pls help! nclex: www.rn.ca.gov

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    hi! i've already submitted all my requirements to the Cali-BON last july, i wanted to check my status of application at www.rn.ca.gov site, can u pls give me the link on where can i find this? or do i have to call overseas just to inquire about my application? tnx a lot.
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    hi! i've already submitted all my requirements to the cali-bon last july, i wanted to check my status of application at www.rn.ca.gov site, can u pls give me the link on where can i find this? or do i have to call overseas just to inquire about my application? tnx a lot.
    hi hazelblue! i'm sorry but i don't think they have the site/link where you can check the status of your application. you just have to wait for the eligibility letter. usually, it takes 4 months for them to review and send your eligibility letter. best of luck!
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    you need to call them. there is no way you can check in their website unless you are registered nurse in california.:spin:
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    Please refer to the red banner at the top of the Philippine Forum. It states that anything having to do with working in the US that is not specific to those from PI, please post it on the International Forum. This thread has been moved to follow the protocols that we have in place here. There is much to be found on the International Forum about working in the US.

    You are applying for licensure as an RN, there is no way to directly apply for the NCLEX exam, and it also takes permission from the BRN to sit for that exam.

    Average wait time to get approval to be able to test is four months, there is no reason to contact them now. If you look at it from the other side, if they take the time to answer all of the calls about the applications, then it will be six months to get approval.

    There is much information located in the stickies at the top of this forum that I suggest that you read, as well as the reasons why you should not use CA for initial licensure.
    Last edit by suzanne4 on Sep 5, '07


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