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    thanks suzanne!!!

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    Quote from suzanne4
    Again, if it is in a sealed envelope from the school with their seal across the label, the nurse can send it by courier service. But the key is that the envelope is sealed by the school.

    You can also send multiple sealed envelopes in the same courier envelope to save shipping fees, if you have other friends that want to send at the same time. They do not need to be sent individually.
    Hi! suzanne:spin:
    My friend and I are planning to do that to save on fees but she came from another school , but also located in the same area can we do that???

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    Quote from Interstate5
    Hi! Don't give up.do what you have to do.In the Philippines it is whom you know.Look for people who are well connected so you can get in.The sad part, is when those people from the Philippines come over here and become charge nurses, supervisor, or manager... they will expect the people below them to kiss their ass,and expect to be envited in every party you are having or they will take it as insult.I work in the Hospital where its 60% Filipinos.(more or less).:angryfire Personally. I do not like working with a bunch of pinoys.They are nice in front of you then talk behind your back,write you up for whatever they can think and because they kiss the ass of the almighty "BOSS" the stupid boss will beleive and side with them. Philippine style of work ethics is a good training ground for the future ******* at the Hospital , LTC facilities,or in any work place.You see, I have no Philippine work experince because right after I finished college there.,I move here in the US.So Goodluck...
    Luv ur spunk he..he..he

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    :spin: a college friend named her daughter Abcd ( pronounced as Absidy)

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    In everything that you do put God first and He will direct your paths and crown your efforts with sucess...I know with Gods help u guys will make it...Goodluck

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    Quote from mtjmnov
    Thanx a lot jadegarden, that is very inspiring, hope you don't mind, may I ask you, are you working now as a staff nurse?
    I was before, now im concentrating on my self review...

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    hi! sis I know how you feel..there are so many who are at same boat as you are including me hehehe to start im already 34 and also has limited experience..but dont let that bother you I've seen people a lot older than me and you still at the nursing school I even met one she is a retired school teacher about 58 yrs old and doing volunteer work at my training hospital and reviewing for the nclex {she already passed her cg mind you...) at the same time...As suzanne always say experience doesnt matter much once your in the us coz youll always start fresh because of the different hospital setting they have there. Vgsm is right just concentrate on your nclex take it cool dont rush everything at the same time...rushing will just make you more confused and stress out...God Bless

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    Quote from mtjmnov
    Not anymore, but I will try to call them again.
    Hi! sis try philippine heart instead...cost around 2.5k i think

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    Quote from mtjmnov
    hi, have you applied for eligibility? I think, if I am not mistaken, you have to apply for eligibility first before you take nclex. Well, I have to research more about NCLEX, it is shameful but I have to admit I don't even know what it stands for. All I know is that once you pass it you can work as a nurse in the US. How many years are you working now and how many years have you been out of our profession? I hope you don't mind asking.
    Hi! my papers are ready for sending but, I want to be fully prepared for the exam so im doing a self review first and enroll in a regular review class afterwards. I been working for the last 2 or 3 yrs. I think thou not continously( hard for a mom like me). I been out for about 10 yrs. the first time I went back to practice I was so nervous, and insecure of my younger counterparts, I have to ask them about almost anything good thing all of them are nice and helpful.

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    hi! dont worry too much about not having enough experience as a nurse, there are still a lot of hospital out there that accepts those who doesnt have experence..(jose reyes for ex.) I too have been out of the nursing scene for ages due to my having a family and had gone back to practice only recently. Iam skipping cg too as advise by suzanne, in the meantime Iam doing my self review for the nclex...Good luck to us both

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    Quote from gemini_star
    I could have used your extra money. I need someone to finance me.

    ^^^^ same here

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    Quote from Pinoy RN
    they don't need any certificates.
    all you need to submit along with your application are:

    1. 2x2 recent photo
    2. photocopy of current license

    mailed by your school
    3. verification of education form (filled up by your school registrar or dean)
    4. official transcript of records

    complete info here. CLICK ME
    Hello just need some clarifications...so you mean I will be requesting my school to send in my otr directly to the BON of vermont..I thought that I would just let them complete the application and I will be the one to send it along my application..

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    just heard from the news today nurses and pt's in NY are filling a class suit against Sentosa and thier American employer for making this nurses work as clerks and helpers..

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    [quote=gracediwa]Are you talking about joey dee? i attended his ACLS training for P1000 and we're about more than 150+ students there. Stated in the certificate is that USA LINK is a sister company of Pacific Education Center, LA and is an approved provider for continuing education by the Ca BON.

    He said he is a certified BLS, ACLS, PALS intructor; American Heart Association.

    questionable??? he created a hush hush in my training hospital

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