SEPTEMBER 2012 CPNRE Exam - page 4

to all nurses out there who are planning to take the September 2012 CPNRE, please post any concerns, issues and suggestions in this thread. I'm also planning to take the test on September, I'm an internationally educated nurse... Read More

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    Right! And it seems that the choices were just almost similar with each another

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    'Each other'
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    i did the exam last may and from my opinion it was way easier than this one, i did not take any review course in may and ended up failing. this time i actually studied, did two weeks review workshop and it felt like im not going to pass again. it was so hardddddd
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    Well, goodluck to all of us i'm really afraid about the results... Yes! It was damn hard! Harder than any exam that i took my entire nursing career! Let's just pray and have faith nothing is impossible with GOD
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    ill need a miracle
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    [QUOTE=erikauy_23;6923847]Well, goodluck to all of us i'm really afraid about the results... Yes! It was damn hard! Harder than any exam that i took my entire nursing career![QUOTE]

    No, it's a basic entry to practice exam. Nothing that wasn't covered in the college course that practical nurse students take.

    Remember the safety of the Canadian public is the number one priority.
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    Me too... I believe in one
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    Well, the exam was kinda tricky and I had a lot of distructions. I was really shocked when I saw the people lining up for 300 meters long. I'm USA nurse and the organization part of the NCLEX exam way high than the Canadian one. Hopefully, I passed.
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    Quote from Bek1975
    Well, the exam was kinda tricky and I had a lot of distructions. I was really shocked when I saw the people lining up for 300 meters long. I'm USA nurse and the organization part of the NCLEX exam way high than the Canadian one. Hopefully, I passed.
    Are you typing from a phone? I'm not really sure of what you've said other than you think the NCLEX is better. If that is how you feel as an American why are you wanting to work in Canada?
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    Dear Fiona59,Unfortunately, I have been experiencing only the negative aspects of new entry nursing registration in Canada. I'm very positive that many internationally educated nurses in Canada have been experiencing the same problems as of mine. Almost every IEN has to wait 1-3 years for nursing credentials evaluation. The case workers in regulatory bodies are very unprofessional sometimes even rude. As an example, I took my NCLEX exam with other six students in private rooms with minimal waiting time vs 3000 students with 3 hrs waiting time. These are the only my personal experiences. Please do not get me wrong and Don't ask why I am wanting to work in Canada. Thanks.


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