NCLEX-RN Canada:

Aspiring nurses that are looking forward to become a registered nurse (RN) can get admission in the Modern Tech Nursing Review center to pass their NCLEX exams in the first attempt. Whether the nurses previously qualified with an associate degree or a bachelor’s degree – both are required to pass RN exam to become a registered nurse.  The registered nurse license is the most important credential that a nurse requires to pursue the career further.

We at Modern Tech Review center provides nursing review with flexible scheduling, proper timings, affordability, lectures, practical demonstration of the relevant examinations and direct interview with the director of our review center Priya Basil. The RN examination training program is designed by our dedicated director to enable the nurses to pass the exams in the first attempt. If you’re looking for a comprehensive NCLEX review course in Canada, follow Priya Basil’s rigorous NCLEX study plan.

From the application process to the application to attempting the examination, we are here to help you with every step of the RN examination. The RN examination consists of several tough steps. Yet, modern tech nursing review center is here to provide a theory nursing that includes all the topics such as care, comfort, pharmacological therapies, physiological adaptation and reduction of risk potential. We tend to make sure that our nursing students perform well in their practising career.

Modern tech nursing review center makes sure that the nurses choose the best path to follow and prepares them for the license examination to become an RN. In our program for the preparation of RN review, we provide rewarding training to pass the RN examination. We analyze the potential of the student and then offer the weekly model practising session for them. We also offer the exam format and introduce it to the students. Following is the breakdown of the questions of the RN examination.

How are the questions distributed?

The most common approach to the questions of RN examination is the specific topics that were studied at the university. The percentage breakdown of the questions in the test, or you can say the expected questions can be in the following percentages:

  • Pharmacological therapies: 15%
  • Safety and infection control: 12%
  • Risk potential reduction: 12%
  • Physiological adaptation: 14%
  • Health promotion and maintenance: 9%
  • Care management: 20%
  • Psychological integrity: 9%
  • Care and comfort: 9%

Program overview:

The Modern tech Nursing NCLEX review, Priya Basil designed RN Preparation Program, and it has been designed for Canadian nursing graduates and also for the international nurses who wish to become a Canadian Registered Nurse (RN). Following the completion of this preparation program, students will be prepared to take the NCLEX-RN examination for being a registered nurse. Modern Tech Nursing prepares more than 600 students nationwide every year.

Program Length: Approximately 1-2 months

Study Plan: 12 follow ups+24 class Lectures, which includes 6Mock exams and 1: 1 discussion with Priya Basil

Tuition Fees: Your Total Course fee will cover all three attempts. Some additional charges may be applicable.

Practising nurse in Canada:

To work as a Registered Nurse (RN) in Ontario today, you must obtain a nursing degree from an accredited university. Modern Tech prepares non-registered internationally educated nurse graduates who are either rejoining the nursing practice after an absence of a number of years or have obtained a diploma or degree in another country baccalaureate equivalent by the College of Nurses of Ontario.

This course is designed to assist the Canadian graduate nurse, who is eligible to write the Ontario Provincial Registration Examination in the skills of reading and responding to multiple-choice examination questions. Areas of weakness will be identified.

Preparing for Canadian registered nurses examination is usually a stressful experience. Years of study and hard work, it’s time for the ultimate test – the RN Registration Exam.  With everything on the line, it’s no wonder that many student nurses get themselves so stressed that they diminish their chances of passing.  You may be facing these fears for the first time – or maybe looking at having to repeat the exam – or may have been educated abroad and are new to the content and format of the Canadian exam. So it is very important to attend an excellent result oriented review class 100% results-oriented RN Examination review available from an experienced teacher.