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How Study Groups Benefit You!

  • Publish Date: Posted over 6 years ago
  • Author:by Kate Andrews

When it comes to studying we believe that two (or more!) heads are better than one. Group style studying brings with it a lot of benefits. Not only does it help promote critical thinking and creativity, but it also expands our access to information. This act of sharing promotes open discussion and helps enhance our own thinking skills. Plus, listening to others can also help broaden our own understanding of a particular topic.

After reading about the motivational side-effects of having a study buddy, we thought it would be a good idea to set up a NCLEX Forum on Facebook. After all where better to share you NCLEX study tips than a forum of people who share the same goal as you – becoming a Registered Nurse in the USA! 

Our support group has been designed with people like you in mind, an online space where you views and insights can be shared in one place. We wanted to create an online area were nurses preparing for the NCLEX could connect with each other, motivate one another and also share their own NCLEX knowledge.

Whether you have a question on Infection Control, or you aren’t quite sure of the difference between Crohns vs. Ulcerative colitis, or maybe you just need help in deciding which State Board of Nursing you should apply to, our NCLEX support Forum and its members will be able to point you in the right direction. Watch out for NCLEX questions and topical polls from the Conexus team too.

Our NCLEX Forum will become a goldmine of NCLEX knowledge that will help you on your journey to becoming a successful Registered Nurse in the USA. With a little courage, teamwork and determination we believe that you can overcome anything – even the (dreaded) NCLEX-RN! 

Join our NCLEX Forum today – let your NCLEX adventure begin.