Philippine Graduate; Ineligible for Ca NCLEX-RN-- Other options?? - page 2

by belagee12 10,693 Views | 33 Comments

Hey Everyone! Along with many other foreign-graduated nurses, I was deemed ineligible to take the NCLEX exam for the state of california :( You could only imagine my disappointment and frustration after i opened that letter.... Read More


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    Quote from dragon_lady
    Yes I'm taking Ca LPN exam.Regarding your application,fill out method 3,application form,record of nursing program,record of conviction form,new set of live scan.Forget about the experience or employment verification form.Enclose the copy of both high school and college diploma and the $150 fee.
    About the transfer of school documents,mAke a written request,put your file number on it,put your signature,and the $30 fee.I heard someone here who didn't pay for it.,Ask your analyst first if he/she can transfer your documents free of charge
    Congrats on getting your ATT for the LPN exam!
    Should i inquire for the transfer of my documents and wait for them to be transferred first before filling out my application for the LVN exam? Yes, i think i read that in a different thread, her analyst didnt charge her for it
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    Quote from Duke09
    hello belagee12,


    sorry to hear about your application . i had the same feeling like 3 weeks ago. the first thing i did was check in the internet what was the RN concurrency issue, and it lead me into this forum. just try to browse some more about which category youll gonna fall and then follow their advices. these guys here are very helpful and nice.
    I called the BON yesterday and i told them my situation that i cannot take the make up class and then they will give you the advice that take the LVN-RN route,i ask them about my documents,they said that they can transfer it but ill have to make a request and have to pay. right now im trying to complete my requirements for the LVN and hopefully it will work just fine...

    Just like what was dragon_lady says "Keep up our hopes, God Bless and Good luck" for all of us!

    keep us updated
    did you graduate batch 2012?

    I'm sorry about yours as well, same thing happened to me-- got my letter of ineligibility, researched it, and my web browsing lead me to this great site A lot of people can share their experiences, give their support as well as some well-thought advice and facts.

    We should all keep pushing for our dreams, this is just a bump in the road, we just need to keep going!
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    Quote from belagee12

    Congrats on getting your ATT for the LPN exam!
    Should i inquire for the transfer of my documents and wait for them to be transferred first before filling out my application for the LVN exam? Yes, i think i read that in a different thread, her analyst didnt charge her for it
    Thank you!Send your application and requirements to the BVN first then call your analyst after a week or 2 if he/she can transfer your documents free of charge,if not,just send a written request and the fee.
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    But would you have to send in 150$ first? I'm kinda scared to send anymore money
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    i graduated batch 2010 in the Philippines. and i got here in the US 2011 and apply for the NCLEX-RN then got the ineligibility last month and now working on my documents to submit to the BVNPT.
    i think you should include your payment also to the BVNPT together with your application. anyway your not gonna send cash right?
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    Quote from Duke09
    i graduated batch 2010 in the Philippines. and i got here in the US 2011 and apply for the NCLEX-RN then got the ineligibility last month and now working on my documents to submit to the BVNPT.
    i think you should include your payment also to the BVNPT together with your application. anyway your not gonna send cash right?
    Do not send cash,just check or money order.
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    Hey guys, i was thinking about challenging the LVN exam, but i am going to try to find a school first that would allow me to enroll for only 2 subjects, I tried SFSU so far, and no luck They have like 600-800 applicants and can allow only 80 slots, so they would prioritize students who were enrolling for the whole program. Does anyone know of a school in SFO that would allow you to enroll for only two subjects??
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    Quote from belagee12
    Hey guys, i was thinking about challenging the LVN exam, but i am going to try to find a school first that would allow me to enroll for only 2 subjects, I tried SFSU so far, and no luck They have like 600-800 applicants and can allow only 80 slots, so they would prioritize students who were enrolling for the whole program. Does anyone know of a school in SFO that would allow you to enroll for only two subjects??
    Hi, there:

    Read my posting dated Sept. 17 on two schools but they are not in the Nor Cal area.

    http://allnurses.com/nurse-registrat...314-page3.html

    You will find out about what you found out about SFSU in my Sept. 28 posting. Good luck!
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    As i read on i feel more and more discouraged that i'll find a school here. Now i really am considering just challenging the LVN exam, then enrolling in an LVN to RN program :/
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    Hi Belagee12, are you from batch 2012 too? So am I, though my school has yet to send the application. The concurrency issue definitely is discouraging. Would it be okay to get your email? You live in NorCal, maybe we can exchange school information in case. Haha.


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