ok, so the other day i was just worrying about the status of my nclex application. just yesterday, i received a letter from the cali-bon telling me that they had evaluated my application documents and they find the bsn program i had completed was not equivalent to the minimum requirement for licensure as set forth in business and professions code sec. 2736.
(b) an applicant who has received his or her training from a
school of nursing in a country outside the united states and who hascomplied with the provisions of subdivision (a), or has completedtraining equivalent to that required by subdivision (a), shallqualify for licensure by successfully passing the examination prescribed by the board.
i find it very confusing because i have classmates and schoolmates who are working as nurses in california. the letter further said:
the board has received the transcripts and clinical training records from university of *****. in addition to the transcripts, the board has received documentation regarding the related learning experience (rle) record and the schedule for clinical procedures. the courses on your transcripts and the clinical records do not correspond to when the training was supposed to have been completed. because of these discrepancies in your academic program, we cannot consider you eligible for the nclex-rn examination.
is my school the one at fault or did the cali-bon change their policies regarding nclex-rn?
ok. thanks, any other state board that we can apply to that doesnt ask this question?
im too queasy already for its been 2 months that i am looking for another state board before the analyst send the result of my re-application. im seeing no hope other than re-enrolling for a masters degree or just re-enroll the subjects that i seemed to be lacking in california board. i just dont want to give up having my life back here in the states.
Last edit by anne919 on Feb 28, '12