The average cost of state tuition per semester in Texas is between $3500-4500/semester. Failing a class means repeating that class and having your graduation date pushed back at least 1, if not 2 semesters. Take a semester cost of tuition plus cost of living, lost wages, and repeating fees, the cost of failing a course is incredibly expensive. At I.V. League Tutoring we are committed to helping you pass each course by providing instruction and classes that will help you pass the courses on the first attempt.
After graduating from nursing school, you are eligible to sit for the NCLEX Boards. Our NCLEX Prep Course is designed to help you prepare to sit for the NCLEX and pass on the first attempt. If you have already obtained employment at a hospital and do not pass your NCLEX exam, you will have to forfeit the job and reapply during the new hiring period. That can be anywhere between 3-6 months later. What's more is you must wait at least 30 days to get your authorization to Test, which will allow you to attempt to pass the NCLEX a second time. You are no longer eligible for hire at any hospital facility as a graduate nurse, as you lose the “graduate nurse” title upon an unsuccessful pass attempt at NCLEX. In essence, the cost of not passing the NCLEX is monumental.
You lose the nursing job you were hired for, must wait at least 30 days to retest, and must wait 3-4 months to reapply for a job. An average RN working in the hospital in the state of Texas earns a salary of about $5500/month. Not passing the NCLEX will cost you $16500-$22000 in lost wages while attempting to pass the certification exam.