According to the NCLEX testing schedule, tests are scheduled at seven test centers across Wisconsin in the year 2020. However, that does not mean that students have to pay for testing dates to take the NCLEX.
Students can work out an arrangement with the testing facility to take both the NCLEX and the Wisconsin training on one exam date. They will be tested on both subjects during the same time, and the cost of one test will be refunded when a student takes the exam again in the next few years.
Students taking both the Wisconsin and NCLEX can save a great deal of money by taking the two tests together. There is no reason why someone taking the exam should not take it in Wisconsin and then take it again at another testing center. The idea is to train for the NCLEX and to be prepared.
Testing in Wisconsin has never been easier. All that is required is a computer, internet access, flash drive, and an instructor to take the test. As well, there is no need to book a test date.
Students can prepare in many ways. Many are able to study from textbooks online, others do coursework, and others take classes in seminars. This makes it possible for students to work around the clock without worrying about teaching or class schedules.
The only costs involved will be the tuition for the online classroom and the flash drive. The instructors are available from the beginning of April until the end of September. Students will have to attend one of the several scheduled seminars before the class and then will be introduced to the online classroom course.
Classes will be taught at either two or three test dates. To keep costs down, students will only be tested on one test date per week, instead of all seven.
The entire course is available in e-book format. Students will be able to sign up for a trial course after they sign up for the online classroom course.
Students who want to study in person but cannot find an online classroom course that meets their needs will be able to work with a number of classes that are available at locations around the state. The traditional, on-campus course will be available in downtown Madison, Plainfield, Green Bay, Oconto Falls, Milwaukee, Wausau, Appleton, and Kenosha.
If a student lives outside of Wisconsin, it is possible to take the NCLEX training at any time throughout the state. The online course covers all state areas, including out-of-state students.
Taking the exam in Wisconsin does not have to cost a student any money. In fact, it can be a very beneficial investment for future students.