NCLEX RN Remedial Course - Nevada, USA

HNS Classes is the sole RN remediation course approved by the state of Nevada with the facility of online learning besides being an authorized clinical site at the Valley Health System located in Las Vegas. The course even has the facility of online guidance and lessons. The RN remediation course has been designed in particular for those who could not succeed the NCLEX even after trying for more than three times. The Nevada Board of Nursing has as well expanded the course for nurses whose license has expired. The nursing course can on top be attended by fresh graduates of RN program looking out for a review of it. Additionally, it welcomes foreign nursing graduates who have missed their credits from their previous nursing programs.

In order to keep a track over the alterations in the health status and also to expose the learners with the methods and processes that are involved in this arena along with the required skills, the complete course is a blender of clinical experience and theory. The main intension of the course is to re-evaluate the overall standard curriculum of the approved nursing programs including the areas of fundamentals, women's health, labour & delivery, mental health, medical-surgical nursing and paediatrics and human growth & development.

The HNS has a unique curriculum as compared to other nursing courses because it was initially designed keeping the foreign nurses in mind and holds credit for possessing more than 85% pass rate during the past years.

Didactic Portion:

The system has been functioning in such a manner that not a single program can predict the questions that a potential candidate will be tested on. Instead they review through a 24/7 available, on-demand webinar system and allow the student to take up a hundred questions quiz at the end of each 5 major sections. If the examinee fails to come out successfully more than three times, then he/she is required to appear for it again.

Clinical Portion:

Clinical portion can be completed with guidance from clinical mentors staying locally or from an instructor who meet the board standards of an R.N. licensed for 2 years with a minimum of a B.S.N.


To pass the exam, a student needs to acquire 70% in all the quizzes including med-surge, human growth & development and paediatrics, fundamentals, women's health, labour & delivery and mental health.