Help! My California NCLEX wiill expire this December. My agency has passed a letter of extension to BRN early this July. They said they have indeed extended it when we called to verify by phone. But until now, we haven't received a letter stating so. We called again two weeks ago just to be sure... and we got the same answer that my NCLEX was indeed extended. Without a letter? Is that the common practice? Am I just being paranoid? I mean without a legal black and white print that I am extended or not... it could just be regarded as hearsay. Nobody wants to take the NCLEX twice. Moreso if you already passed it the 1st time. I hope the state of California will be lenient on this matter because a lot of NCLEX will be expiring left and right until RETRO si resolved.
hi there! the information i am reading is here is truly useful.. mine will be expiring in a year's time and i passed nclex in california too. so, i really have to forward my scores to another state while retro is ongoing..
to ms suzanne and other moderators: what is the best state to forward my score with regard to easier processing between CA-BON and the other state BON? I am also concerned that when retro will be over in the future, it would also be easy to endorse back to CA..
VT, NM or AZ? (please consider less expensive processing fees)
Your speedy reply will be higly appreciated! I am really lucky to be part of allnurses.com with all theses comprehensive info..
Last edit by oobie on Dec 22, '07