Quote from starleviosa
Okay, we have the same analyst. 2 other poeple had the same problem who got it resolved with that analyst and so far, you and another one person in this site has the same problem too.
So far, I think we have the same curriculum because I graduated from the same batch.
First, do not enroll in a college, that should be your last resort unless everything fails. I was hopeless too because she kept on saying no and won't even tell me what I lack.
The best thing that you can do is to know if anybody in your school was made eligible that would be your leverage. Because that was what I did, my schoolmates had been eligible and I was denied, until a classmate of mine, same school and same clinical rotation got eligible. I called the license anlayst and told her about it, gave her the name, she checked it and said okay I'm good.
Her reason to me was as I remember but not sure about the words "I didn't know that the Philippines has a different curriculum than California, I was basing it in the California educational requirements, it was just now that I was updated. I'm sorry for the hassle and I will be sending your eligibility letter soon." And one week later, I was eligible. A lot of people actually had a problem with that analyst and ended up enrolling in a school. After what happened to me, I told all my schoolmates about it, and they called in and they were made eligible too.
I thought after that incident, *knowing that now she is updated with the difference of the educational requirements for the philippines and california* it will be okay for the others too. But it looks like I was wrong.
It's GOOD to see someone actually got thru this system! Like winning the big jackpot! How did all your other classmates do on their NCLEX exam? Hope it's all great news for all of them!
Last edit by steppybay on Jun 2, '12
: Reason: spelling