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Be encouraged and remember....๐Ÿ˜€

by Angel Barnes MSN-ED, RN -


  • Persistence Leads to Success: Remember, every attempt, even if it ends in failure, is a step closer to success. Keep pushing forward, for success often comes to those who persist despite setbacks.

  • Learn from Your Mistakes: Each previous attempt is an opportunity to learn and improve. Identify your weaknesses, seek help, and develop a strategy to overcome them. Your past failures can be your greatest teachers.

  • You Are Not Alone: Many successful nurses have faced multiple challenges on their journey to becoming registered nurses. Lean on your support network of friends, family, and mentors for encouragement and guidance.

  • Stay Focused on Your Goal: Visualize yourself passing the NCLEX and working as a competent and compassionate nurse. Use this vision as a driving force to keep you focused and motivated.

  • Believe in Yourself: Self-doubt can be a significant obstacle. Remind yourself of your dedication, hard work, and the passion that led you to pursue this career. Believe in your abilities, and success will follow.

Remember, the NCLEX is a challenging exam, but your determination and commitment will ultimately lead you to success. Keep your chin up, keep studying, and keep believing in yourselfโ€”you've got this!ย ๐Ÿ˜‰

Angel Barnes, MSN-Ed, RN, CEO & Founder of Nurse Ed 101

Welcome to Your Journey of Success at Nurse Ed 101 - Embrace the Student Hub!

by Marcus Barnes -

Dear Remarkable Students,

I hope this message finds you in the best of health and high spirits. I am thrilled to extend my warmest welcome to each of you as we embark on an exciting journey together here at Nurse Ed 101 LLC.

You've taken the first step towards achieving your dreams and professional goals, and for that, I commend your dedication and determination. As the Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Nurse Ed 101 LLC, I am honored to have you join our community of aspiring nurses.

Our commitment to your success goes beyond words, and I'm delighted to introduce you to a powerful tool that will be your partner in this journey - the Nurse Ed 101 Student Hub.

The Student Hub is more than just a digital platform; it's your gateway to a world of knowledge, resources, and support. It's here to empower you, inspire you, and help you grow both personally and professionally.

In this hub, you will discover:

  1. Engaging Content: Explore a wealth of learning materials, from course assignments to our comprehensive NCLEX review book. Dive into interactive lessons and challenging scenarios that will hone your skills.

  2. Connectivity: Stay connected with your peers and instructors. Collaboration and communication are key to success, and this hub will facilitate meaningful interactions.

  3. Structure and Progress: The Student Hub is designed to keep you on track. Mark sections as "completed" to unlock the next steps in your learning journey. Your progress is your power.

  4. Resources at Your Fingertips: Access Passpoint (Q-Bank) and Virtual Patient simulations (V-Sim) effortlessly. Everything you need to excel is just a click away.

  5. Real-Time Updates: Be the first to know about class announcements, Zoom meeting links, and any news or events related to your course.

  6. Your Feedback Matters: We are continuously striving to improve your experience. Please provide us with your feedback on the new edition of the Student Hub. Your insights are invaluable.

Remember, you are not alone in this endeavor. We believe in your potential, and we are here to support you every step of the way. Nursing is not just a profession; it's a calling, and it's one that you have answered with courage and determination.

As you navigate through the Student Hub, I encourage you to set high goals, embrace challenges, and always strive for excellence. You have what it takes to succeed, and we are here to guide you towards that success.

Together, we will reach new heights, and your journey with Nurse Ed 101 LLC will be a testament to your unwavering commitment.

Welcome to the Student Hub, where your dreams take flight!

Warm regards,

Marcus Barnes Chief Operating Officer (COO) Nurse Ed 101 LLC

Question Question Questions???

by Angel Barnes MSN-ED, RN -

When studying for you NCLEX often times you wonder what you should be doing more of. Questions or Content. Now, Though the content is extremely important. When preparing for your test. Doing practice questions as much as possible or at least 50 Questions a day will put you in the best position possible to PASS YOUR NCLEX. LETS GOOOO!!!!ย ๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿคฉ๐Ÿ’ฅ