Questions Re: CES Appli Form..HELP!

  1. Hey guys, can you help me out? i have questions in filling out the appli form...

    Regarding Item14a which is about Report Recipients of the CES application form, who should I enter as my report recipient? Should it be the NJ BON? if so, details of the Report recipient is being asked, what should I enter in the name of contact person and address?

    And in Item2, preliminary information, it is asked there if what country I work, what profession and how many years I have been practicing. The thing is, I haven't practiced my profession yet because I just passed the NLE recently, so should I just leave it blank? I'm quite afraid to do so because I am not sure if it is ok to leave blanks in the application form. I mean, the form should be accomplished completely so that the processing of the reports will not be delayed, right?

    sorry guys for these querries..got all confused again..thank you soooo much!<3
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  3. by   john83
    Quote from pRinSesa
    Hey guys, can you help me out? i have questions in filling out the appli form...


    Regarding Item14a which is about Report Recipients of the CES application form, who should I enter as my report recipient? Should it be the NJ BON? if so, details of the Report recipient is being asked, what should I enter in the name of contact person and address?

    And in Item2, preliminary information, it is asked there if what country I work, what profession and how many years I have been practicing. The thing is, I haven't practiced my profession yet because I just passed the NLE recently, so should I just leave it blank? I'm quite afraid to do so because I am not sure if it is ok to leave blanks in the application form. I mean, the form should be accomplished completely so that the processing of the reports will not be delayed, right?


    sorry guys for these querries..got all confused again..thank you soooo much!<3
    Contact your US BON of choice to answer question #1. It is usually found in the instructions on their website/forms, otherwise, the best method is to contact them directly.

    For question #2, read everything thoroughly. Some states do have a work requirement, like VT. If it is not necessary(just a survey like in the case of new cgfns forms where they ask how many years of nursing experience), then you just say you have none. If it is really required, I suggest that you finish the minimum work requirement before you pass your application. But if you are really in a hurry to take the test, then may I suggest that you apply to another state that doesn't require it. Hope this helps.

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