Our mission is to help aspiring nurses get the resources and training they need to help change the world, one patient at a time.

Compassion

It is impossible to become a nurse without a strong sense of compassion. That is why our training material, and our team, is geared toward upholding this critical characteristic.  Nursing is a field of compassion toward others.  Questions throughout the entire program are themed with the basics of nursing in mind.  Why are you going into the field of nursing?  Hopefully, it is for one reason and one reason only, to help others and make their lives better.  One kind action will have everlasting effects on a patient, just as an unkind action.  Therefore, each and everyone who is planning on going into the field of nursing should self reflect on their true intentions.  The intention of the NLC is to help those prepare for nursing school, but we can’t teach compassion, it has to come from within.

Expertise

Great question. Professor Kimmel is Board Certified Nurse Practitioner, Registered Nurse, Engineer and 1st year medical school student, CHMM (Certified Hazardous Materials Manager). Her credentials are as follows: Associate of Science, Associate of Applied Science in Nursing HFCC, Undergraduate work at U of Dearborn in Biochemistry, Bachelor of Science from Excelsior College, Master of Nursing with a specialization in Family Nurse Practitioner from Walden University, ANCC Board Certified 2017 as Family Nurse Practitioner, Medical School Student. Dr. Kimmel is also the inventor of an Air filter patent, She also has over 20 years of teaching experience at Lawrence Technological University, Oakland University and Henry Ford College. Professor Kimmel has developed curriculum in mathematics, physics, and nursing, has written several books and is on Rate my Professor.

Dedication

Passing difficult exams like the NET, TEAS, NCLEX-RN, or NCLEX-PN, requires strong dedication to ongoing learning. Our prep programs help nurses develop this trait of dedication by providing a framework from them to studiously prepare for the real-world challenges of being a practicing nurse.

Our Money Back Guarantee

At the Nurses’ Learning Center, it is our mission to help grow the field of nursing by helping people achieve their dreams of being a nurse. We’ve invested countless hours with over 10 years’ worth of content into all of our test prep programs so we can execute our mission. If you find that after completing our entire program, you still haven’t passed your exam, reach out to us to inquire about our money-back guarantee.

Through our comprehensive preparation program, we help aspiring nurses achieve the knowledge and expertise needed to handle the day-to-day tasks of being a nurse. The well-being of your patients’ is dependent on the strength of each nurses’ expertise.

Here are some testimonials from those who took the exam:

“I used the NLC to help me prepare for the HESI A2.  It was a last ditch effort, as I could not pass on the first attempt, my scores were too low.  It only took me a few weeks of studying with the NLC and I scored the top of the class, and got into nursing school that following semester.  I am now in my 2nd year of nursing school and will soon be graduating.  Thank you all at the NLC, you rock!” 

     JoAnne Pennet, Albany, NY

“Found the website online, wasn’t too sure about it.  The more I got into the study materials and practice tests, I couldn’t believe how much I really needed to learn.  For the amount of information, the price is cheap, but really worth it.  I took the HESI and passed with really high scores on my first attempt.  The nursing admission counselor asked what did I use to study, and when I told her, she told me to keep a secrete. Thanks NLC! “

      Josh Cuthburt,       Birmingham, Al

“All of my classmates were terrified of the TEAS Test, as was I.  I used the standard study book, and spent tons of money online for information that just seemed redundant and non usable.  Then, I found the Nurses Learning Center.  I think I used it for about 6 weeks, took my test and scored in the high 90 percentile range.  Long story short, I’m now a nurse.  My suggestion is, if you want scores that will be competitive use the NLC.”

Thank you, Mary Wikowski, Detroit, MI

Frequently Asked Questions

How long has the NLC been in business

The Nurses Learning Center has been in business since 2003, when Dr. Kimmel began tutoring nursing students for the math and reading portion of the entrance exams.  Throughout the years the content and learning modules were developed into both paperback and online subject tests in order to enhance the students performance on the their exams.

What are the credentials of the authors?

Great question.  Professor Kimmel is Board Certified Nurse Practitioner, Registered Nurse, Engineer and 1st year medical school student, CHMM (Certified Hazardous Materials Manager).  Her credentials are as follows: Associate of Science, Associate of Applied Science in Nursing HFCC, Undergraduate work at U of Dearborn in Biochemistry, Bachelor of Science from Excelsior College, Master of Nursing with a specialization in Family Nurse Practitioner from Walden University, ANCC Board Certified 2017 as Family Nurse Practitioner, Medical School Student.  Dr. Kimmel is also the inventor of an Air filter patent, She also has over 20 years of teaching experience at Lawrence Technological University, Oakland University and Henry Ford College.  Professor Kimmel has developed curriculum in mathematics, physics, and nursing, has written several books and is on Rate my Professor.

Professor has written a detailed book on how to read and interpret Telemetry/ECG’s, book on Phlebotomy and is currently working on developing video tutorials for the N.S.A.T.

Professor Kimmel currently works part-time as a NP at a Michigan regional hospital, while going to school.

How do I know if the study materials will help me pass the entrance test ie, TEAS, HESI, NET, NSAT

The NLC has been helping students pass these exams for over 16 years. In that time over 95% of all students who have taken the program and used the study materials have passed the exams for nursing school admittance at or above a 96%.  We are proud of our track record, also, you must study.  Have a great tool won’t help if you don’t use it.  Our suggestion is to give yourself about 2 months and study at least 2 -3 hours per day.