Problem applying nclex in california - page 14

hello, i am an foreign graduate and an RN from philippines. i migrated here in california last nov 11 and was planning to take nclex here but when i submit all my requirements they told me that i am... Read More

  1. Visit  greenjungle profile page
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    Philippine graduates will be avoiding California. And as demand for foreign nurses has become history, Philippine nursing migration will also cease into the USA.
  2. Visit  jill25 profile page
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    Quote from tarapm
    hello!

    last 2011, I was denied by cali brn to take the nclex. I then applied in a different state, got my license and now I'm working in a medsurg floor, soon I'll be on my first year of being a medsurg RN. Just curious, will Cali BRN still require me to take medsurg classes like before in 2011 even if I already have experience as a medsurg RN? I remember they want me to take classes and clinicals for medsurg and pedia. Thank you!
    Hi, in what state did you apply for exam? Thanks
  3. Visit  pam_sim1489 profile page
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    Hi, im a BSN graduate from the philippines batch 2009. I failed the nclex rn in cali last 2010 and now i am no longer eligible to retake because of the concurrency issue.
    I am a us citizen and was never licensed in my country of education, i never worked as a nurse.
    Do you think i will be eligible to take nclex rn in oregon and florida? Please help me..thankyou!
  4. Visit  kbartolome profile page
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    Quote from pam_sim1489
    Do you think i will be eligible to take nclex rn in oregon and florida?
    Oregon uses CGFNS. I applied for Oregon and the credentials passed through.. i have yet to apply for the board though..
  5. Visit  francinated profile page
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    Do you think they would credit and consider hospital experience for nclex application?
  6. Visit  steppybay profile page
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    Quote from francinated
    Do you think they would credit and consider hospital experience for nclex application?
    Nope, they will ALWAYS require full documentation of your college transcripts. There have been others with years of paid RN experience in other countries, they mention 5-10 plus years and there's no credit given or consideration towards the taking the NCLEX. Everyone must meet the CA BRN (or any other states for that matter) minimum educational requirements.

    You could try it, of course, but just know that they will not give you back any of the application fees, then you have up to 3 year's to submit a complete application package or it will be considered abandoned.
  7. Visit  NeenersRN profile page
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    Has anyone had any luck of finding a school to fulfill these deficiencies? I just need an OB class.
  8. Visit  13grad71 profile page
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    Quote from NeenersRN
    Has anyone had any luck of finding a school to fulfill these deficiencies? I just need an OB class.
    If you apply in an ADN program that go by points, you may have luck and get in and finish the 2 years before you even find a program that will offer that one class u need. I have a friend who graduated from overseas and she had the same issue. She applied for a points ADN program and she just finished her 3 rd semester and will be graduating this Dec. Just some option that you may consider. It sucks but at least you are moving forward.
  9. Visit  tinah,RN profile page
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    Hi Rahani,

    did you finally sort everything out yet?... I am hoping to take the NCLEX in CA as well

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