Personalized NCLEX Tutoring Sessions at Archer Review

Experience dedicated one-on-one instruction or engage in collaborative learning with our small group sessions. At Archer Review, we offer tailored NCLEX tutoring designed to fit your learning style and boost your exam success.


Why Archer Tutors for NCLEX Test Prep?

Fully customized tutoring to help you meet your goals faster. Archer Review tutors are subject authorities with specific expertise in test preparation and strategy. Customized study plans and tutoring specific to the areas you need most will set you up for success. Walk into your exam with confidence, knowing you are going to pass!


Personalized study plan for NCLEX (NGN)

Preparing for the Next Generation NCLEX (NGN)? Our personalized day-by-day study plans, designed by expert tutors, guide you seamlessly through the new challenges, ensuring you're NCLEX-NGN ready.


Interactive small groups

Benefit from the insight of your tutor and your peers in an interactive small group session. Dissect challenging test questions, talk test strategy, and learn what you're doing wrong and how to improve.


Master Select All That Apply (SATA) questions

No one likes select all that apply questions. Conquer them for good by utilizing our tutors' tips and test-taking strategies.


Individualized assessment

Your tutor will assess your progress as you go and help you understand what you need to study further, and when you are ready for your exam.

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One-To-One Private Tutoring

How to book Archer One-To-One Private Tutoring?

Book your very own one to one private tutoring session and get a proper study plan laid out just for you. Our tutors follow the Sure Pass Program with Archer Review readiness assessments.


Small Group Private Tutoring

How to book Archer Small Group Private Tutoring?

Small group tutoring is a group of 6 students joining in one webinar to focus on a specific topic. All Archer Review tutors provide small group tutoring at a very low cost.

Our Handpicked NCLEX


Lauren Korthverified-icon


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I am a surgical nurse working part-time in the operating room at St Luke’s Magic Valley Medical Center. I am ACLS and BLS trained and certified as an OR nurse (CNOR). I have been teaching a lot of NCLEX test takers for quite a long time. My students love my ability to break down complex concepts into simple blocks, which makes them understand easily. I like to teach students by bringing them real-life experiences so that it becomes easy to remember. I would love to talk to you and help you clear the NCLEX with ease.


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My name is Rachel Taylor I have experience in intensive care nursing and have always had a passion for education. This led me to being an Academic Success Tutor for a BSN program. From my experience there I became very passionate about test taking skills and test anxiety, an area I see many students struggle with. I love helping students find different tools to be successful. I look forward to working with you!


Cait Capablancaverified-icon


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Preparing for the NCLEX can be the most stressful part of your nursing journey. Book a private tutor session with me and I’ll work with you to turn that stress into knowledge. Every session with me is built around your learning styles and needs. I graduated from Ryerson University in Toronto, Canada in 2017 so the experience of writing the NCLEX is still fairly fresh in my memory, while having gained valuable experience in the clinical setting that drives my passion to teach. I have worked in ER and ICU for the last 5 years, receiving my Critical Care Nursing certificate in 2021. I look forward to sharing the tricks that I used when studying for the NCLEX as well as practical knowledge that I’ve gained throughout my career in ER and ICU. I love travelling, which led me to work abroad in Australia, rock climbing, and helping others succeed!


Elizabeth Daiggerverified-icon


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I graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a BSN and MSN in nursing and as a women’s health nurse practitioner. During my years of practice as an RN in the hospital setting, I worked in a combined med/Surg, trauma, and bariatric center of excellence for my first role. I then went on to work in a critical care float pool where I practiced in the neuro, cardiac and medical ICUs, emergency department, and several step-down units. After completing my masters, as a women’s health nurse practitioner, I worked for nine years in direct patient care with women of all ages and through all stages of life. Throughout my years of practice, I have always prioritized the teaching and training of students as a preceptor to dozens of students. I can’t wait to teach YOU, the next generation of nurses!

