Welcome to Class!

    1. Welcome to the NCLEX Review Course!

    1. Question Types & Safety

    2. Assistive Devices, Consent & Infection Control

    3. Fundamentals Summary

    4. Fundamentals Quiz

    1. Assignment, Delegation, Medical-Legal, & Management Concepts

    2. Management Concepts, Triage, Disaster Planning & Cultural Competent Care

    1. Basic Metabolic Panel, Potassium, Sodium, Magnesium, & Calcium

    2. Diabetes & Insulin

    3. BUN & Creatinine

    4. Hematology & The Renal System

    5. Hematology & The Specific Tests

    6. BMP & Diabetes - A Quick Review

    7. Cardiac Labs & Pathophysiology

    8. Angina, PAD, & PVD

    9. Hypertension, Heart Failure, & Shock

    10. Endocrine

    11. Gastroenterology

    12. Respiratory

    13. Acid Base Balance

    14. Trademark Signs & Classic Findings

    1. Anxiety, Bipolar, Delirium, & Antipsychotic Medications

    2. Therapeutic Communication, Schizophrenia, & Other Mood Disorders

    3. Alcohol & Drug Abuse

    4. Mental Health Quiz

About the Course

  • $300.00
  • 53 lessons
  • 14.5 hours of video content


  • How long do I have access to the course?

    You're in the driver's seat with this. At checkout, you will have the option to choose 3 or 6 months of access.

  • How and where can I access the course?

    You can complete the course from any device with internet (or data) access...PCs, tablets, smartphones!

  • After I purchase the course, when do I get access?

    Immediately! Upon purchase, you are automatically enrolled in the course and can start right away!

  • If I have a question that comes up while in the course, can I ask someone?

    Yep! We are known to respond very quickly to our emails! Just email your question to [email protected] and we will get your question answered!

  • I've been out of nursing school for several years, is it too late for me?

    Heck no! Our program has helped students after multiple unsuccessful attempts and several years out of nursing class. It is NOT to late, but know, the longer you are out of class, the harder it is to retain information. Our program can help, but YOU have to really want it!

The Team

Nursing Instructor/NCLEX Guru Nick Thomas

After finishing my MSN in education, I became an AHA (American Heart Association) BLS (Basic Life Support), ACLS (Advanced Cardiac Life Support), and PALS (Pediatric Advanced Life Support) certified instructor. I used these certifications to train thousands of student nurses, ED, OR, ICU, TCU, and critical care RNs to run codes. I worked 10 years in the ED of a 4-hospital system that employs more than 10,000 employees. Later, I was asked to collaborate and teach for the hospital's first EKG class launch. For the first 2 years of the EKG class, I taught nearly every RN that started at the hospital on a floor where there was telemetry. After nursing school, I could never get complacent with one area. I started on a med/surg floor before spending the rest of my time in the Emergency Department. While working in the ED, I volunteered to pick up shifts everywhere. Inpatient mental health, ICU, and all the different floors in the hospital. When that wasn’t busy enough, I worked a second job at an (LTAC) Long Term Acute Care, and a rehab facility. Then I transitioned into education (the best decision of my life). My college-level experience started as a clinical adjunct educator teaching lab, skills, clinical, simulation, and later became full-time didactic staff. During my time as a collegiate professor, I taught Pharmacology, Med/Surg, Fundamentals, Leadership, and Critical Care.

Co-Founder/Instructor Brandon Schoborg

Brandon is currently the Captain of EMS with the Hebron Fire Protection District. Previously, he was the EMS Education Manager for the St. Elizabeth Healthcare Paramedic Program, EMS Education Manager for the Columbus (OH) Division of Fire, and Director of EMS Education at Cleveland Clinic Akron General. Prior to starting at the Cleveland Clinic, Brandon spent 8 years in the fire service as a career firefighter/paramedic, SWAT paramedic and Assistant EMS Coordinator with the Newport Fire/EMS Department. During those years, he taught in the University of Cincinnati Clermont College and Gateway Community & Technical College Paramedic Programs. He completed his paramedic education at the University of Cincinnati in 2010. Brandon has an Associate’s Degree in EMS, Bachelor’s Degree in Health Science, and a MBA in Healthcare Management.

Co-Founder/Instructor Adam Peddicord

Adam has been a Paramedic since 1998. He started his fire service career in 1993. Since then, he has worked as a Paramedic for Transcare, Flight Paramedic for the University of Kentucky’s Air Medical Program, the Hebron Fire District, and most recently at Newport Fire Department. In 2022, he retired as a Battalion Chief/Paramedic and EMS Coordinator from the Newport Fire/EMS Department. He was also the Medical Commander of the Newport Police Department SWAT Team. He holds Associate Degrees in EMS Technology, Fire Science, and Nursing. He also holds Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in Nursing and is a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner. As a Nurse Practitioner, Adam has experience in orthopedics and addiction medicine. Adam taught in the University of Cincinnati Clermont Paramedic Program from 2000-2016 prior to teaching in Gateway Community and Technical College's Paramedic Program from 2016 - 2022.

Say it with us..."I will be a Nurse!"