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- by philgraduatenurse Feb 17, '12Good day,
Hello! I`m a Bachelor of Science in Nursing graduate from the Philippines. Unluckily I didn`t passed my board exam in the Philippines. I`m now here in Nova Scotia, Canada with my credentials (Nursing Diploma and Transcript of Records) with me. I`m a landed immigrant by the way after my father get a chance to get me. Can I still have a chance to be an LPN here or RN if ever. Would you recommend what should I do? Hope you can help! Thanks a lot and More Power to all on the Health Care Field.
- Feb 17, '12 by traumaRUsMoving to International Nursing Forum.
- Feb 17, '12 by philgraduatenurseso there is no other way to be an LPN here in Canada? (coz the req. is local exam you mean.)
- Feb 17, '12 by philgraduatenursehow sir? i think that's a good idea..
- Feb 17, '12 by netanyami@philgraduatenurse Im in the same predicament as u are. I failed the NLE twice and thinking to be an LPN in BC (local registration is not required, according to the site). I jst wanted to know if anyone here goes through with the same procedure. ty in advance.
- Feb 18, '12 by apol21Hi there. My husband and I also arrived in Nova Scotia a few months ago from the Philippines. I'm an RN and he's an LPN, and one of the requirements that we submitted as part of the licensing process is verification of registration as a nurse in the Philippines.
- Feb 19, '12 by philgraduatenursei feel you netyami.. (after all of the four years we studied nursing in the philippines,, we don't just wanna give it up.. we try to find ways to be up there by all means,, with flying colors and respect esp. to those filipino who sees themselves as a superior. hope others could really help us. Thanks a lot in advance.)
- Feb 19, '12 by philgraduatenurseIs there any other way apol21?? coz i don't think we can make it a risk going back to the phil. just to take the board. hope you get what i mean..