Recent Graduating Class from Remington College of Nursing Achieves 100% Pass Rate on NCLEX Exam

Remington College’s unique BSN program designed to help people make a career change to the field of nursing

Remington College of Nursing is proud to announce that its most recent class of graduates has achieved a 100% pass rate on the NCLEX exam.

“This is a remarkable achievement, and we congratulate our students, faculty, and clinical partners on this success,” said Karin Polifko, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, Vice President, Operations and Academic Affairs for Remington College of Nursing.

“This is a rigorous exam, and passing it signifies that they have put a tremendous amount of time and dedication to their studies.”

“Our high pass rate on the NCLEX illustrates our commitment to quality outcomes and developing excellent registered nurse candidates,” said Dr. Polifko.

“We’re keenly aware of the nursing shortage in certain areas, and our program provides graduates who, after passing the state licensure examination, can work as registered nurses in a variety of health care settings throughout the country.”

Remington College of Nursing’s accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing program is designed for students who possess a bachelor’s degree or higher and desire to make a career change to the field of nursing. Qualifying students who have a Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts degree can earn their BSN degree in as few as 12 months.

“Our program is for individuals who are interested in changing their original career path with the ability to be intensely dedicated during this concentrated year,” Dr. Polifko said. “Our students have already earned a college degree and are now focused on earning a BSN to pursue careers in health care.”

Remington College of Nursing, located in Lake Mary, Florida, features modern classrooms as well as a clinical simulation laboratory, which contains human patient simulators, mannequins, and medical equipment resembling a hospital environment. The goal is to simulate the same challenges in the classroom that students may face in a health care environment.

A positive clinical experience during school is critical to the success of any new graduate. Remington College of Nursing has developed relationships with more than a dozen health care facilities in the Orlando area to offer students opportunities to apply their problem-solving and decision-making clinical skills.

Students have clinical experiences during all three shifts as well as occasionally on the weekends. Examples of health care facilities in which students practice include the Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children, the Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women and Children, South Seminole Hospital, Dr. P. Phillips Hospital, Orlando Regional Medical Center, Bert Fish Hospital, Central Florida Medical Center, University Behavioral Health, and area health departments.(1)

(1) Employment after graduation is not guaranteed. State licensure required.

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