Frequently Asked Questions

Answers to some of our most frequently asked questions

Scheduling and Cost

What Is The Cost?

Our 4-day Live Online Lecture costs $329. It includes 3 printed books (Medical-Surgical Nursing, Pharmacology, and Test Taking Strategies with 75-question comprehensive final exam) and 2 months access to our self-paced NCLEX® Online Course.

Our Self-Paced NCLEX® Online Course includes pre-recorded videos and downloadable materials for every content area.

· 1 month subscription for $149
· 3 month subscription for $249
· 6 month subscription for $349

We also have an NCLEX-style Qbank option available (2100+ for the RN and 1500+ for the LPN).

Do You Have Online Classes?

Yes! Our Live Online Course and Self-paced Online Course include online course access. You will be able to watch 35+ hours of videos anytime and anywhere and have access to downloadable materials with good internet access.

We have an updated Online Course for both NCLEX®-RN and NCLEX®-LPN exams! To learn more, click here!

When Do We Receive The Zoom Link For The Live Online Course?

The Zoom link will be given a day before the class starts.

When Can We Have Access To The Class Recordings And Self-Paced Online Course?

Self-Paced Online Course will be available after the last day of the class for up to 2 months.

Class recordings will be available two days after the Test-Taking Strategies Class.

Do You Offer Course Extensions?

Yes! You may avail course extension for $99 for one month for a maximum of 3 extensions.

NOTE: This is only available for current customers of the NCLEX® Live Online Review.

Curriculum and Tests

What Does The Class Include?

Our curriculum for all our courses can be found here: NCLEX-RN and NCLEX-LPN.

Does This Review Cover Test Taking Strategies?

Day 4 of the live online review course is dedicated to Test Taking Strategies and an in-depth review of a 75-question NCLEX comprehensive final exam.

Does This Review Cover Questions?

The Self-Paced Online Course has a 2100+ or 1500+ QBank.
The Live Online Course integrates NCLEX-style questions throughout the presentation.

Do You Cover Pharmacology?

At the request of many students, we have added a full day of Pharmacology to our Live Online Lecture. We also have a Self-Paced Online Pharmacology course which can be purchased as part of our Full Comprehensive Online Review Bundle.

How Is This Different From Other Reviews?

Feuer Nursing Review has been successfully preparing US-educated and foreign-trained nurses since 1971. We provide the most in-depth review of nursing content and teach you how to apply it to nursing practice.

How Do I Schedule My Test?

Everything you need to know about the NCLEX and how to schedule your test can be found at We highly recommend you research this website to prepare and be well-informed.

How Long Should I Wait To Take The Test After Completing The Review?

We recommend 2-5 weeks to study all the material that will be provided at the class. The amount of suggested time depends on when you graduated from nursing school, if you are working full or part time, your personal life responsibilities and if you have already started studying before the course.

Course Logistics

What Happens If I Am Absent For One Of The Live Review Days?

Live Online Lecture recordings will be available after the last day of the class for up to 2 months. You can watch the sections you missed as many times as you need to anywhere.

Can I Come Late To The Class?

It is in your best interest to come on time for every class to get the most out of this learning experience. We encourage students to log in around 8:30 AM to be on time for daily attendance.

Why Are NCLEX®-LPN Students In Class With The NCLEX®-RN Students?

The NCLEX®-RN & LPN test plan content is very similar. RN and LPN students can attend the same Live Online Lectures. The main difference resides in their scope of practice.We dedicate two separate days for Test Taking Strategies with an in-depth review of a 75-question NCLEX comprehensive final exam — one day for the RN and another day for the LPN. In addition, we created two different question banks (RN QBank and LPN QBank). The questions address their respective scope of practice.

Other Questions

I Was Trained Internationally. Is This Class Good For International Nurses?

We have over 50 years of experience helping internationally educated nurses obtain their licenses. Our method of teaching takes into consideration your barriers with language, culture, curriculum, and the writing style of NCLEX questions. We have included glossaries and spelled out commonly abbreviated words. Our instructors have experience teaching English as a second language (ESL) students.

