miss_di, RN 3,577 Views
Joined Oct 5, '09.
Posts: 138 (12% Liked)
I dont know exactly where to post this.
I just passed the nclex-rn two weeks ago and still waiting for the official results. I am fully aware that SSN is required for a license to be issued, but Im still wondering if there are states that issue the actual license without a SSN?
I am applying for the NCLEX now and yet to get my ATT.
I have been trying to answer some review questions but I feel like none of the items I study are retained, and I dont seem to have the motivation to really study, and dont know where to start. I am just extremely overwhelmed by the amount of information that I need to remember. Its been almost 10 years since I last sat for the license exam in my home country, so I have no idea anymore as to the current trend of the nursing exams. Also, working as a nurse focused in adult medical surgical meant that peds, maternal & child, and psych will be my areas of weakness. I dont want to sign up for review classes, but I have my reviewer on hand.
I need advice and tips. help
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