Nclex-RN May 2013 Passed! - page 2

by happyfrenzy

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I graduated from the Philippines in 2010. I applied in Cali and been denied then I applied in NY. After 2 yrs, I finally got my ATT. I quit my job and studied for 3 months diligently. I PASSED my NCLEX, First time! Thank GOD!!... Read More


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    @babusgirl: Sorry, i can't message you in my inbox. Members are required to have a minimum of 15 quality topics in order to use our Private Messaging (PM) System.
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    hey do you still have your qbank acct? i was wonderin if theres a difference between 2 yrs ago qbank and now
    Last edit by Esme12 on Jul 19, '13 : Reason: TOS/english only pls/NO TEXT SPEAK
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    I have a question for you, so you were saying that you didn't finish the exam and stopped at #175 only but still you passed?
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    congrats. im happy for you? how long did it take before you get your att? im planning to take the ny nclex too. my ca nclex is still pending because of the clinical cases. i graduated year 2006 in the Philippines.
    this is my email: malhorlit@yahoo.com

    thank you!
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    Hello happy frenzy, I just passed the NCLEX I graduated 2010 also in the Philippines. I just want to know if we can put BSN, RN in the resume, or if we can apply for jobs requiring BSN degree since we graduated outside US.. Thanks thanks!!
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    Quote from Goan2013
    Hello happy frenzy, I just passed the NCLEX I graduated 2010 also in the Philippines. I just want to know if we can put BSN, RN in the resume, or if we can apply for jobs requiring BSN degree since we graduated outside US.. Thanks thanks!!
    If you earned your BSN then you can put BSN, RN once your license is issued by the BoN. Congrats.
    Goan2013 likes this.
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    Quote from JustBeachyNurse
    If you earned your BSN then you can put BSN, RN once your license is issued by the BoN. Congrats.
    Thank you so much!!
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    Im a foreign grad batch 2009 from the philippines. I got denied also from cali and now thinking of applying for nclex in NY. Is there a chance that they'll approve my application, i didnt take the local nursing exam and dont have any working experience as a nurse?


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