Archive for July, 2010

Get an iPod Shuffle for FREE!

Posted in News with tags , , , on July 26, 2010 by allgen2008

Apple revolutionized the way we listen to music with the iPod series.  Since its launch many years ago, the iPod has become the most coveted mp3 player in the market.  If you’ve wanted your own iPod but never had the chance to get one for yourself, this could be your opportunity!

ALLGEN: The Intelligent Review is offering a FREE iPod Shuffle to a lucky NCLEX Reviewer this August!

The next batch of reviewers will begin the program on the 9th of August.  On top of receiving all the benefits of ALLGEN’s NCLEX Review Program, one of the 20 students will receive an iPod Shuffle.  Can it get any better than that?

ALLGEN’s Review Program has been proven to be one of the most effective in existence today.  With a tried and tested method, plus unlimited access to online review materials, it is no wonder that ALLGEN students achieve the goals they have set for themselves.

To avail of this promo and for more information, get in touch with us at the following numbers:

  • 567-2749/0641
  • 0917-544-2558
  • 0918-468-8222
  • 0923-528-2339

Don’t miss out on this opportunity.  Grab that phone now!

Top 3 Common Mistakes When Taking Tests

Posted in Allgen Review Center, Tips with tags , , on July 11, 2010 by allgen2008

Taking the NCLEX is not much different from taking any other kind of qualification exam.  It may be tougher than other types of tests, but the bottom line is that it is a test, and whether you like it or not, you are bound to make some mistakes.

Awareness of the incorrect practices that are commonly engaged in by test takers will help you increase your chances of passing the NCLEX, though.  As with most anything, knowledge and awareness will give you the chance to change your strategy as needed.  Here are the 3 most common mistakes that are committed when taking tests.

  1. Not practicing enough.  Some test takers fall into the trap of merely reading and reading and reading some more.  One important thing about taking tests is that you should actually do practice runs as much as you can.  Nothing beats actually taking the test, but since you cannot take the NCLEX everyday, the next best thing is to do dry runs.
  2. Not following directions. This is a no brainer, really.  Instructions/directions are there for a reason, and every teacher/reviewer will always emphasize the importance of following them.  Sad to say, many test takers still fail to follow instructions.  If you do one thing when taking the NCLEX, make sure you understand the directions and that you follow them to a T.
  3. Second-guessing your hunches. There are people who tend to over think, and more often than not, this results in incorrect answers.  You are not expected to be 100 per cent sure of your answers in the NCLEX, but if you find yourself over thinking an item, go with your hunch.

Do you tend to make these mistakes?  Take a step back and assess yourself.  Knowing your weak spots might just help you jump this hurdle called the NCLEX.

Did you know…?

ALLGEN NCLEX Review offers unlimited access to online materials, which include practice tests.  These tests will be very helpful in preparing you for the actual test!