What Happens If I Fail The Test?

If you fail the test, we are here to help you with your test preparation as soon as you’re ready to retake it.
Please read the Feuer NCLEX Guarantee to find out if you are eligible for a free or discounted course.

You can read more about the Feuer Guarantee here.

What Is The Difference Between The Self-Paced Online Course And The Live Online Lecture?

Self-Paced Online Courses offer greater flexibility in scheduling and pacing to access the course materials and complete assignments. In contrast, in Live Webinar Courses, students need to attend the webinar sessions at specific times, similar to a traditional classroom setting. Live Webinar Courses also provide more immediate interaction with instructors and peers. The choice between the two formats often depends on the individual’s learning style, schedule, and preference for real-time engagement.

I Have Been Away From Nursing For Many Years. Will This Review Class Help Me?

Many of the students who come to us have been away from Nursing for a few years or longer. We offer a comprehensive NCLEX review course that provides the content you “must know” plus the Test Taking Strategies and practice questions needed to be fully prepared for the test.

What Is Your Refund Policy?

A Self-Paced Online Course refund must be requested within 15 days of purchase.

A Live Online Course refund request must be made by lunch time (12:30PM EST) on the first day of class.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where can I find more information about the NCLEX and Next Generation NCLEX item types?

What are NGN case studies?

NGN case studies, also known as unfolding case studies, present a clinical scenario with client data that changes over time. You will need to answer six NGN test questions. Each question measures one of the six clinical judgment cognitive skills (recognize cues, analyze cues, prioritize hypotheses, generate solutions, take action, and evaluate outcomes). NGN Case Studies require that entry-level nurses make multiple clinical decisions throughout the spectrum of the clinical judgment model.

What are NGN stand-alone questions?

NGN stand-alone items are individual questions that are not part of the case study but have a similar format. There are two types of stand-alone questions: 

●  Bow tie Item — presents a clinical situation at one point in time and can measure all six clinical judgment cognitive skills in that one question.

●  Trend Item — presents a clinical scenario in which a student reviews the information in the medical record that trends (happens) over time (minutes, hours, days, or more). Trend Items address one or all of the six clinical judgment cognitive skills.

Are items in case studies dependent on the correct response to a prior item in the same set?

Each case study includes a client scenario and follows Layer 3 of the NCSBN Clinical Judgment Measurement Model (NCJMM) in sequential order, focused on each step from “Recognize Cues” through “Evaluate Outcomes”.

Each item within a case study is independent and scored accordingly. Candidates will not be able to go back to view previous responses and care is taken to avoid cuing within each case study.

More information about how NGN items are scored can be found in this article.

Do items provide the candidate with normal reference ranges?

Beginning with the Next Generation NCLEX launch, items containing a numeric laboratory value will include the corresponding normal reference range.

What are the new NGN Item Types?

●  MULTIPLE CHOICE: SINGLE RESPONSE — This item type is similar to the traditional NCLEX format; however the clinical scenario will have more information, and the number of responses could be as many as ten options.

●  MULTIPLE RESPONSE (SELECT ALL THAT APPLY) — This item type is similar to the traditional NCLEX format select all that apply questions, but with up to 10 options.

●  EXTENDED DRAG AND DROP — This item type is like the traditional
NCLEX-ordered response items, but not all response options may be required to answer the item.

●  CLOZE (DROP-DOWN) — Allow candidates to select one option from a drop-down list. There can be more than one drop-down list in a Cloze item.

●  ENHANCED HOT SPOT (HIGHLIGHTING) — Allows candidates to select their answer by highlighting pre-defined words or phrases.

● MATRIX/GRID — Allows the candidate to select one or more answer options for each row and/or column.

Are Multiple Response Select all that Apply items be scored with partial credits in the NGN exam?

Yes, some NCLEX Multiple Response Select all that Apply items are scored using the +/- scoring method on the NGN Exam that went live on April 1, 2023.

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