Death and taxes - that's it. Those are the only two things that are guaranteed in life. All other guarantees are worthless.
Your vacuum that's guaranteed for life, will most definitely pack it in. Your rain gear that's supposed to last through a dozen hurricanes will start to feel the effects of time in a year or so. People say Taylor Swift is guaranteed to die a spinster, but even the shaky one could find love…eventually.
The moral: Nothing is guaranteed. So when an NCLEX prep program guarantees you will pass the National Nursing Exam, they're not being completely honest. That's why PRIMED Education never makes that empty promise.
PRIMED offers one of the best NCLEX prep courses in the country, preparing nurses for the exam that will allow them to enter their chosen field. The course material covers all of the fundamental concepts, with an intensive review session. Students are exposed to a sampling of NCLEX-RN style questions so there are no surprise exam elements. The course also reinforces the core competencies that define the nursing profession.
It is the ideal package of resource material, review questions and computer adaptive assessment.
But does it guarantee a pass on the NCLEX? No.
The PRIMED course is the last instrument in a work belt laden with tools. Those tools were acquired over four years of nursing school. They cannot be retrieved from a 2-day course, no matter the intensity.
Students who have not put in the work and effort will fall short. This is a fact. But, students who are looking to refine their existing skills, while practicing NCLEX assessment-like questions, will improve their chances of securing a pass on the exam. And every advantage helps…
If you are considering enrolling in a prep course that guarantees a pass, think twice about what they are offering. How could an educator ever guarantee that their student had retained the necessary information to succeed? They can provide the information, explain the techniques and demonstrate the skills, but if the student does not prepare properly for their assessment, they will never succeed.
Don’t fall behind the curve. Improve your odds. Get PRIMED.