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This is a discussion on Schools nclex nightmare help in NCLEX Discussion Forum, part of Nursing Student ... hello all, tell me if this is can legally be done by a school executive director, after graduating...by cincin1222 Feb 20hello all, tell me if this is can legally be done by a school executive director, after graduating from their nursing program there was a balanced owed on the account that basically make the to put a hold on sending the paper works to the board of nursing, mind you I have other students that owe a balance but their information was sent to the boards that's one, now that I have went ahead and make payments to my account like I'm suppose to and after sitting down with the financial director on what do I have to do and or when can they send my paper work to the board I was told that as long as I paid half of the total balance owed my information will be sent, now I went ahead and paid more than half of what was owed, now the school executive director is telling that she will send my information to take the NCLEX PN not RN and when I ask her why would I want to do PN when we agreed on nclex she responded " I said I would send your name to the boards but I did not say which one" mind you the school does not offer that course and I have already graduated, I am trying to file a complaint because I felt that I was lied to , can someone tell me if I have legal right to fight the school?
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- Feb 20 by cincin1222sorry for the spelling, I am so upset typing this
- Feb 20 by RN2BEESOONWait so you're saying they sent your info for the PN test & not the RN test although you graduated from a RN program? Correct me if I'm wrong
- Feb 20 by keepmovingrnOh my goddish that is so not legal!! I would get me a lawyer so and fast quick their heads would spin!
- Feb 20 by JustBeachyNurseI'm sorry for your trouble as this sounds like an extremely frustrating situation. We cannot advise you of your legal rights, only a licensed attorney in your state can advise you of this.
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