Before the Morning (Failed CRNE three times. what now?) Before the Morning (Failed CRNE three times. what now?) - pg.17 | allnurses

Before the Morning (Failed CRNE three times. what now?) - page 17

I just received a bad news. My nursing career is over. Yes, I am no longer one of you, but I feel a need to share my story. I have failed the CRNE for the third time and honestly, I don't know what... Read More

  1. Visit  Silverdragon102 profile page
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    Quote from fishy444
    Are you serious
    julia03? because one of my friends didn't pass the 3rd time and they told her that was it. I think you might have your information wrong.
    Sometimes a 4th attempt is allowed but only after writing a letter why the deserve a 4th attempt
  2. Visit  fishy444 profile page
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    Quote from Silverdragon102
    Sometimes a 4th attempt is allowed but only after writing a letter why the deserve a 4th attempt
    But Julia said there is a refresher course you can take and that is incorrect.
  3. Visit  Silverdragon102 profile page
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    I don't see Julia mention refresher courses but another member did and there may be refresher courses that people can take if allowed to take a fourth time. Is nothing mentioned on provincial college of RN website?
  4. Visit  Helper11 profile page
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    Quote from fishy444
    But Julia said there is a refresher course you can take and that is incorrect.
    The best way is to find out from CNO.
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  5. Visit  fishy444 profile page
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    Quote from Silverdragon102
    I don't see Julia mention refresher courses but another member did and there may be refresher courses that people can take if allowed to take a fourth time. Is nothing mentioned on provincial college of RN website?
    I called the CNO this morning, its 3 tries and that's it. There is no such thing as a refresher course and you get another try they said. Also, good luck getting a 4th try from the CNO, its almost impossible. Unless you had a hypoglycemic attack, or a heart attack, they wont give you another chance. They don't care about any other reasons unless they are medically relevant and you can also prove it with a doctor.

    The CNO is not on your side when you want a 4th attempt, they will give you %0 advice on how to go forward after you failed. They just don't care. My friend had to go through all this and even with medical proof, it was a long struggle for her because the CNO will do everything in their power not to give you that 4th attempt.
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    Quote from fishy444
    I called the CNO this morning, its 3 tries and that's it. There is no such thing as a refresher course and you get another try they said. Also, good luck getting a 4th try from the CNO, its almost impossible. Unless you had a hypoglycemic attack, or a heart attack, they wont give you another chance. They don't care about any other reasons unless they are medically relevant and you can also prove it with a doctor.

    The CNO is not on your side when you want a 4th attempt, they will give you %0 advice on how to go forward after you failed. They just don't care. My friend had to go through all this and even with medical proof, it was a long struggle for her because the CNO will do everything in their power not to give you that 4th attempt.
    Every case is different I would suggest that the person who failed should contact CNO and discuss the case and ask them if there is a possibility of fourth attempt in future.
  7. Visit  studentbecominganurs profile page
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    From what I heard, if you have a legitimate reason, they will let you write the exam the fourth time. I'm not too sure but this is what I heard from a girl that took a prep course with me. It was her third time writing it.
  8. Visit  studentbecominganurs profile page
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    "The CNO is not on your side when you want a 4th attempt, they will give you %0 advice on how to go forward after you failed. They just don't care. My friend had to go through all this and even with medical proof, it was a long struggle for her because the CNO will do everything in their power not to give you that 4th attempt."

    Well, not to be rude or anything and no way do i mean to offend anyone but just like what someone said, if you fail three times, maybe you should really think about your study strategies/method and whether you are ready or not. Even with a fourth attempt, who knows if it'll work to your advantage. If you look at the website, i think it says you are only allowed three attempts so I wouldn't be surprised if they denied you a fourth attempt. Its only fair.
    For those who failed it, I really think it's your study method or how you looked at the questions. If you are allowed a fourth attempt, take it to a prep course instructor or even your nursing instructor and see what you can do about it. Good luck
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  9. Visit  Sweetgall_247 profile page
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    how do go about getting anohter chance considering the allotted time. please.
  10. Visit  helpgod profile page
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    I am so sorry to hear that. As a European RN I pass the CRNE 2005 very easy. Actually, I studied three or four months from some preparation material what I got from my friend. She took some classes with some Philippines teacher. I think that his name is Andru. I don't have any contact phone number unfortunately. Best wishes.
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    yahy: I am just wondering what to happen to you now. I just registered in this website couple of days ago, reason, I just finished my cpnre exam last Wednesday and I was hoping to find something about how the others thought of the May 15, 2013 exam. I admire you for standing in faith though you are facing really a hard time. It is hard to proclaim your faith and trust in HIM when things get rough and I applauded you for still listening to HIM though everything seems unimaginable. I hope you are doing well. I am not sure if you are still able to get this message as I think the last comment was 3 years ago. Everything happens for a reason and maybe one of the reason is when someone will find in the same situation and read your words and how you keep on trusting and believing and fighting and listening to God despite of whats happening, somehow they will find their own strength to fight and believe again. It is not guarantee that you pass on first try someone will be a very good nurse. I have seen from clinical experienced before that yes, they are very smart nurses but they seems to be missing compassion, care and empathy to patient.

    Anyway, I really hope and pray the best for you.
  12. Visit  Sashat3 profile page
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    OMG! I don't know what I would do?!? I wrote my PN exam in 2009 and actually found it quite easy (besides all the maternity stuff)! I am currently enrolled in my RPN to BsCN program; it is a 5 year blended program affliliated with my hospital, and the fact that its taking me 5 years to become an RN (it's Part-time) I ALREADY know that at the end of the program BEFORE I attempt the exam, I WILL take a REFRESHER course to fill in some of the holes my school may have missed!

    Lilke some people have mentioned, if you failed it the first time did you ever think of taking such a course to re-learn some of the things that you may have not known, or stuff the schools failed to include in their program.

    If you passed the RN program you should not have a problem writing the RPN exam, and don't feel bad about doing so. The RPN (when I took it) was only 2 years compared to the RN program which is 4, consider this.

    Work for a while as an RPN and then bridge to become an RN. What I like about the route I chose was I was able to gain my confidence as an RPN on a medical floor. I teach students, and train new hires. I am constantly reviewing work as I teach others.

    All the best!

    R
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    Quote from Sashat3
    OMG! I don't know what I would do?!? I wrote my PN exam in 2009 and actually found it quite easy (besides all the maternity stuff)! I am currently enrolled in my RPN to BsCN program; it is a 5 year blended program affliliated with my hospital, and the fact that its taking me 5 years to become an RN (it's Part-time) I ALREADY know that at the end of the program BEFORE I attempt the exam, I WILL take a REFRESHER course to fill in some of the holes my school may have missed!

    Lilke some people have mentioned, if you failed it the first time did you ever think of taking such a course to re-learn some of the things that you may have not known, or stuff the schools failed to include in their program.

    If you passed the RN program you should not have a problem writing the RPN exam, and don't feel bad about doing so. The RPN (when I took it) was only 2 years compared to the RN program which is 4, consider this.

    Work for a while as an RPN and then bridge to become an RN. What I like about the route I chose was I was able to gain my confidence as an RPN on a medical floor. I teach students, and train new hires. I am constantly reviewing work as I teach others.

    All the best!

    R
    I work in an authority where some IENs managed to fail CRNE x3 and were given the chance to write CPNRE. Some managed to pass, others failed x3 and were walked out.

    CPNRE is not a consolation prize for failed RNs. Many say they found it difficult, the majority of people educated as PNs don't have problems.
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