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- Mar 8, '12 by iibernardiiQuote from AlyssaKathleenHI, Still working on my Clinical Cases. I still have to request to registrar office. I wrote a letter to DEAN of Nursing to open up our situation here abroad particularly here in CA so that they will be aware of the issue and maybe they can do something about the Concurrency issue.Then what happened? Were your cases concurrent? Did you receive your eligibility? Please let me know.
I am thinking if I could send an alternative like clinical schedule, curriculum etc in lieu of clinical cases, just to get an eligibility. I have the CONCURRENT ISSUE!
- Mar 8, '12 by AlyssaKathleenQuote from iibernardiiThat's a good idea. I think I'll do the same and I hope our schools could do something about it. But there were some letters sent by schools to the BRN and still, they did not accept those explanations. Anyways, let's try.HI, Still working on my Clinical Cases. I still have to request to registrar office. I wrote a letter to DEAN of Nursing to open up our situation here abroad particularly here in CA so that they will be aware of the issue and maybe they can do something about the Concurrency issue.
- Mar 22, '12 by katrina borromeowhy are they so difficult? im about to mail my application but im scared!
im an american citizen living and educated in the philippines. ive chosen california as my state. ive got everything all set to mail. i've just got one more question, do i mail my fingercard in the same envelope as my application or separately? and if so, do i still mail it to the same address? help!!
- Mar 22, '12 by dragon_ladyPut your fingercard and application together.
- Apr 17, '12 by cath_27hi po.. is there anyone can help me what i do?Last edit by Silverdragon102 on Apr 17, '12 : Reason: Tagalog removed
- Apr 18, '12 by anne919few options that we have kabayan:
1. take NCLEX LPN in CA
2. retake the concurrency requirement in able to take the NCLEX RN in CA
3. have an evaluation thru CGFNS CES
4. apply to a different state for NCLEX RN
CA is not the end of our career, there are other states
- Jun 19, '12 by RmCU_nAhow do u apply for Nclex in another state if you are residing in CA???..i dont understand..someone clarify..
- Jun 21, '12 by Silverdragon102you apply to another state and meet their requirements for International trained. This however doesn't mean that you can endorse as CA will still require you to go through their process
- Sep 8, '12 by orangeportfoliohello there guys is this concurrent issue still prevailing? what other states would u recommend just in case i get denied by the CA Bon.. im quite expecting it already when i've read this thread
- Sep 8, '12 by steppybayQuote from orangeportfolioGood luck with your CA application! But if in the case of the terrible event, it does get denied, the answer to your question on which state is very easy to answer.hello there guys is this concurrent issue still prevailing? what other states would u recommend just in case i get denied by the CA Bon.. im quite expecting it already when i've read this thread
-- Which State besides the 13 states that are enforcing the concurrency issues would you want to find a job in the moment you pass the NCLEX? The state you plan to work/practice in with your family?
Also know that once you get your RN license, that it will not be able to transfer-endorse back into a State that is enforcing the concurrency rules, as that desired State will ask to exam the same exact college transcripts, that would have denied it anyways.
So don't waste your time and money to apply into one State then try to transfer-endorse even into the desired State, as you need to pay the fee$ twice and if that State requires the various English and transcripts evaluations, you're going to pay and have to do them anyways.
-- The FASTEST, the EASIEST and the CHEAPEST State to get your ATT and RN license is the first and original desired State you wanted to work in the first time, not hopping from one State to another. It makes no sense to go thru all these unneccessary steps.