Study Smarter Using Tags
Our award-winning learning system is designed specifically to give you an edge while studying — saving you time and stress.
Answering questions that mimic the style of exams, reading detailed explanations, and tagging according to your confidence level lets you narrow your focus and grow more confident in the areas you need it most.
Unique Learning System Simplifying Complex Learning Topics
Critical thinking is the key to nursing school success. You can read textbooks and answer hundreds of practice questions, but that doesn’t mean you’re actually absorbing and assimilating all that crucial information.
That’s exactly why we developed the most complete, research-based system for your studying in nursing school. Tag questions based on how confident you are, review your previous material to learn efficiently, and let performance statistics guide you to create a powerful learning system that ensures you don’t just pass, but thrive in nursing school.
Organize Your Studies Based on Your Confidence
The most important things you can do in My Nursing Mastery is tag each question you answer based on how confident you are. Doing that simple thing lets you utilize our unique learning system that’s specifically designed to help you work your way through questions until you master them, saving you time and energy.
Filter and Review for Efficient Learning
When you wrap up a study session, it’s easy to go back to questions you’ve answered, filtered between what you know, don’t know, or somewhat know. Review the questions enough, and you’ll learn the material enough to move their tags from the red or yellow tags of “Don’t Know” and “Somewhat Know” to the well-deserved, green tag of “Know”— proof you’re learning the material!
Watch Yourself Progress
Turn your study goals into meaningful progress with our intuitive performance dashboard. The detailed performance statistics help you target your weak subjects and help celebrate your strengths.
Now you can easily track your improvements with reports that continuously show your growth.
“I like to check in with my progress every so often. It’s so encouraging to see those numbers get higher and higher as I get better.”