Military Nursing in the Philippines - page 3

I am currently a 3rd year nursing student studying in UPHR-Las Pinas. I need help researching for information about Military Nursing in the Philippines. Can anyone please these questions for me?... Read More

  1. Visit  king1srael profile page
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    yes. those who got below 80% are to be given a 100-item exam. thoase who got 80 and above will be given a set of 35.. that's what I've read from the previous posts
  2. Visit  yrban profile page
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    Hi good day everyone I'm interested to join in nurse corps, but the problem is I'm from zamboanga, do I need to go to manila to apply at camp aguinaldo? or there's a place here or near zamboanga that I could apply?thanks for the reply...
  3. Visit  yrban profile page
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    and btw do they accept w/ height of 5'3'' 1/2 ..I've read on http://www.afp.mil.ph/otcn/application.htm that they accept ht 64 inch for males its 5'3'' 1/3 i guess..
  4. Visit  yrban profile page
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    and BTW are they accepting w/ height of 5'3'' 1/2?
  5. Visit  idiotbox1006 profile page
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    hi, good day everyone.. i really need for your advice.. im having my exam at nulwagang valdez this coming december 15.. i would like to know if the exam have a topic of OB and Psychiatric diseases??? pls reply to this post... it would be a really big help for me since i only have a short time to review... thanks and i will really appreciate it.. peace out!!!
  6. Visit  frituplus profile page
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    Hi to all fellow nurses following this thread! I recently went to OTCN to submit my requirements for military nursing. I was politely assisted by the personnel in charge. I told her as of now, I am still waiting for my PRC license due to the late release in provincial offices. But as a proof that I passed the July 3&4 NLE, I attached the Board Rating Certificate and Certificate of Passing along with other requirements. She told me that they really need a photo copy of the license and I told her I will furnish her a copy as soon as it is available. After that she told me to register with details such as name, address, contact number, board rating, height, civil status, school attended to and year graduated etc. She also asked me whether I am wearing eyeglasses and I told her I do not use one. After which she told me to patiently wait for her SMS telling me the date of my exam. She even added that it might take a while to receive a message coming from the office since they are still accommodating those who applied since 2010. What really surprised me was that she did not get the folder containing my credentials and just told me to bring them (together with the license if it is already available) during my scheduled date of examination. Do you also have the same experiences? Thanks.
    Your reply is very much appreciated. Let us all aim high!
  7. Visit  reichann profile page
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    Good day to all. I had my exam at camp aguinaldo last year,and i don't know if i passed the exam or not. they told me to wait for a call that will confirm if i passed,but until now i haven't received anything yet. Does it really take that long. I tried sending message and calling but still no replies. thank you.. Your reply is very much appreciated. God bless to all of us.
  8. Visit  mary221 profile page
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    yes i had a same experience. But then I applied last 2010, and until now i haven't received any messages..haha=)
  9. Visit  kiko123 profile page
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    good day!!

    is there a max grade of eyeglasses? i have 300 grade of eyeglasses both eyes.
    thx for the reply!
  10. Visit  josh_datskie profile page
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    For public information that military nursing career in the philippines involve the "PALAKASAN" system in which even if you are highly qualified for the position if there is no one will back up your application in which somebody in the AFP or government officials as "NINONG" you will have no chance of being considered as military nurse. That is why corruption in the AFP still exist because of this old and rotten system. Hopefully with the change of the new administration with the leadership of President Benigno Aquino this wrong practices will be eradicated.
  11. Visit  nurseharbee profile page
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    Quote from josh_datskie
    For public information that military nursing career in the philippines involve the "PALAKASAN" system in which even if you are highly qualified for the position if there is no one will back up your application in which somebody in the AFP or government officials as "NINONG" you will have no chance of being considered as military nurse. That is why corruption in the AFP still exist because of this old and rotten system. Hopefully with the change of the new administration with the leadership of President Benigno Aquino this wrong practices will be eradicated.

    1000% agree
  12. Visit  remykun profile page
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    can anyone tell me if there is an online application?

    im from south cotabato and i don't have the money to cover for the expenses of applying personally... hope 4 a reply... tnx
  13. Visit  mrvoldy profile page
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    good day.. i just took the qualifying exam of the nurse corps program and luckily i passed it though i was a bit confused because i thought that those with an 80% and above board rating will only take a 35 items exam... and they told me that my schedule for the interviews would be next year because of the large number of applicants.. oh well its a very lengthy process but at least my application is already on the list...

    @remykun: i don't think that there's an online application for the nurse corps.. you really need to come personally to the ofice of the chief nurse for every transactions....

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