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  • Course Overview

    This online self-paced preparation course will prepare candidates to be successful in writing the Next Generation NCLEX-RN® exam. Starting April 1st, 2023, this became the updated licensure exam format for nurses in Canada. The University of Toronto nursing faculty, share their content expertise and in-depth knowledge of the Next Generation NCLEX-RN® exam structure and foci, test taking strategies, and effective study strategies. The course includes focused modules on selected areas of nursing practice covered in the exam, including maternal/child, paediatrics, pharmacology, and critical care nursing competencies. This course does not provide an in-depth content review for all content areas provided in undergraduate programs as it is intended to assist candidates in structuring and focussing their own specific content review needs. This course is most effective if started at the beginning of your exam preparation process

    Course Goals

    At the end of the course students will:
    1. Understand how the NCLEX-RN® exam & question formats are structured.
    2. Develop & apply successful test taking strategies.
    3. Identify key concepts and areas for content review that are essential to successful NCLEX-RN® exam completion.
    4. Develop increased confidence in exam writing.

    Online (self-paced) Course Content

    Our online fully self-paced course includes interactive eLearning modules, links to tools and resources, a mock exam, and access to a downloadable study workbook to organize and plan your studying. All course content is delivered using Quercus, our learning management system. We anticipate this course will take ~20 hrs to complete. Your access to the course and resources will begin approximately 5 business days after you register and will end 3 months from the day you receive access.


    Canadian nursing students from undergraduate & bridging programs, internationally educated RNs, and experienced nurses who plan to write or rewrite the Next Generation NCLEX-RN® exam in Canada.

    Success on the registration exams is a vital step

    Our Next Generation NCLEX-RN® Exam Prep Course is open to anyone writing, or rewriting, the NCLEX-RN® exam; including new graduates and internationally educated nurses. You do not need to be a U of T student or U of T graduate to benefit from the expert faculty who present these courses. We offer this course to help you prepare for registration as a Registered Nurse.
  • Course Outline

    Section 1: Getting Started

    • Vital Information about writing & preparing for the Next Generation NCLEX–RN®
    • Tips and Strategies for Studying and Approaching Next Generation NCLEX–RN® Questions
    • Introduction for RPN/LPN Bridge to RN Candidates (and Other Experienced Nurse Writers)
    • Pulling it all Together – Determining Strategies for Success on the Next Generation NCLEX-RN®
    • Study Guide Workbook

    Section 2: Core Concept Outline for the Next Generation NCLEX-RN® Client Needs Categories

    1. Safe & Effective Care
    2. Health Promotion
    3. Psychosocial Integrity
    4. Physiological Integrity

    Section 3: Targeted Content Review

    1. Focus on Pediatrics
    2. Focus on Maternal/Child
    3. Focus on Critical Care Concepts
    4. Focus on Pharmacology

    Section 4: Mock Exam

    1. Mock Exam
    2. Review of Mock Exam

    Section 5: Resources and Strategies for Success


  • Faculty

    Zoraida Beekhoo RN, MA
    Associate Professor, Teaching Stream, Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing

    Manjit Dhanoa-Yasi RN, MN
    Lecturer, Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing

    Mary Ann Fegan, RN, MN
    Associate Professor, Teaching Stream
    Undergraduate Coordinator, Year 1 Clinical Education Co-ordinator
    Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing

    Karen Fleming, RN, MN
    Clinical Nurse Educator, Paediatrics, North York General Hospital
    Adjunct Faculty, Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing

    Sarah Ibrahim RN, MN, PhD
    Adjunct Faculty, Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing

    Leasa Knechtel, RN, MN
    Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream, Lawrence Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing
    Associate Director, Centre for Professional Development, Lawrence Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing

    Jana Lok, RN, MN, PhD, ENC(C)
    Lecturer, Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing

  • Registration Information


    Online (self-paced) Available now! $320 + HST

    Please Note

    • Applicable taxes (13% HST) will be added to the registration fees.
    • Refund Policy – To withdraw from the online course and receive a refund, your written request must be emailed to within 24 hours of registering for the course. No refunds will be given after this time limit. All refunds are subject to an administration fee of $100 + tax.
    • Course Cancellation PolicyThe Centre for Professional Development reserves the right to cancel courses due to circumstances. The decision to cancel a course is normally made 15 days prior to the course. If you are enrolled in a course which is subsequently cancelled, you may apply your fee to another course, or receive a full refund. The Centre is not responsible for any travel or other expenses incurred by you. 
  • What Others Have Said

    “I feel much more prepared to write the NCLEX after this course.”

    “Great course and amazing speakers!”

    “Materials are great! I will use all of the information and resources to prepare for the NCLEX.”

    “I enjoyed the course. I came for a different perspective on learning from my own university and I was so pleasantly surprised and happy. I liked the way they approached topics and tied it together.”

    “I really enjoyed the test taking strategies that were discussed in each session.”

    “Very well organized. The resources are such a big help.”

  • Contact Us

    Phone: (416) 978-5207
    Address: Centre for Professional Development
    Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing
    University of Toronto
    155 College Street
    Suite 130
    Toronto ON Canada
    M5T 1P8



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