The NET (Nurse Entrance Test) program has been helping students successfully achieve their goals in nursing and other healthcare professions for over 40 years. NET works with schools to provide entrance and exit tests, practice exams with explanations for each proposed answer, remedial help, critical pathways to track student progress, and license preparation that accurately determines a student’s readiness to begin studying for a career in the medical field. NET started the Total Testing concept in 1997 and later added the Total Testing Care Plan, an online remedial program, as well as podcasting and directed readings to enable student achievement.
People who actually work in a particular medical area develop NET program products. All products are vetted by a team of medical professionals. NET’S testing service has been proven to lower dropout rates and improve licensing exam passing rates. NET also offers continuing education credits via regional seminars and an online “Educate the Educator” series.
The faculty at NET is composed of educational consultants, curriculum coordinators, and nurse instructors. They construct exams to aid in identifying strengths and weaknesses based on standardized national criteria. Individual and group critiques provide specific remedial help via online audio and video lectures. There are curriculum guidelines that aid in measuring student performance, as well as various products designed to track student progress. The NET program offers a complete package to help determine a potential student’s readiness for achieving success in nursing school or in preparation for another healthcare career.