NLE

The Pentagon Nurse Licensure Examinations (NLE) Program of Pentagon is comprised of 3 phases - almost 500+ hours

PHASE I - INTENSIVE REVIEW - 200+ HOURS

The Intensive Review encompasses valid diagnostic exams, comprehensive lectures complemented with formative and summative evaluation. The program will cover topics consistent with the table of specifications of the board exams. This lays the groundwork for mastery of the subject matter.

  1. Medical - Surgical Nursing
  2. Maternal - Child Nursing
  3. Pediatric Nursing
  4. Community Health Nursing
  5. Psychiatric Nursing
  6. Fundamentals of Nursing
  7. Nursing Law and Jurisprudence
  8. Nursing Research
  9. Nursing Management
  10. Nursing Ethics
  11. Communicable Disease Nursing
  12. Statistics in the Health Sciences

PHASE II - CRITICAL REVIEW - 100+ HOURS

While the intensive review targets mastery of subject matter, the critical review sharpens the test-taking skills of the examinees. Thousands of test drills hone the test-taking ability of the student. Moreover, the lecturer who handled the lectures are the same lecturers who will rationalize the examinations---consistently building on learning experiences in the Intensive Review.

  1. Medical - Surgical Nursing
  2. Maternal - Child Nursing
  3. Pediatric Nursing
  4. Community Health Nursing
  5. Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing
  6. Fundamentals of Nursing
  7. Nursing Law and Jurisprudence
  8. Nursing Research
  9. Nursing Management
  10. Nursing Ethics
  11. Communicable Disease Nursing
  12. Statistics in the Health Sciences

PHASE III - FINAL COACHING - 150+ HOURS

     1. REVISIT LECTURE AND TESTTAKING TECHNIQUES

The Final Coaching revisits the knowledge base in the Intensive Review and the test-taking techniques of the Critical Review---and eventually, accomplishing the integration of knowledge and application to solidify the entire learning experience and enhance examinee preparedness.

  1. Medical - Surgical Nursing
  2. Maternal - Child Nursing
  3. Pediatric Nursing
  4. Community Health Nursing
  5. Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing
  6. Fundamentals of Nursing
  7. Nursing Law and Jurisprudence
  8. Nursing Research
  9. Nursing Management
  10. Nursing Ethics
  11. Communicable Disease Nursing
  12. Statistics in the Health Sciences

    2. MOCK BOARD / RATIONALIZATION

Accordingly, a mock board exam will be conducted to cognitively and psychologically prepare the examinee. The mock board exam is administered for 2 consecutive days and the questions are aligned with the NEW NLE FORMAT. Furthermore, SCANTRON paper and machine are utilized for immediate scoring and interpretation of the results. The test items will then be RATIONALIZED BY THE SAME SET OF LECTURERS WHO HANDLED THE INTENSIVE AND THE CRITICAL REVIEW.

  • TEST I - COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING
  • TEST II - MATERNAL - CHILD NURSING / PEDIATRIC NURSING
  • TEST III - MEDICAL-SURGICAL NURSING
  • TEST IV - MEDICAL - SURGICAL NURSING
  • TEST V - MEDICAL - SURGICAL NURSING / PSYCHIATRIC NURSING
  • QUESTIONS ON NURSING LAW & JURISPRUDENCE, NURSING ETHICS, NURSING RESEARCH, FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING AND STATISTICS FOR THE HEALTH SCIENCES ARE DISTRIBUTED FROM TEST I - V

     3.  INTERFAITH RELIGIOUS SERVICE / HOLY MASS

Crowning the Pentagon Review Program is the spiritual preparation for the examinees to eventually uphold the holistic approach to learning--making the examinees fully equipped as they fearlessly face and successfully achieve each question in the board exams, emerging victorious and adherent to the call of service and for the Glory of God.