A nursing career is just as rewarding as it is demanding. By the time students graduate university, they have already proven they’ve got what it takes. Passing the NCLEX is daunting and stressful, but it really is no more than a small step in the direction of a dream career. Whether or not they have associates or bachelors degrees, registered nurses have more guaranteed work than most careers. Additionally, the earning potential of a career in nursing puts it in the top tier of high paying jobs. You have already gotten this far, so let us soothe your stresses via an NCLEX tutor. With our customized approach to NCLEX prep, we will make that step between graduation and a dream career a little bit smaller. With our NCLEX tutoring, we make NCLEX prep as easy as it can be because we believe that nothing should stand in the way of you changing the world!

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    The NCLEX, short for the National Council Licensure Examination, is a computer-based test that is required for licensing all prospective nurses. All candidates for the NCLEX must have have completing either a two year degree or a four year degree. The difficulty of the questions increase or decrease depending on previous answers. If proficiency in nursing is not proven, the test will end. It must be retaken at a later date. The test is based on probability and requires a 0.00 to pass, meaning that a 50% is passing. It costs $200 to take and is allowed to be taken up to eight times in year, mandating that the students wait forty-five days between attempts. With our customized approach to NCLEX prep and NCLEX tutoring, we match you with tutors who have scored in the top 10% so that you can be as confident and self assured as you possibly can in front of that computer.

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    The NCLEX is a non-biased critical thinking questionnaire that implores candidates to utilize all of their nursing aptitude to solve pertinent medical questions. Some questions, for example, demand that prospective nurses understand generic names for medications as well as their uses and solve a medical dilemma with that knowledge. The candidates are alloted five hours to complete up to 265 questions. The test will end if an exorbitant number is missed before that. In order to take the test, candidates must apply with the Board of Nurses for their license and pay the company Pearson, which administers the test.

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    By assigning you a private NCLEX tutor, we will help you sharpen your vast array of medical knowledge so that you can deduce the right answer in any medical scenario. We know the NCLEX and we will hone in on the natural abilities you have already shown to ensure that you succeed on the NCLEX.

    Additionally, we provide a free NCLEX practice test to every student who hires one of our tutors for at least one hour. So go ahead and let us help you succeed. Sign up today!

Success Stories
Hi, I recently used this program for the NCLEX and passed!! I had previously experienced a ton of difficulty overcoming this test, and I knew that this time around I needed to do something different. I utilized this tutoring service and it was probably the best decision I made. My tutor, Aaron, was incredibly helpful and patient, flexible with time, and directed lessons to fit my needs. Each lesson felt personalized as he focused on my weak points. We set realistic goals for the week, and continued to alter the study schedule if needed. Customer service was also great, as responses were prompt and direct. I'd recommend this service to anyone, and would likely use it again if I decide to upgrade in the future! Thanks!!
Kiran R. NCLEX

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NCLEX Study Packages

Free NCLEX Practice Questions Book

We think it’s crucial that students who are preparing for the NCLEX-PN and the NCLEX-RN practice on test questions. We include Mometrix’s 3  NCLEX RN Practice Tests or Mometrix’s 3  NCLEX PN Practice Tests book with every NCLEX study package. It includes real practice questions and crucial NCLEX preparation information.

Customized Study Plan

We know that every student is on a different page. Your NCLEX tutor will create a study plan that is tailored to your needs.

Top Scoring NCLEX Tutors

Our NCLEX tutors score within the 96th percentile or above on the exam. In addition to top scores, we vet each NCLEX tutor to make sure he or she has a digestible didactic method.

Free Introductory Hour

We add a Free Introductory Hour to every package, so students can meet their tutor and develop a customized study plan before beginning their paid package hours. 

Payment Plans

We offer multiple extended payment options. Contact us to find out which installment plan suits your budget.

Customized Scheduling

Use your study hours as best suits your needs. Some students meet with a tutor daily, while others space it out to weekly meetings.

We begin our NCLEX tutor process by learning about our students. We ask our clients important questions to ascertain their learning style, their strengths, and their weaknesses. We strive for the utmost efficacy and we believe that getting to know the students is the only way to help them achieve their goals. Studies have shown that the best tutoring is the tutoring that is the most tailored to the student. We aim for thorough and effective NCLEX tutoring. Some of the information we seek includes:

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    When did you begin preparing for the NCLEX?
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    How did you prepare for the NCLEX?
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    Have you taken an official NCLEX test before?
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    Have you taken an NCLEX practice test?
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    What was your score on each section?
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    Do you struggle with specific content on the test?
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    Do you struggle with test-taking strategies?
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    What days and times are you available to meet with a tutor?
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    How soon would you like to start working with a tutor?
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    Do you prefer in-person or online tutoring?

