The Pharmacology Guide You’ve Been Waiting For!

This guide has three sections to help you be successful on NCLEX pharmacology.  Each section can assist you by itself, but together they can be an even more powerful tool to improve your grasp of common pharmacological concepts and drugs.  With them, you can synthesize knowledge in a way that can increase recognition and knowledge […]

Brain Foods That Can Help You Study for the NCLEX

Preparing for a long and difficult exam is often considered to be very similar to training for a marathon– endurance, stamina and preparation are critical to a successful outcome. Like the body, the brain needs to be provided with the right vitamins and nutrients to maximize the results of “training.” The NCLEX is a test […]

When Does One Become a Nurse?

Is it when you pass the NCLEX? When you graduate from nursing school? When you get that first license? Or when you start your first job?  When do you become a nurse? So technically it is when you graduate.  When you pass NCLEX and get licensed – that is when you can officially PRACTICE as […]

Happy Labor Day to all Nurses and Nurses-to-be!

Remember in this journey you are on this quote by Art Williams: “I’m not telling you its going to be easy.  I’m telling you it’s going to be worth it” Happy Labor Day!  Did you realize that the first Labor Day holiday was celebrated on Tuesday, September 5, 1882, in New York City.  It was created […]

Our 2013 Report on Top 10 Nurse Salaries

Who says you need to have a dual income? If you’re a Registered Nurse in certain states, you may be able to do with one salary. We at plowed through all the data to find you the best places. The study was conducted on the salaries of two types of nurses: Registered Nurses (RN) […]