any filipinos here that will take nclex? - page 3

by kyliez

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    Quote from laniann05
    me too, i'm here in chicago but i register in Cali...it's easy to apply cali than here..lot of requirements here
    Hmm., hi You have applied here in Cali? yea! The application is easy but you are not yet sure if it'll be approved., for my brother has tried it and turned out that he is not eligible.

    May I kindly ask where you graduated from? Because if it is in the Phil., based upon my brother's experience, Filipino curriculum is lacking. Hope you get what I mean. In addition, my brother wasted his money for the app fee and ended up not being eligible. .urgh
    Last edit by JustBeachyNurse on Feb 19, '13 : Reason: ToS-text speak removed
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    yap, i applied cali ..I studied in the Phils, BON just asked me to submit all the clinical hours and the usual requirements and it did approve within 3 weeks of submission. Is ur brother has social security number? if not, it will not processed...i dont think that our curriculum is lacking coz a lot of my friends there are nurses now, they were all studie in the Phils...What school in the Phils where he graduated?
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    Quote from dragon_lady
    I got denied by Cali BON now working as an LVN for now,trying my luck in NY state.Im reading Saunders,PDA by la charity and Kaplan strategy books.
    hi dragonlady how is it working as an lvn?? you work full time? haply for you..
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    @Ianianne05: hello kabayan! I've read your post and you're quite so lucky for getting eligibility for the NCLeX RN here in Cali, many of us has been denied...so may i ask, when did you apply for your NCLEX-RN exam? And are you a new graduate from the Philippines ? Thanks...Goodluck to your exam..
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    Quote from Dcmom

    hi dragonlady how is it working as an lvn?? you work full time? haply for you..
    Yes I'm working in a SNF.I really enjoy working as an LVN.At first I was scared but I got used to it.When you work in a SNF,you almost have the same job description with RN's.The only differences are LVN's cannot hang IV AtB,and of course salary.Hahaha.
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    Quote from laniann05
    yap, i applied cali ..I studied in the Phils, BON just asked me to submit all the clinical hours and the usual requirements and it did approve within 3 weeks of submission. Is ur brother has social security number? if not, it will not processed...i dont think that our curriculum is lacking coz a lot of my friends there are nurses now, they were all studie in the Phils...What school in the Phils where he graduated?
    Maybe you applied before the concurrency issue came out.I did the same as yours way back 2010 and I got approved.But unfortunately I failed.So when I re applied,this issue came out..
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    Quote from kyliez
    I just wanna know pm me
    NY HERE... taking my first try in a month! graduated in PHIL... hoping to get it done and pass it...
    Last edit by schizo on Feb 19, '13
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    count me in.. I'm here in CA as well, failed but thank God the concurrency didn't bother me.
    I just want to pass this time
    What are the materials you guys are using?
    Last edit by JustBeachyNurse on Feb 19, '13 : Reason: Tagalog removed per ToS
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    Quote from kewl_nurse2b
    count me in.. I'm here in CA as well, failed na din but thank God the concurrency didn't bother me.
    I just want to pass this time

    What are the materials you guys are using?
    hi kewl nurse, when did you re applied?? hopefully i wont get affected too #Fingers crossed# i failed my first try and will re apply soon so will see.
    Last edit by Silverdragon102 on Feb 19, '13 : Reason: Tagalog removed from quote
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