PGH feedback (continued) - page 3

by mikeru22 21,178 Views | 146 Comments

Hi, I took the initiative to start another thread about PGH since the first thread closed. My dear colleagues please keep posting your inquiries, updates and what not about PGH in this thread. Thanks! :speechless:... Read More


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    Here's another link for the 2nd PGH thread:

    http://allnurses.com/nursing-in-phil...86-page17.html
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    Quote from mikeru22
    Awww too bad. There were not so many applicants yesterday so Im not sure if they still have available Dean's form. Try calling PGH and asked to be transferred to DNET to ask.

    As far as I know, these are the steps for APCN.

    1. Getting a Dean's form.
    2. Submitting the requirements and getting the exam schedule.
    3. Interview? (oh I'm not really sure if APCN applicants still undergo interviews).
    Thanks mikeru22. Anyway, Can I download the Dean's form in the website of PGH? Is the downloadable file valid?
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    Quote from nurses_care_2012
    Thanks mikeru22. Anyway, Can I download the Dean's form in the website of PGH? Is the downloadable file valid?
    You can do that if you are applying for the staff nurse post for manpower pooling however if you are applying for APCN then you may need to wait next year to get a dean's form from the DNET for the next APCN batch.
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    mikeru22! Congrats you got your Dean's form. I also went there yesterday hahaha was #6.

    i was expecting loads of people because of what i read in the previous thread but turned out to be the opposite. To all those aspiring to enter the APCN program, goodluck to all of us! God bless
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    It would be:

    1. Getting a Dean's form
    2. Submitting the requirements and getting the exam schedule
    3. Taking the exam
    4. Waiting for the list of qualified applicants (it would take a week at most after the exam; there will be 50 qualified applicants included on the list and around 5 applicants on the waiting list)
    5. Paying the full training fee before the specified date to secure a slot (if some of the qualified applicants won't be able to pay the training fee for some reasons, DNET will give a chance to the people on the waiting list to secure the remaining slot)

    during our time, we didn't had an interview.
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    Quote from mikeru22
    You can do that if you are applying for the staff nurse post for manpower pooling however if you are applying for APCN then you may need to wait next year to get a dean's form from the DNET for the next APCN batch.
    Do you think there are still available dean's form for the APCN?
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    Quote from nurses_care_2012
    Do you think there are still available dean's form for the APCN?
    I don't think so nurses_care_2012. APCN forms are only given once per six months and it is very limited in number, you may need to wait for the next APCN batch.
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    Quote from NurseM015
    mikeru22! Congrats you got your Dean's form. I also went there yesterday hahaha was #6.

    i was expecting loads of people because of what i read in the previous thread but turned out to be the opposite. To all those aspiring to enter the APCN program, goodluck to all of us! God bless
    Oh you must be that guy lols. I remember you now. hehe. Goodluck to us haha. I never really intended to pursue it but I tried my luck getting the form. I was initially planning to go directly to RMMC to submit my RN Heals application but I stayed in PGH to get my dean's form.
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    Quote from JDSC
    It would be:

    1. Getting a Dean's form
    2. Submitting the requirements and getting the exam schedule
    3. Taking the exam
    4. Waiting for the list of qualified applicants (it would take a week at most after the exam; there will be 50 qualified applicants included on the list and around 5 applicants on the waiting list)
    5. Paying the full training fee before the specified date to secure a slot (if some of the qualified applicants won't be able to pay the training fee for some reasons, DNET will give a chance to the people on the waiting list to secure the remaining slot)

    during our time, we didn't had an interview.
    Hi JDSC, if I may ask how many items were there in the exam and was it multiple choice or there were enumeration part as well?
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    That guy? Hahaha!! Maybe this one's for you.
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