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Authors

  1. Corrigan-Magaldi, Maryann MS, RN, CNE
  2. Colalillo, Georgina MS, RN, CNE
  3. Molloy, Janice MS, RN, CEN

Abstract

A remediation program was implemented during the semester break in an associate degree nursing program to increase the pass rate on the NCLEX-RN of at-risk students in a targeted medical-surgical nursing course. Through the use of a course management system and an adaptive quizzing program, participants were facilitated to take a more active role in their learning. Faculty mentored students and witnessed a transformation in participants through graduation. Ultimately, success of these at-risk students in passing the NCLEX-RN helped maintain this nursing program's pass rate.