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Top Online NCLEX Coaching Academy

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Top Online NCLEX Coaching Academy

Top Online NCLEX Coaching Academy

Mantram Study Group is the premier online NCLEX coaching academy, offering top-tier preparation for nursing licensure exams. With a focus on excellence, Mantram provides:

  • An immersive online learning experience.
  • Featuring expert instruction.
  • Real-time feedback.
  • A wealth of resources tailored to the NCLEX format.

Their curriculum enhances theoretical knowledge and practical application; ensuring students are well-prepared for exam day. Renowned for its high pass rates, Mantram is the ideal choice for aspiring nurses dedicated to succeeding in their careers.

Contact us at Mantram Study Group, SCO No. 80-81, First Floor, Sector 15-D and also in Sector 34, Chandigarh (Near Gate No. 2, Panjab University Chandigarh – Contact – 9779797575/ 9463049859)

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FAQ

Q. What is the Passing Score for NCLEX-RN 2024?

For the NCLEX-RN Exam through March 31, 2026, the passing standard remains at 0.00 logits. The NCLEX-PN passing standard will continue at -0.18 logits. Despite the introduction of the Next Gen NCLEX format, the fundamental passing criteria have been maintained to ensure consistency in evaluating nursing competencies.

Q. Is Two Months Enough to Study for the NCLEX?

While two months may suffice for some, the amount of preparation needed varies. A typical preparation time ranges from four to twelve weeks, depending on your foundational knowledge and study habits. Extending your study period beyond a month is generally advised to ensure comprehensive exam readiness.

Q. Is Three Months Too Long to Study for the NCLEX?

For repeat test-takers, preparation can take anywhere from six weeks to six months, depending on previous exam performance and personal learning needs. For those who did not pass the NCLEX on their first attempt, an average of two to three months is typically needed.