Tutor the People believes in an evidence-based approach. Much like the Nightingale Pledge, we strive to “raise the standards and the prestige” of NCLEX tutoring. We have found that the best tutors are the ones who get to know their students. We excel in getting to know the student’s individual learning style, their strengths and weaknesses in academia, and their unique personalities. Then we match them with an NCLEX tutor who is best suited for the job at hand. Our individual and highly personalized approach has a proven success. We believe it will work for you too. Let us be your go-to for NCLEX preparation

The NCLEX is required for the licensing of all nurses- whether they are BSN’s or RN’s. It must be completed upon graduation to begin any nursing career. It is unlike typical university tests as it is comparative, meaning the questions ask the test-takers to compare different nursing approaches and choose the best one. The test uses probability to determine what question to ask next. The computer is programmed to ask questions that the student has a 50% chance of correctly answering. When a student answers one standardized question correctly, the difficulty increases. If they answer it incorrectly, the difficulty decreases. Graduates will sit at a testing center and complete questions that test their medical knowledge to a set standard. This is known as the computerized adaptive testing module. It is multiple choice for the most part, but more similar to other types of medical testing like the MCAT than standardized testing like the SAT. One of the biggest challenges recent graduates face with their NCLEX preparation is the lack of understanding of the format. At Tutor the People, we understand computerized adaptive testing like the back of our hands and we match you with a tutor who has already excelled in the NCLEX, to guide you through any challenges that could arise.

The Total Score
  • Management and Care
    makes up 17-23% of the test
  • Safety and Infection Control
    makes up 9-15% of the test
  • Health Promotion and Maintenance
    makes up 6-12% of the test
  • Psychosocial Integrity
    makes up 6-12% of the test
  • Basic Care and Comfort
    makes up 6-12% of the test
  • Pharmacological and Parenteral Therapies
    make up 12-18% of the test
  • Reduction of Risk Potential
    makes up 9-15% of the test
  • Physiological Adaptation
    making up 11-17% of the test
The test can include up to 265 questions, but will end if enough questions are missed. The passing standard is 0.00 and is in terms of probability, meaning that candidates must prove a 50 percent proficiency.

Preparing for a career defining licensing exam is stressful, to say the least. Students tend to put so much pressure on themselves to pass that they don’t notice how much pressure they are already under just to sustain prolonged studying. This is why self care during study time is vital. Studying and all the assorted NCLEX preparation a student must do is like an alternate dimension. Students can get mentally exhausted and feel a bit out of touch with reality and unlike themselves as the hours and days of studying drone on. Our advice with NCLEX preparation is to come back to earth and take a break, call a friend, watch some television. Self-care is incredibly important for success. Have a protein-rich snack to improve focus and memory. Get some exercise and revitalize your body. Contrary to popular belief, frequent breaks greatly improve work ethic. If you don’t do it for you, do it for the NCLEX and your dream career. Tutor the People is there for you in those grueling study sessions. We know how to succeed on the NCLEX, our tutors already have. Meeting with an NCLEX tutor is not the grueling and laborious study session that students fear. We know what to study. We know how to study. We match you with people you enjoy spending time with. We can do it together!

More Info & Resources

NCLEX Test Dates

NCLEX test dates vary depending on the state in which you live, but the majority of students test around 45 days after they graduate. Your NCLEX test date may vary based on the length of your ATT when you submit the applications and fees, or job requirements. Each state determines the requirements for nurses in that respective state. Make sure to familiarize yourself with the rules in your state.

2022 NCLEX RN Exam Pass Rates from NCSBN


2022 NCLEX PN Exam Pass Rates from NCSBN


Once you pass the NCLEX, the next step is to “go confidently in the direction of your dreams” as Theroux would say. There are endless possibilities for a career in nursing. The top three highest-earning careers for RNs are Nurse Anesthetist, Chief Nursing Officer, and Nurse midwife. The median annual income of each exceeds 50k per year! BSN Nurses have an even higher earning potential with Surgical Nurses, Pediatric Nurses, and ICU nurses having the highest earning potential, respectively. Regardless of whether or not any of these career options are interesting, a license in nursing can take people any direction they choose. Nursing is the most rewarding, fulfilling, and versatile career out there. There is always a demand for nurses. With Tutor the People, we can ease the transition from graduation to a career in nursing with our customized NCLEX tutoring approach. We have a proven success rate and we can help you achieve your dream job!

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