Nevada NCLEX (New) Requirement Physical Assessment Course for Foreign Graduates - page 6

hello, although i come here often, i'm not a very active poster because i saw how bad some arguments end up. but i felt this information was very important to share with all of you. i am a bsn... Read More

  1. Visit  Silverdragon102 profile page
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    Quote from Kuyafern
    hey, i just received an email from CGFNS today saying that they've received my transcripts and it's ready for evaluation. It's taking way too long.
    Average time for CES to be issued is 4-6 months
  2. Visit  Johnzgob profile page
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    Hi to all,

    I recently graduated and Passed the RN exam back in PI and currently applying for NCLEX-RN in NV. My question is do they need my transcripts from High school? My College where i got my BSN degree is only sending my transcript which was the only document CGFNS-CES required.

    still waiting.. im a worried about the things ive read in this post.
  3. Visit  Kuyafern profile page
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    Hi there,

    For CGFNS CES I believe that high school transcripts and diploma is not required since it is not for further education and for professional report and only a course by course evaluation. They waived my requirement for high school.

    Quote from Johnzgob
    Hi to all,

    I recently graduated and Passed the RN exam back in PI and currently applying for NCLEX-RN in NV. My question is do they need my transcripts from High school? My College where i got my BSN degree is only sending my transcript which was the only document CGFNS-CES required.

    still waiting.. im a worried about the things ive read in this post.
  4. Visit  johnybhoi24 profile page
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    Do you guys know how's the nursing demand in Nevada? Im thinking to endorse my license in Nevada instead of California
  5. Visit  Kuyafern profile page
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    hey there johnybhoi, i responded to your thread just a minute ago. Where do you hold a license in the US?
    Quote from johnybhoi24
    Do you guys know how's the nursing demand in Nevada? Im thinking to endorse my license in Nevada instead of California
  6. Visit  johnybhoi24 profile page
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    I have it at the state of new mexico kuyafern.. I also have LVN license here in CA
  7. Visit  heyprincesshey profile page
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    I'm quite confused with the application procedure. Please help me, I've got a few questions. AT present, my school submitted all the necessary requirements for CGFNS Evaluation, CGFNS status claims that they have not received any.

    1. From what I undestood, Nevada requires us to have IELTS/TOEFL certification? After completing it, where are we supposed to mail the results of the proficiency Exam? Is it with CGFNS or with the NV-BON?

    2. I have not submitted an application to NV-BON. Should I do that now while waiting for my CGFNS evaluation?

    3. Is it better to be physically present in Nevada for the fingerprinting or can I just send them that?

    Thanks a lot! Your replies will be very much appreciated.
  8. Visit  steppybay profile page
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    Credit goes to Starleviosa, who got thru the NV BON, but also recognize that this was just before NV started to look closer at the same concurrency problem (of the other 14 or so States), so proceed with caution, knowing this factor and that any and all fees sent are non-refundable, whether or not, you get approved or rejected.

    1. ordered cgfns-ces online. $335. you can choose to have the $500 expedited one, you'll have results in 10 days. i just took the regular one.
    2. corresponded with my school so they can forward my transcript and breakdown of hours in my subjects needed by cgfns.
    3. livescan fingerprinting $65. and mailed my application downloaded from the nevada brn website. $100
    4. scheduled my english proficiency exam. i took the toefl $175. you can also take ielts. i chose toefl because i have to wait 2 months for the next available date in ielts, while with toefl i was able to take it in a week.
    5. afterwhich cgfns notified me that my credentials were already sent to nv brn, i contacted the board and asked about my application.
    6. they said im eligible and told me to pay $200 at pearsonvue.com/nclex whenever im ready. once you pay, you're required to take it within 3 months.

    Good luck everyone!
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  9. Visit  heyprincesshey profile page
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    Thanks Steppybay! Hope we can all get through this.
  10. Visit  Banini07 profile page
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    Hi! Just wanna know if anyone here has applied for nclex nevada just this october? Thankyou)
  11. Visit  perioddrama profile page
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    Of note, starting Jan. 1, 2013, for internationally educated graduates, "The Education Advisory Committee approved the International Graduate Policy which will require that applicants obtain licensure in their country of nursing education in order to become eligible to take the NCLEX for licensure in Nevada." source
  12. Visit  heyprincesshey profile page
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    We've been hearing that concurrency issues are now being raised in NV specifically that which includes a PA subject. I'm quite sure that most of us who are educated in foreign countries may have a major subject which has a different course title or wherein PA was incorporated. I was just wondering, are we in the position to speak to our CGFNS evaluators regarding that or inquire about the status of our CES reports? Heeeheee.
  13. Visit  Kjcarlos profile page
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    Hello jinxedminx! Are you taking the certain courses they are asking you to take? Im planning to apply in nevada bon as i had been declined here in california. Its heart breaking so i really wanna make sure bout the next step i would take. My other option is texas!


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