Archer Review NCLEX 4+

Archer Review

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Archer NCLEX – with a single motto to Make Quality Test Prep Affordable Again!

Over the past decade, Archer Review has provided "extremely affordable and highly successful" courses to Medical Students and physicians. We apply the same high-yield focused strategy to NCLEX exams intending to help you prepare SMART. Our commitment is not to price-gouge the students. Good test-prep courses need not be pricey, and Archer is moving forward with this single motto. Within just seven months of inception, about 30000 Nurses have taken Archer QBanks and have reported high pass rates.

Archer NCLEX Question banks include:

- A large number of questions: A. 2800 NCLEX-RN Questions on an interface to simulate the actual NCLEX exam. B. 900 NCLEX-PN questions currently and growing in count every day. High-yield new questions are added almost every week so that you will see a continuously increasing number of critically important questions.

- Money-back guarantee: We believe in transparency. We were hoping you could learn and master the concepts and become a fantastic Nurse. We stand by our pass guarantee for the SUREPASS combo package - We can extend your subscription free or refund if the student used the @SurePass combo, follow all the criteria (complete qbank; four consecutive highs in assessments, attend live review) and then still fail. If you are unhappy with the product, email us at within 24 hours of purchase for a full refund.

- 97% pass rate confidence: Among the Archer Q-bank users who take the exam after completing all 2800 questions and score 50 to 55% cumulative average, pass rates are hovering at an extremely high 97%. If you completed Archer Qbank fully and did not pass, send us an email with proof of failure, and we will refund you fully. In addition, we will let you access the content and Q-bank FREE until you pass. Again, we want you to pass NCLEX.

- The Power of Rationales: In-depth and detailed explanations (rationales). Multiple concepts are explained in a single question, so you understand why a specific option is incorrect. This strategy helps you master various concepts in a short period and reinforces learning while quizzing.

- Challenging Questions: The Qs challenge you. They are more complex, but the idea is to challenge you and then present you with master rationales. Learning is enhanced under stress – we use this scientific concept to challenge you real hard, so you study and retain the explanation better. Review your performance, weak and strong areas from the "previous tests" button

- Tutor/ Test and Timed modes: Tutor mode to see the rationale immediately, whereas Timed mode to simulate the actual testing atmosphere. Create comprehensive tests on the go or practice questions in your weak areas via. System-based question review. Rev

- "Peer Stats" gives you data to compare yourself with your peers regarding every question and compare yourself in the overall test. Your score compared to the average peer score lets you assess your readiness for the exam.

- Video Rationales: Our unique "Video rationales" accompany some essential topics that are repeatedly tested on NCLEX. Once again, Archer's master strategy is to help the concepts stick with you well through "audio-visual reinforcement" while quizzing you. These Video rationales will be expanded to more and more Qs soon.

- Multiple test item types: Single choice, SATA (select all that apply), fill in the blanks, ordered sequence, audios/ images questions with a large proportion of questions being SATA to reflect the actual exam distribution.

- Performance dashboards to analyze your weak and strong areas. System-wise breakdown and client-needs data were presented.

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IamPCY ,


Couldn’t decide between Archer and Uworld bc all people talked about was Uworld, but I didn’t want to spend more money after already taking out a bunch of loans for nursing school. Decided to go with Archer bc of the reviews I’ve researched and for their price. I don’t regret it at all and would highly recommend it. I Started off with the tests in study mode and felt like I was spending too much time to just complete 75 questions. When I got the “green light” from my school to take my NCLEX, I decided to just take the readiness assessment. Archer recommends to take a readiness assessment once every 5-7 days, but I was on a time crunch and wanted to take the NCLEX earlier, so I took two tests in one night and two tests the next morning. I scored “very high” on three and “high” on one. I took two CAT exams and passed each ones. I mainly used Archer for 3 days to prep for the NCLEX. I went over all the rationales after each exam. Rationales were short and straight to the point. Went on to take the NCLEX and passed at 75 questions. Archer’s practice tests really helped me prepare for sitting through the NCLEX. By that I mean, while I took archer’s exams, I felt like I didn’t know anything but I still ended up doing really well. I felt like I wasn’t getting anything right on the NCLEX, but I still passed.

Developer Response ,

Hello, Congratulations on passing NCLEX! We are very happy for you. Wish you all the best in your future endeavors.

MitchellNrse ,

Best program for the NCLEX

I have been using this program for 3 months. They had web program for many months but app is brand new. This looks so good. I am so glad that they released iPhone app because it makes it so much easier for me to study anywhere. I have been doing 100 questions on average per day. This course explains every option not only why an option is correct but also gives reasoning why other options are incorrect ; this is what I like the most about this app. I paid for 6 months, it’s also cheaper than many apps. I have noticed that they have been changing many explanations considerably which I think is because they are attempting to present many important topics under one rationale. I find this very useful and it’s really saving my time so I don’t have to read separate course books. I am scoring about 60% in the app and would be curious to know what that will translate in to on my exam. Will let you know soon.

Developer Response ,

Thank you, really appreciate your kind review. We have released another version this week with a focus on identifying and explaining the distractor in the options to make the concepts much clearer.

Safy03 ,

Awesome NCLEX review!!!

I have graduated 2 years prior before I could take my NCLEX! I have tried everything to the very expensive Kaplan, Uworld and another review classe without any success after 3 times trying to pass. A friend of mind told me about archer I searched it and saw how affordable it was! How could I say no to it!! I took the two days crash class plus did a readiness assessment everyday and it is true you are guaranteed to pass!!! I finished the NCLEX in 76 questions and it seemed so easy because archer has the same format and the same question to the NCLEX!!! Nothing was new or surprising in my questions!!! I felt so confident getting out of my exam for the first time!!! I recommend it to anyone 100%! I never thought I would be on this side, but archer made it possible for me!! Thank God I found you guys thank you for this amazing NCLEX prep!!! :)

Developer Response ,

Dear Safy, Congratulations on passing NCLEX. We are so glad the strategy of crash course lectures + question bank combo worked the best for you. Thank you so much for your kind and heartfelt words. They made our day! Wish you the best.

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