Denied by CABON now to take LVN.. - page 27

Can anyone help me here,im planning to take the LVN exam because I just got denied by CABON because of the concurrency issue..I just want to know: Method #3 - Equivalent Education and/or... Read More

  1. Visit  steppybay profile page
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    Quote from zhapper2002
    I think, it's been changed and implemented since 2008. The new curriculum including the 3 cases per major & minor surgeries and delivery. Batch 2012 shouldn't have any concurrency issues but I've known a lot who still didn't get eligibility and there are few who made it through and was able to take the NCLEX. It's case to cases basis.
    Yes, that's why I'm wondering if the 3 cases upgrade now is being more looked at by the LVN board in terms of the hours.

    Like you, I know several 2012 batches and recently denied the ATT and there's been a couple of who actually made it (CA BON for NCLEX-RN) from the same class, same batchmates. Inconsistent, yes, not sure if it was a difference in CA evaluator or in their transcripts. However the overall approval rate is still very slim at best.
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  3. Visit  steppybay profile page
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    Quote from killerbee
    I overheard a conversation from one of our clients at work that his son's dean at their school went to CA bon and provided their program which was approved by the state board (sorry its not my intention to eavesdrop but the info was beneficial). If CHED refuse to consult the board, I believe the dean of the schools can take the initiative to correct their program that fits foreign board's standard.
    This is interesting, thanks! I thought that a CA BON staffer would have to actually go overseas to verify such matters?

    So was the son able to get this ATT in CA? He must have been a graduate of one of the top 10 schools in PH.

    If it's this easy, then the tremendous amount of pressure should be placed by ALL the PH students in CA and those wanting to come over, to make each and every Dean of their schools come to provide the CA BON they are in compliance with the US requirements and present their case in front of the CA board.

    This will stop the need to become an LVN, then try to enroll in a LVN-RN courses, then try the NCLEX-RN and stop wasting more time as jobs are getting tougher and tougher as the length from graduation date to application time that our application gets sent to "not interested" pile if one wants to work in a hospital setting.
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    I heard the son is still in pi studying. From what I remember the school is affiliated or near St lukes hopital. I'm sorry if only I wasnt on the phone that time I could have ask the father for the details.
    Last edit by killerbee on Jan 7, '13
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    Quote from killerbee
    I heard the son is still in pi studying. From what I remember the school is affiliated or near St lukes hopital. I'm sorry if only I wasnt on the phone that time I could have ask the father for the details.
    No, not a problem, at least this Dean is willing to take the necessary steps to ensure that his students should be safe and able to meet the CA BON requirements.

    Now let's hope he not only got that in writing from the CA BON main office directly or else, each evaluator will draw their conclusions and it could cause some to get their ATT and others to be denied.

    The other Deans from all the PH schools needs to take this pre-cautionary measures as this Dean did.
  6. Visit  areesh23 profile page
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    Please let us know whoever gets their ATT for NCLEX PN. thanks! Now I'm worried about my application. maybe BVNPT is getting stricter same as NCLEX RN?? hope not!
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    They're not kabayan.It was the school's fault to put an incomplete theory hours on Jaycee's record of nursing program.
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    Quote from zhapper2002
    Really? lacking 100 hours? for RLE? I mean, in our Philippine nursing program, we at least should have more than that of what's stated in the BVNPT requirements. It's kinda frustrating to know that. I hope your school will provide information to get you your eligibility from BVNPT. God Bless.
    Yeah i hope so! Im going back to p.i this 27th of january to talk to our dean personally tsktsk waste of money and time smh.
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    Quote from steppybay
    On another note: hoping it's just an error in your school's reporting. But do you know of any other batchmates that got their ATT and you guys were all from the same exact graduating class? If they got their approval, then so you should have also.
    Not that i know of. Smh yeah its my school's fault lol
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    Quote from areesh23
    Please let us know whoever gets their ATT for NCLEX PN. thanks! Now I'm worried about my application. maybe BVNPT is getting stricter same as NCLEX RN?? hope not!
    I think BVNPT's still processing the applications, same thing as last year's. I got my eligibility and luckily passed my NCLEX-PN. Also @dragon_lady passed the exam as well. We're now LVN's. I think you shouldn't be worried You'll surely get your eligibility soon In my case, BVNPT sent me a form called DECLARATION OF NURSING EDUCATION wherein I put all the dates of my RLE rotations. After that, I got my eligibility. Think positive! You'll get that eligibility 'cause you deserve it though it's pretty tough to stand up from the CA-BON aftermath. I was really frustrated before when I was denied by CA-BON in 2011.
    Last edit by zhapper2002 on Jan 8, '13 : Reason: erratum
  11. Visit  jayceecee profile page
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    Quote from zhapper2002
    I think BVNPT's still processing the applications, same thing as last year's. I got my eligibility and luckily passed my NCLEX-PN. Also @dragon_lady passed the exam as well. We're now LVN's. I think you shouldn't be worried You'll surely get your eligibility soon In my case, BVNPT sent me a form called DECLARATION OF NURSING EDUCATION wherein I put all the dates of my RLE rotations. After that, I got my eligibility. Think positive! You'll get that eligibility 'cause you deserve it though it's pretty tough to stand up from the CA-BON aftermath. I was really frustrated before when I was denied by CA-BON in 2011.
    Hi zhapper ur inbox is full lol
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    hi dragon_lady! I'm a a registered nurse in the philippines and graduated at the university of mindanao. I'm kinda frightened and confused about that concurrency issue. I am about to take the NCLEX-RN here in washington. could you give me some advices or anything on how to be eligible to take NCLEX here in washington? like about the hours of RLE and subjects. thank you.
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    Quote from zhapper2002

    I think BVNPT's still processing the applications, same thing as last year's. I got my eligibility and luckily passed my NCLEX-PN. Also @dragon_lady passed the exam as well. We're now LVN's. I think you shouldn't be worried You'll surely get your eligibility soon In my case, BVNPT sent me a form called DECLARATION OF NURSING EDUCATION wherein I put all the dates of my RLE rotations. After that, I got my eligibility. Think positive! You'll get that eligibility 'cause you deserve it though it's pretty tough to stand up from the CA-BON aftermath. I was really frustrated before when I was denied by CA-BON in 2011.
    Before i came here last June, i thought it was easy to get the eligibility for NCLEX RN. Then just a few days before our flight, I discovered this allnurses and the thread about international graduates being denied. It was so frustrating. If I would be denied for NCLEX PN, too. That would be too much. Haha!
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    Quote from dragon_lady
    You're very much welcome kabayan.Did i address you right?HE or SHE?I'm sorry about that.Just don't lose hope,this is only a trials for us international graduates.But with the help of our LORD,we'll get through it.Just pray and have faith in him.Good luck to us.I'm still waiting for the board's reply for my clinical cases.How long did it take to you before you receive your letter from the board?
    I'm a a registered nurse in the philippines and graduated at the university of mindanao. I'm kinda frightened and confused about that concurrency issue. I am about to take the NCLEX-RN here in washington. could you give me some advices or anything on how to be eligible to take NCLEX here in washington? like about the hours of RLE and subjects. thank you.


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