Registered nurse in the Philippines challenging the CNA examination.

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    Hi, I just want to know if anyone out there who has tried challenging the CNA examination not going over the CNA training program?I'm refering to those Registered Nurses in the PH. If anyone has tried please give me a hint how were you able to take the examination.
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    You don't have to go for a training. Just go challenge it directly.
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    Are you by chance an RN with a BSN degree from the Phils? If so, not just apply to become an LVN or LPN, different States call it differently, but the pay is much more than a CNA and then, one day, you can become a USRN, assuming you can meet whatever the State's requirements you're in.

    Most States will require a SSN to apply in any nursing program and for sure before starting to work in any facililty.
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    Quote from jwobtinalla
    You don't have to go for a training. Just go challenge it directly.
    As i was browsing the net. Yes I saw that I can challenge the CNA examination but then should i take the written examination only or i have to take both the written examination and skills examination as well.
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    you can mira. just call the california department of public health and then theyll gave you the requiremnts. and then fill up the forms and then they'r going to approved it or not and then send you the certificate that you can take the test both written and skills..
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    you have to pass both the written and the skill exam before gving the certificate that your an cna
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    i am an rn in the philippines and just migrated here in cali.. and will apply in the nclex exam but im not eligible.. so sad im planning to take the LVN but i dont know how to? im i eligible to take the LVN exam? or just apply to another state aside from CA? i know lots of you guys also experienced what i experienced right now.. any opinion? appreciate the help that youll do
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    Quote from handsomenurse2012
    i am an rn in the philippines and just migrated here in cali.. and will apply in the nclex exam but im not eligible.. so sad im planning to take the LVN but i dont know how to? im i eligible to take the LVN exam? or just apply to another state aside from CA? i know lots of you guys also experienced what i experienced right now.. any opinion? appreciate the help that youll do
    Of course you are qualified to take the NCLEX-PN.You have to apply under the method 3 which is the equivalency.Browse the bvnpt website and you'll see all the requirements there.Good luck
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    Quote from handsomenurse2012
    i am an rn in the philippines and just migrated here in cali.. and will apply in the nclex exam but im not eligible.. so sad im planning to take the LVN but i dont know how to? im i eligible to take the LVN exam? or just apply to another state aside from CA? i know lots of you guys also experienced what i experienced right now.. any opinion? appreciate the help that youll do

    what was the reason why you were not eligible for taking the NCLEX?-RN
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    Quote from MiraLaccay
    Hi, I just want to know if anyone out there who has tried challenging the CNA examination not going over the CNA training program?I'm refering to those Registered Nurses in the PH. If anyone has tried please give me a hint how were you able to take the examination.
    hello! Im an RN in the phil just migrated here in California. I want to challenge the CNA exam.. Can someone explain this to me im a little bit confused. thank you----- An official, sealed transcript of training (students can substitute the transcript with a sealed letter on official school letterhead listing equivalent training in at least "fundamentals of nursing". The letter must include the completion date(s) of training).


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