NCLEX Prep - Live Online

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Begins Sep 23, 2019

NCLEX-RN Prep Live Online
Meets on Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu - Ends Oct 1, 2019

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Begins Oct 7, 2019

NCLEX-RN Prep Live Online
Meets on Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu - Ends Oct 15, 2019

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Begins Oct 12, 2019

NCLEX-RN Prep Live Online
Meets on Sat, Sun - Ends Oct 19, 2019

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Begins Oct 14, 2019

NCLEX-RN Prep Live Online
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Begins Oct 28, 2019

NCLEX-RN Prep Live Online
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Begins Nov 2, 2019

NCLEX-RN Prep Live Online
Meets on Sat, Sun - Ends Nov 9, 2019

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Studying for the NCLEX in Charlotte, NC

North Carolina has many top-ranked Nursing schools, including University of North Carolina at Charlotte School of Nursing and Cabarrus College of Health Sciences Louise Harkey School of Nursing in Concord, North Carolina. If you're looking for the best NCLEX® prep in Charlotte, you'll want to start here. We've compiled a list of local prep courses for the NCLEX, the top nursing schools in the Charlotte area, and popular NCLEX test centers in North Carolina.

The NCLEX is offered year-round as a computer-based test, and costs $200. If you are not able to find a suitable testing center in Charlotte, you can find other testing locations in North Carolina. Fridays and Saturdays often fill quickly at testing centers. The NCLEX-RN is pass/fail based on your ability to answer passing-level questions correctly. On test day, you will see anywhere from 75 to 265 questions and have up to 6 hours to complete the exam.

The National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX®), aka "The Boards," is designed to determine that you'll be a safe and effective nurse throughout your career. When you are eligible to take the NCLEX, you will receive an Authorization to Test (ATT) from Pearson Vue.

The NCLEX-RN® exam is pass/fail based on your ability to answer passing-level questions correctly. On Test Day, you will see anywhere from 75 to 265 questions and have up to 6 hours to complete the exam.

Nursing students who set their test date at least 3 months in advance tend to get the most out of their studying - it creates additional motivation to help you achieve a passing score. That timeframe is not possible for everyone, so there are always shorter study plans that can help you make the most out of the time you have. Once you've given some thought to your goals and available study time, schedule your NCLEX (and your prep) so that you have a clear target to work toward.

NCLEX TEST LOCATIONS NEAR CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA

One Town Square

828-684-8602

One Town Square Boulevard, Ste 350

Asheville, NC 28803-5007

Charlotte Park

704-523-2617

4601 Charlotte Park Dr, Ste 340

Charlotte, NC 28217

252-493-0345

1105-B Corporate Dr, Ste B

Greenville, NC 27858

 

CEI Building

919-782-2258

8024 Glenwood Ave, Ste 107

Raleigh, NC 27612

Market Street Central

910-763-8255

2709 Market St., Ste 206

Wilmington, NC 28405

Stratford Oaks

336-721-4803

514 South Stratford Road

Winston-Salem, NC 27104

Our Experts' Picks: Best Nursing Schools near CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA

College City State
University of North Carolina at Charlotte School of Nursing Charlotte North Carolina
Cabarrus College of Health Sciences Louise Harkey School of Nursing Concord North Carolina
University of South Carolina Upstate Mary Black School of Nursing Spartanburg South Carolina
Winston Salem State University School of Nursing Winston-Salem North Carolina
Wake Forest University Department of Health and Exercise Science Winston-Salem North Carolina
University of North Carolina at Greensboro School of Nursing Greensboro North Carolina
Appalachian State University School of Nursing Boone North Carolina
University of South Carolina College of Nursing Columbia South Carolina
Francis Marion University College of Liberal Arts: Department of Nursing Florence South Carolina
Fayetteville Technical Community College Fayetteville North Carolina
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Nursing Chapel Hill North Carolina
East Tennessee State University Johnson City Tennessee
Clemson University College of Nursing Clemson South Carolina
King College School of Nursing Bristol Tennessee
Duke University School of Nursing Durham North Carolina
Watts School of Nursing Durham North Carolina
North Carolina Central University School of Nursing Durham North Carolina
University of South Carolina Aiken School of Nursing Aiken South Carolina
Wake Technical Community College Health Sciences Department Raleigh North Carolina
Radford University School of Nursing Radford Virginia
Augusta State University Department of Nursing Augusta Georgia
Georgia Regents University College of Nursing Augusta Georgia
Bluefield State College School of Nursing & Allied Health Bluefield West Virginia
Jefferson College of Health Sciences Roanoke Virginia