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

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... Read More

  1. Visit  belagee12} profile page
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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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  3. Visit  Duke09} profile page
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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?
  4. Visit  dragon_lady} profile page
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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.
  5. Visit  belagee12} profile page
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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??
  6. Visit  steppybay} profile page
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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!
  7. Visit  belagee12} profile page
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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 :/
  8. Visit  ulna} profile page
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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.
  9. Visit  belagee12} profile page
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    Yes it is, but we can't let this stop us from pursuing our dreams!
    I just pm'd you my email address, please feel free to contact me anytime!
  10. Visit  steppybay} profile page
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    Quote from belagee12
    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 :/
    Start looking now, there's a 2-3 year plus waiting list and that's among the regular CA students. But there are some schools that do it by lottery now, but one must still pass certain requirements to be considered to be placed on the list.

    Some require high to very high GPA's or high pre-testing scores, brush up on basic math and English skills.

    Hang in there!
  11. Visit  steppybay} profile page
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    Quote from ulna
    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.
    Wait, what? If you're from the 2012 batch, it was thought by other posters here, that the CHED has already adjusted the curriculums to meet the CA BON requirements?

    The other posters of 2012 just recently applied into CA, but still awaiting for their answers, hope it's a better news.
  12. Visit  ulna} profile page
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    Haha thanks. I agree, we must not give up.
  13. Visit  ulna} profile page
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    Quote from steppybay
    Wait, what? If you're from the 2012 batch, it was thought by other posters here, that the CHED has already adjusted the curriculums to meet the CA BON requirements?

    The other posters of 2012 just recently applied into CA, but still awaiting for their answers, hope it's a better news.
    Subject-wise yes, but the cases, I don't think so. Though the cases have been shortened to just 3, being able to complete them within the time period of the subject was not implemented, at least in some schools.
  14. Visit  maria52181} profile page
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    Hi! can someone help me on this.. i also got denied for nclex-rn and im planning to take the LVN.. can someone help me understand how to apply for LVN exam, what method? i graduated last 2008 in the Philippines.. do i need to submit my HS diploma? thanks for your help


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