. Value is not only placed on how much you know, but even more on: if you know where to get information, identify the most accurate information, and what you can do with the information. Hopefully, the table below will help you strategize how to get through nursing school with better retention of information, quality thought processes, and better chances of passing your NCLEX.