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Denied by CABON now to take LVN.. - page 29

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  sasyone profile page
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    Just remember, the BVNPT did not get funds to hire more people to handle all the denials from the RN Board so they are at 4 months right now. I asked my friend about something someone posted earlier. If you graduated before 2005, you don't need a Declaration as internet and distance learning wasn't so common back then.
  2. Visit  areesh23 profile page
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    Quote from sasyone
    Just remember, the BVNPT did not get funds to hire more people to handle all the denials from the RN Board so they are at 4 months right now. I asked my friend about something someone posted earlier. If you graduated before 2005, you don't need a Declaration as internet and distance learning wasn't so common back then.
    So you mean to say wait for 4 months for the eligibility and another 2months for the declaration???
  3. Visit  Dcmom profile page
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    im missing out! haha! what Declaration is that? i did not know we need such a thing .
  4. Visit  Halen21 profile page
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    emailed bvnpt just today and they said they're currently working on applications dated 11/13/2012. Goodluck to us waiting guys!
  5. Visit  steppybay profile page
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    Quote from sasyone
    Just remember, the BVNPT did not get funds to hire more people to handle all the denials from the RN Board so they are at 4 months right now. I asked my friend about something someone posted earlier. If you graduated before 2005, you don't need a Declaration as internet and distance learning wasn't so common back then.
    Did your contact friend at the BVNPT say anything about the same type of concurrency item that's listed on the actual BVNPT website but not being enforced and might that happen one day soon?

    Here's that link: BVNPT - Unapproved Nursing Programs

    The Board cannot qualify an applicant to take the NCLEX, or to be licensed, after completion of an unapproved nursing program, even if the unapproved nursing program represented to the student that it was approved. Therefore, an applicant who attended one of these programs, found eligible by another state to take the examination, and successfully passed the examination is not eligible for licensure in California.
    Indicators that the program may be unapproved or cannot be deemed equivalent:

    • The program is not listed on the Board's website as an approved vocational nursing program or on the California Board of Registered Nursing website as an approved registered nursing program.
    • Lack of proof of accreditation in California (i.e., documentation from the Board verifying a specified period of accreditation). (The nursing program may tell you that it is approved.)
    • Lack of a course syllabus for each course taught.
    • Lack of information regarding credentials for each program instructor that comply with the Vocational Nursing Regulations in California.
    • Representation of online, distance, and/or blended instruction.
    • Representation that transcripts and/or degrees will be issued by an out-of-state or international program rather than the program where instruction is provided.
    • Lack of concrete information regarding clinical instruction, such as the location of the clinical instruction or that clinical instruction is to be completed abroad.
    • Lack of concurrent instruction of theory and clinical practice.
  6. Visit  Halen21 profile page
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    Quote from steppybay

    Did your contact friend at the BVNPT say anything about the same type of concurrency item that's listed on the actual BVNPT website but not being enforced and might that happen one day soon?

    Here's that link: BVNPT - Unapproved Nursing Programs

    The Board cannot qualify an applicant to take the NCLEX, or to be licensed, after completion of an unapproved nursing program, even if the unapproved nursing program represented to the student that it was approved. Therefore, an applicant who attended one of these programs, found eligible by another state to take the examination, and successfully passed the examination is not eligible for licensure in California.
    Indicators that the program may be unapproved or cannot be deemed equivalent:

    [*]The program is not listed on the Board's website as an approved vocational nursing program or on the California Board of Registered Nursing website as an approved registered nursing program.[*]Lack of proof of accreditation in California (i.e., documentation from the Board verifying a specified period of accreditation). (The nursing program may tell you that it is approved.)[*]Lack of a course syllabus for each course taught.[*]Lack of information regarding credentials for each program instructor that comply with the Vocational Nursing Regulations in California.[*]Representation of online, distance, and/or blended instruction.[*]Representation that transcripts and/or degrees will be issued by an out-of-state or international program rather than the program where instruction is provided.[*]Lack of concrete information regarding clinical instruction, such as the location of the clinical instruction or that clinical instruction is to be completed abroad.[*]Lack of concurrent instruction of theory and clinical practice.
    waaah where did you get this info?
  7. Visit  idreamtobeaNURSE profile page
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    Quote from dragon_lady
    I used Saunders 5th Ed(RN) for my content,Kaplan on demand,NCSBN learning ext,exam cram and I used Saunders PN(pink)for my practice questions.After you finish and understand well your content,practice lots of questions at least 100-200/ day and read,understand the rationales..Good luck
    hi dragonlady and everyone here.. i just took my nclex vn and i checked the pvt trick and it says our records indicate..contact the board... does this mean i pass?
  8. Visit  dragon_lady profile page
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    Congrats nurse!That's a good pop up.
  9. Visit  idreamtobeaNURSE profile page
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    Quote from dragon_lady
    Congrats nurse!That's a good pop up.
    hi, if i pass how long will i get official result in computer?
  10. Visit  dragon_lady profile page
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    You have to wait for your result in 2-3 week.If you receive your result,sign and send it back together with your $150 license fee.Then wait for another 2 or maybe 3 weeks to see your name online and receive your license card.
  11. Visit  steppybay profile page
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    Quote from Halen21
    waaah where did you get this info?
    Please re-read the first section of my comments (go back to my March 9th comment).....it's STRAIGHT from the BVNPT own website....the BVNPT does HAVE a CONCURRENCY RULE!! So that means at any time and day or month or year, the LVN requirement can be ENFORCED and without any prior notice as it's CLEARLY stated in their website and somewhere in their policy.

    In fact, it's the very LAST section of the possible unapproved nursing program of the BVNPT website.

    I was asking the other poster with a friend inside the BVNPT if she knows if there are any plans to one day do what the CA BON has been enforcing.

    Get in your applications quickly and pray they don't start closing off this door also into CA.

    AGAIN..here's that link....CLICK HERE: http://www.bvnpt.ca.gov/education/un...programs.shtml
    Last edit by steppybay on Mar 14, '13 : Reason: ++ info
  12. Visit  rstamaria2011 profile page
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    hello dragon lady, btw im ron, nurse from the phi too. just got a letter being denied by BRN. so i decided to take the lvn route, if you don't mind can i ask u a question?? since i dont have a employment history/ verification, do i have to pass the form or just leave it blank. and what is nursing experience form? thank u kabayan hope u see this msg. god bless
  13. Visit  lucus_clyne profile page
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    Quote from areesh23
    Batch 2012, still no update with the NCLEX RN application?
    My classmate just got her nclex-rn in florida, waited for 4 months and passed this february. Now, she's working as RN in florida. Also, my other classmate applied for NCLEX-RN in New Jersey, just don't know if she already got it.


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