Fastest state to give/approve eligibility - page 4

Im a Foreign Graduate Nurse from PI. Just want to ask What state replied or give eligibility so fast? thanks... Read More

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    ToRpeng.R.N oh good. i already applied for hawaii a week ago i expedited my CES report it was ready on the 18th of this month, im still waiting word from hawaii, im still scared that i might get denied. how is the passing rate there in hawaii is it as hard as california nclex?

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    Hmmmm... All nclex questions are the same no matter which state yo take it. Itwill really depend on the takers itself but i can tell you now that majority those who applied for hawaii always got their papers approve.. Hawaii depends on th ces report for evaluation.. If they dont see any problem with the ces chance are good..
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    ToRpeng.R.N ok thank you so much for the info.
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    Quote from ToRpeng.R.N
    i believe most states except Cali requires like CGFN for the CES or IELTS, or sometimes the TOEFL..if you were denied in california, you next best bet is either TExas or Hawaii...both states ONLY require CES and hawaii's application is only $40 texas is around $140...if you hve processed your CES and everything is OK then i would suggest take Hawaii because they're not that hard when it comes to eligibility, they'll send you the letter one week after receiving the report from CES
    Hi, TorpengRN, I recently applied to Cali Board of Nursing but unfortunately got denied due to concurrency issue. Im interested in applying to Texas but I read that there's a jurisprudence exam and if you graduated more than two years without experience you have to attend a refresher course? Is it true? i really want to know more infos regarding applying to Texas. If you could only help me I will really appreciate. Thanks 😊
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    Quote from nerie018
    Hi, TorpengRN, I recently applied to Cali Board of Nursing but unfortunately got denied due to concurrency issue. Im interested in applying to Texas but I read that there's a jurisprudence exam and if you graduated more than two years without experience you have to attend a refresher course? Is it true? i really want to know more infos regarding applying to Texas. If you could only help me I will really appreciate. Thanks 
    Have you tried reading the state BON website? All relevant info will be there. Also wat state do you plan on working in?
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    Is there anybody here that is a philippines nursing graduate that got approved to take the exam at texas after being denied by cali BON? Thanks a lot..
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    Quote from phoebeegiron16
    Is there anybody here that is a philippines nursing graduate that got approved to take the exam at texas after being denied by cali BON? Thanks a lot..
    Yes, many several have and some even reported getting their first RN job there. So far, it seems that's the only state whereby recent NCLEX-RN passers have been getting good luck and these are not clinical or dialysis center jobs, but hospital jobs (don't most Phils prefer that?).

    Look under the step-by-step instructions thread for the TX requirements and you'll see it's there.

    The question do you wish to work and practice in TX as soon as you pass the NCLEX-RN like they did or plan to endorse (and to where and why)?
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    Um, what?!

    these are not clinical or dialysis center jobs, but hospital jobs (don't most Phils prefer that?).
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    Quote from BuckyBadgerRN
    Um, what?!

    these are not clinical or dialysis center jobs, but hospital jobs (don't most Phils prefer that?).
    Yes, there are two more "frequent" posters, troikaenerio and FlamingWallFlower, who have commented that they both are now working as RN's in TX (I think both have either no paid hospital experience and or just had some volunteer time in the Phils hospital. There have been a couple of other PH posters (not so frequent) who reported they too are employed in a TX hospital in a new grad position or maybe as a RN1 job.

    I think one is in suburb of TX but not sure of the others, I'm thinking probably in the rural areas where US grads may not want to work in for whatever reasons. Maybe these posters can chime in if they see this and can update themselves.


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