I attended ASU for my Biochemistry Degree and received my Bachelors of Science Degree in Nursing from NAU. I have been practicing as a nurse since 2017, and have been trained to work in settings such as stroke centers, Level 1 Trauma Hospitals, Neurosurgery, as well as General Surgery where I currently work. Since I began working as a Progressive Care nurse, all the way to Operating Room nurse, I have been precepting New Graduate Nurses and loving it. When I am not working at the hospital, you can find me at Maricopa Community College where I teach as an Adjunct Clinical Educator for the School of Nursing.

Having been a student myself during Nursing School and the Perioperative Program, I understand the struggles students experience, and what it takes to pass licensing exams successfully. I also have an understanding of testing anxiety, and have built test strategies and learning tools which helped me pass NCLEX on my first try. Now I can help you do the same! I am excited to work with you, share my knowledge and build strategies and confidence together to pass the NCLEX exam!

Some fun facts about me. I was born in Romania, my parents emigrated here in 2005 by winning a Lottery VISA game. I speak four languages: English, Romanian, Spanish, and French.


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I received my BSN from the University of Arkansas for Medical Science in Little Rock, my first MSN in Family Practice from the University of Cincinnati, in Ohio, my second MSN in Midwifery from Frontier Nursing University in Kentucky, then finally, my DNP from Frontier in 2019. I have had the opportunity to serve clients within several areas in the hopsital setting, ICU (neuro), Endoscopy, Postpartum, and Labor and Delivery. Once I graduated with my Midwifery degree, I served women in an OB/GYN clinic and enjoyed providing for their medical, physical, emotional, and educational needs. Throughout these experiences, I have enjoyed working with students as a preceptor or even as a shadowing experience. The opportunity to teach, and see those "ah ha" moments drew me towards education. Outside of the hospital and clinic setting I have experience teaching with both RN and LPN programs and enjoy helping students identify their preferred method of learning and helping them hone their areas of strength, while strengthening areas they are not as comfortable in.

Before becoming a nurse I received a Bachelor of Science in Education with an emphasis in speech, language, and hearing therapy. I worked with the hearing impaired, autistic, and IDD communities in both educational and clinic settings. I have been a nurse for more than 30 years with experience in many areas. I have a Gerontology Certificate and specialized training as a psychiatric mobile treatment team leader. As a nurse, I take pride in providing collaborative but individualized treatment in group therapy sessions.


Shelley Cundickverified-icon


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I received my BSN from the University of Utah and started my nursing career in home health and women’s services. As my kids got older, I worked as the lead school nurse in a K-12 charter school, as a public health nurse, and in immunization clinics. My favorite part of nursing has always been teaching and patient education!


Carly Sronceverified-icon


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My name is Carly. I am currently pursuing my DNP (Adult Gerontology) degree at UNC Greensboro, and I work part-time at UNC Hillsborough on an inpatient geriatrics floor. I’ve been a nurse for 10 years and have spent most of my nursing career working on inpatient medical-surgical floors (lower GI surgery, geriatrics, family medicine, and orthopedics, to name a few specialties). I’ve also done travel nursing as well as clinical research in radiology. Before that, I tutored at UNC for undergraduate students. I’ve always loved teaching and mentoring other nurses, and I look forward to helping you in your nursing journey!


Megan Millerverified-icon


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I have been a nurse since 2007 after obtaining my BSN right out of high school. I worked in pediatrics as a NICU staff nurse for many years before moving into emergency medicine. I found my passion for education in 2013 when I advanced my education with my MSN and most recently my DNP. I understand the pressures of nursing school while trying to manage a career and family. The stress of preparing and successfully taking the NCLEX is the most challenging part of your nursing career journey! I love helping students achieve their goals so let me help ease that stress and anxiety.

I enjoy reading, traveling, and spending time with my husband and 2 kids.


Allie Brooksverified-icon


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I’m Allie and I am excited to support you as you prepare for success, not only on the NCLEX, but as a new nurse. My goal is to ensure students understand and can critically think through concepts. I am a firm believer that each student should be treated as a whole person, with consideration given to the cognitive, emotional, and psychological aspects of test-taking.

I graduated from Duke University’s accelerated BSN program and began my nursing career in critical care. After a couple of years in ICU, I went on to pursue my passion in women’s health, working in labor and delivery and outpatient OBGYN. I love providing support and education to patients and families during some of the most tender and vulnerable moments of life.