I have a very difficult and specific situation I have never heard of anyone experiencing before. I have been a CNA for seven years now and had experience on the med/surg unit before going through LVN program up until the last med surg final. I did not receive a passing grade and therefor had to leave that program.
I decided after this to try and challenge the LVN board by way of experience and education. The only problem is, I cannot get my director to send the proper paperwork. After nine months of waiting for the board to respond, they finally told me she didn't submit it correctly. I have reason to believe she doesn't like me and this is why she waited so long to send it. What should I do?
Sep 26, '17
If you want honestly, I'll give it to you. That license you might get by challenging the NCLEX in your state isn't going to endorse to most other states- because they require that for one to be licensed one must complete and pass a nursing program. If there is even a remote possibility that at some point you'd relocate to another state with plans to work as an LPN, you'd be best served by repeating the course/program. That way, you'd know you meet the requirements of having completed a program to endorse a license to another state.
Sep 26, '17
I'll have my RN beforehand I move to another state