Have you attempted the NCLEX unsuccessfully?
First of all, my condolences. Failing the NCLEX is hard to endure.
Second of all, please read my guide on recovering from failing the NCLEX. I poured just about everything I know about studying for the NCLEX into that guide, and I hope it helps you.
In order to stay true to the student-centered intent and mission of this website, KevinsReview.com is introducing a new and very unique scholarship.
Platinum Tests has also joined us in this mission and has graciously contributed for each award recipient!
The scholarship is awarded on a quarterly basis, meaning there will be 4 award recipients each year.
The NCLEX financial assistance will be in the form of 4 drawings each year.
Drawings will take place February 1st, May 1st, August 1st, and November 1st of each year.
August 1st, 2017 will be the first award of this scholarship program.
This money is meant to help pay for remedial classes, if necessary, or to help allay the costs of re-registration and re-application.
Students must upload proof that they have unsuccessfully attempted the NCLEX.
This can be in the form of NCLEX "Quick Results" (a screenshot from the Pearson Vue website), or a photo or photocopy of your NCLEX notification letter in the mail.
Students must upload proof that they are either attempting the NCLEX again or are undergoing a paid NCLEX Review or remedial course.
This can be in the form of a receipt or confirmation email from Pearson Vue, your State Board of Nursing, or an NCLEX Review company.
The award recipient will be chosen using a random selection, utilizing the services of RANDOM.ORG, a trusted random selection software.
When you submit your application, KevinsReview.com will keep your application for ONE YEAR, enabling you to participate in 4 DRAWINGS. After one year, your application will be purged from the selection pool.
On the day of the award selection, your entry will be uploaded along with all other entries that are less than one year old, and 5 entries will be chosen one by one. This is to ensure that there are "back-up" winners in the event that a winner is unresponsive or an entry is incomplete or invalid.
The first of the 5 selected entries will be checked to ensure validity: the uploaded document will be reviewed, and the student will be contacted. If everything goes as planned, that student would be the winner.
In the event that the entry is invalid, or we are unable to contact the student within 1 week, the next entry will be reviewed as the winner and the process will be repeated until an award recipient is found.
Feel free to direct questions to [email protected].