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- Feb 9, '12 by nursewholikesnursingyeah... 99 percent of us. haha! the brn supposedly makes changes yearly without prior notice. i dont know. but, the outlook is gloomy for us who are foreign graduates. what im doing right now... a lot of research about what everyone else who is in the same predicament is doing. haha! and yeah, what they mean by concurrency is that you have to finish both clinical and theory at the same time... the thing is we did take them concurrently but clinicals are pretty hard for us to complete along with theory cause of lack of patients, or too much students. or just... plain unlucky. lol thus, our fate. right now, im also looking into going back to school... which according to my calculations is going to cost me real big money. so... umm. yeah, good luck to us.
- Feb 9, '12 by nursewholikesnursingtheres this idea though that you can try... another poster here mentioned it... she asked if anyone has tried contacting their schools and have them explain to the CABON the reason our clinical and theory are not concurrent. it might work. lol
- Feb 9, '12 by retetestisYeah, i also read that post but I lost track of it. Do you know the name of the poster?Yes, that might work, hopefully. I also have an idea. Someone told me, I can contact my school and make them switch the clinical rotations according to the theory class, then for formality, let someone have the clinical instructors sign the form. But I already mailed mine. =/
And from what I've read here, others are having a hard time looking for schools which only offer classes of their deficiency (OB and MS).
- Feb 10, '12 by Ginger's MomQuote from retetestisDo you think that is ethical? Falsifying a record is illegal.Yeah, i also read that post but I lost track of it. Do you know the name of the poster?Yes, that might work, hopefully. I also have an idea. Someone told me, I can contact my school and make them switch the clinical rotations according to the theory class, then for formality, let someone have the clinical instructors sign the form. But I already mailed mine. =/And from what I've read here, others are having a hard time looking for schools which only offer classes of their deficiency (OB and MS).
- Feb 10, '12 by retetestisYes. Sorry for that. Should not have thought about it. Don't do it, it's unethical. Don't take the risk. Let's just comply to their new requirement.
- Feb 10, '12 by nursewholikesnursingyeah.. lol thats the reason were in this mess in the first place lol... those people who subscribe to short cuts. giving us honest ones a bad rep. pfft. really frustrating.
- Feb 10, '12 by nursewholikesnursingbut that other posters suggestion... has anyone actually tried that? hm... i might try it if none of you are willing. lol it will only take a phone call. try it people. and then update!
- Feb 14, '12 by erick_17hello co-filipino nurses from phil. and US, im erick BSN graduated from phil. and RN also.. Im livin now in CA for almost 3 years. Out of curiousity i challenged the NCLEX- PN and luckily i passed that exam..now im working as hospice nurse to a hospice company..Now im planning to take the NCLEX-Rn then i heard that issue arise from this forum im afraid that my application will deny because of that..pls. advise me guys..
- Feb 14, '12 by erick_17@stacey, why you dont try the NCLEX- PN im sure you can pass that exam. Im LVN but im RN too in phil. the concept almost the same in NCLEX-RN but NCLEX- LVN more on basic type which is easier..
- Feb 14, '12 by iamfromstacatalina@erick_17 : hi erick... i am also in the same dilemma with the rest of our kababayan's here...im still in the process of completing my other additional requirements as requested by CA BON for my Nclex-rn exam and im not quite sure what will be the outcome and am thinking right now about Nclex-LVN...hope you dont mind asking me of their requirements and the processing time...thanks a lot..