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I graduated BSN in the Philippines 2007 After taking the exam 2x they re-evaluate my application and found out that i did not qualify to take the exam. I found out that my cases did not meet there... Read More

  1. Visit  jasonbata2 profile page
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    where do you work ,bai? how much per rate hospice? for lvn? would you recommend to go nursing home for 6 months then apply?
    thanks... I have submiited my declaration form last month , how long does the lvn ca will reply?
  2. Visit  westcoastguy profile page
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    Quote from jasonbata2
    where do you work ,bai? how much per rate hospice? for lvn? would you recommend to go nursing home for 6 months then apply?
    thanks... I have submiited my declaration form last month , how long does the lvn ca will reply?
    Go read in this forum.
  3. Visit  westcoastguy profile page
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    Quote from iamnurse68
    did anyone tried endorsing their RN license for RN in Ca and got denied, then tried applying for LVN??? IF you're already an RN in other states and wish to transfer to CA, will you still need to take the LVN exam? It's just so frustrating that even though you're already an RN in other states, you still need to step down and grab the LVN license instead just because of the new concurrency issue.=(
    If you RN in other state sad to say you cant endorse your license here in CA as long you meet the requirements you can endorse it.

    In the other hand if you want to work as LVN. Ofcourse you have take LVN exam here in CA.

    RN license in other state is different in LVN license here in CA and also to other state.
  4. Visit  NRSKarenRN profile page
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    Each Board of Nursing has specific requirements that must be met. There are now nine states that are enforcing concurrency regulations:
    Classroom education for nursing courses needs to have clinical experiences occurring during same semester.

    Requirements for LPN education and RN are different--- only about 1/3 of BON will allow RN graduates to take LPN license exam California is one of them. Since budget cuts in Calif. and elsewhere, staff to process applications decreased. There are two boards in CA: 1 for RN's, another 1 for LPN and Psych technicians. AN members reporting about 3 wait for credential review and ATI approval.
  5. Visit  orchidgee profile page
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    Here are the reason why CA BON is very strict now to all Filipino grads.

    [FONT=lucida grande]Filipino Nurses trying to get their license, please read.
    Press Release - California Department of Consumer Affairs[FONT=lucida grande],Press Release - California Department of Consumer Affairs
  6. Visit  KimPangilinanDomingo profile page
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    Hi stacey05 I too graduated in 2007 from the same institution, so I'm betting I'll get rejected too. But What did they instruct you to do to qualify? And about the clinical cases, how were you able to get those? I wrote to the IN a few weeks ago but all I got was this:

    "You did not submit the PRC cases in the Institute right? So we could not provide you any copy.
    You may ask the PRC if they still have your copy.
    Thank you. "

    sounds as though it was a ******** child who wrote the reply email, doesn't it?
  7. Visit  mitchy12 profile page
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    i also graduated in feu batch2011 ... am i eligible to take the nclex-pn?
  8. Visit  Esme12 profile page
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    Quote from mitchy12
    i also graduated in feu batch2011 ... am i eligible to take the nclex-pn?
    You have been answered in another thread.......and only the board can answer that question after they evaluate your schooling
    You apply to BVNPT for licensing as an LVN by examination. BVNPT evaluates your application & credentials and if eligible instructs Pearson Vue to issue the ATT. In order to take the NCLEX you must register with Pearson Vue and pay $200 (additional fees if testing outside US) registration fee to take the NCLEX. Once the ATT is issued you can schedule to take the NCLEX.

    However the registration is only valid for a finite period of time and if BVNPT does not issue permission to test because still evaluating your application (right now for IENs it's 9-12 month delay from submission of application to approval) you will lose the $200 registration fee.

    Once pay application fee to BVNPT, pay registration fee & pass NCLEX-PN, you then wait for letter from BVNPT stating you passed and return the form to BVNPT with the licensing fee and your LVN license will be issued.

    If you never register & pay Pearson Vue you cannot schedule and take the NCLEX. You can likely wait 3-6 months before registering with Pearson Vue as there is a backlog in assessing IENs applying for VN licensing by examination via the alternate method of equivalent education and/or experience. (As opposed to graduating from a school of practical/vocational nursing. )
  9. Visit  erick17 profile page
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    It so sad to hear that applying for LVN exam is hard right now. when i apply the CA LVN exam it was fast and easy but i have some bumps while waiting for my exam result they required me to pass some papers like philippine license but i forget the other papers any way then after a week i received the result that i passed the exam. that was may 2011. but sad to say I'm also one of the denied applicant because of concurrency issues..but thanks god i have a full time job right now..
  10. Visit  erick17 profile page
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    hi hjreid. first get the application form online in BVNPT site then write the letter to endorse your requirements from CA RN to BVNPT and its free so you its time and cost saving..

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