NCLEX Simplified: Neurology, Senses, and GI
What you'll learn
- answer NCLEX questions about the GI system
- answer NCLEX questions about the senses
- answer NCLEX questions about neurology
- Basic nursing knowledge
NCLEX Simplified is a method that teaches in informational chunks that better prepare the test taker by instilling confidence over raw question strategy that is based on things like... the Decision Tree (ugh).
This course covers the Neurology, Senses, and Gastrointestinal sections in full detail. Learn about shingles and epistaxis, ulcerations and ostomies. The list goes on and on, but the info is actually short and sweet. In fact, that's the point of NCLEX Simplified. It's all the information you need and none of the stuff you don't!
This course is best paired with the other NCLEX Simplified lectures on this web site. By watching all of them (repeatedly if necessary) to absorb the information, you will go into your NCLEX well-prepared. For even more preparation, contact the author of this course, Lisa Chou, and ask what tutoring options are available.
Good luck and study hard!
Who this course is for:
- Nursing students
- Nurse graduates
- Anyone who needs to study for NCLEX
I am an RN, BSN, who graduated summa cum laude from Thomas Jefferson University in July 2012. It was then that I realized NCLEX wasn't really difficult- I just had never been taught how to tackle questions correctly! I decided to make it my mission to create a better method so that anyone can prepare themselves for NCLEX and pass on the first try.
Throughout the years, I have worked in medical/surgical, cardiac, PACU, psych, and pediatrics. I have also been teaching students through my company NCLEX Simplified for eight years- the result being literally HUNDREDS of new nurses in the field who wouldn't be there otherwise! This experience, combined with my encyclopedia-like knowledge, makes me the ideal person to help you in your NCLEX journey.
Look up NCLEX Simplified and you'll see that I've been building incredible resources for nursing students for a long time now. I even have a textbook that I revise every year to ensure it is the BEST of the best and that it is able to help anyone pass their NCLEX once and for all.