Just applied for NCLEX-RN (2012) Foreign Graduates! - page 3
Hi there! :wavey: I just applied for NCLEX-RN here in Cali, just today. Sent every paperwork and fees needed as stated by the BON in this site www.rn.ca.gov. I am a naturalized U.S. citizen who graduated nursing in Adventist... Read More
- 0Sep 25, '12 by steppybayQuote from kittenkaboodleNope, NV was just listed on the concurrency list, as they just seemed to have enforced it very recently. I think soon, FL and TX will be coming up in the neat future. So hurry, hurry, hurry before the majority of the popular States starts to enforce the rules.i dont want to waste time and MONEY going back to school for CA nclex... 1-2 yrs? ridiculous! unless you have no choice but to stay in CA. There are still some states thast don't have this concurrency issue.. one of them is nevada.
Here's the link: http://allnurses.com/nurse-registrat...249-page4.html
It's on the Sept. 24 thread.
- 012:11 am by jack2014For those Foreign RN graduate, there is always hope , i maybe a few that got into deficiency program , unfortunately i am the first and the last person that they offer the program in my school, Currently I receive mail from BON that allow me to take the NCLEX, but my school nursing department need to provide the break down of the class base on the transcript and i decided to wait until my school completed their part. Of course it is not cheap i spent about 15k for all 4 classes (OB, MEd surg, Peds, and Psych).
My advice is call all the school on the BON approval list even for Master degree approval school and don't stop trying. BTW I graduated from PH in 2011