Ward Class

An Online Resource Site For Student Nurses


Ward Class is an online resource for student nurses. Created with the aim of helping student nurses cope with the demands of nursing school and clinicals, it offers free downloads, notes, sample NCPs, sample drug studies, study aids, news and updates, and practical tips to its users.

Site Announcement

The December 2012 PRC Nursing Board Exam Result is already available here at Ward Class and at Pinoy R.N.

16,908 Examinees Pass December 2012 Nurse Licensure Examination

The Professional Regulation Commission - Board of Nursing (PRC-BoN) announced today that a total of 16,908 examinees out of 49,066 passed the Nurse Licensure Examination held in December.

Topping the exam is Colegio de Sta. Lourdes of Leyte graduate Glicyl Arante Alvero with an examination rating of 85.80%

Meanwhile, Saint Paul University - Tuguegarao bested all other nursing schools with 50 or more examinees by having a 99.28% passing rate. See results below for more on the December 2012 Nursing Board Exam.

Practice What You Preach in the Sanctuary of Health Care

If you haven’t encountered it already, the day will come when you will be advising patients to get tested for STDs. But are you safe? There are many STDs that don’t have any noticeable symptoms, or they may have minor symptoms that are often confused as being brought on my something else like a urinary tract infection. Get tested for STDs in California and have some peace of mind so you may go about your day and help other’s with their health care needs.

Total Confidentiality

Although you study and work in the health profession and you have the resources at hand to get tested, most health care workers tend to have intimate testing conducted from an outside source, as they don’t want to give the impression to lab technicians who know them, that they may or may not be burdened with such an affliction. Ordering a test online and going to a lab located outside the sphere of your workplace, will offer total and complete confidentiality. By avoiding labs run by technicians, nurses and doctors who know you, or who may become your future colleagues, you are practicing total discretion.