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  1. by   americandream
    Just want to ask how long is the waiting for the ATT for NCLEX coz I registered 6 weeks ago via internet, do I need to call to verify?
  2. by   devshop
    6 weeks already? yes contact pearson immediately... it says actually in their website that if 4 weeks have passed after you registered to pearson, and still no ATT, you should notify them.

    you can use the live chat that they have in their website... it's cool... it's free. hehe.
  3. by   loryn
    Quote from steve0814
    hi! loryn! i applied for the state of california, its been 3 weeks and 4 days now... still dont have the results... im worried,, oh my gosh.. is there any way i can get it earlier? oh my... pray for me... take care guys
    if you are referring to your Eligibility application, it usually takes 6-8 mo. for California to approve your exam request, while other States usually takes less than 2-3 mo.

    I would suggest that you start your review while waiting and once you get your notice, you can instantly schedule at Pearsonvue.

    After your exam, you can verify your result instantly at CA BON site (Permanent License Verification): http://www.rn.ca.gov/

    Take your time, pray and good luck!

    Loryn
  4. by   loryn
    Quote from americandream
    Just want to ask how long is the waiting for the ATT for NCLEX coz I registered 6 weeks ago via internet, do I need to call to verify?
    Which State did you apply your license exam? Most states have different processing periods.

    Loryn
  5. by   steve0814
    Quote from loryn
    if you are referring to your Eligibility application, it usually takes 6-8 mo. for California to approve your exam request, while other States usually takes less than 2-3 mo.

    I would suggest that you start your review while waiting and once you get your notice, you can instantly schedule at Pearsonvue.

    After your exam, you can verify your result instantly at CA BON site (Permanent License Verification): http://www.rn.ca.gov/

    Take your time, pray and good luck!

    Loryn
    oh sorry about that!:spin: i was referring about my NCLEX results i took it already last february, a month has passed already and still i have not yet received the results.. oh my...
  6. by   suzanne4
    Quote from loryn
    if you are referring to your Eligibility application, it usually takes 6-8 mo. for California to approve your exam request, while other States usually takes less than 2-3 mo.

    I would suggest that you start your review while waiting and once you get your notice, you can instantly schedule at Pearsonvue.

    After your exam, you can verify your result instantly at CA BON site (Permanent License Verification): http://www.rn.ca.gov/

    Take your time, pray and good luck!

    Loryn
    Sorry, but that is not correct. You will not see your name on the CA BRN website until you give them a SSN#. You will only know that you passed by the letter received from them, and that takes about four weeks. That is well known for that time.

    Passing of the NCLEX-RN exam for CA does not give you a license, you need to meet the other requirements. That is why you cannot endorse from CA if you do not have a license number issued.
  7. by   rn4ever?
    Good luck to you. They say that it could take about a month to three months before the CA BON could notify you about the results. God bless!
    Quote from steve0814
    oh sorry about that!:spin: i was referring about my NCLEX results i took it already last february, a month has passed already and still i have not yet received the results.. oh my...
  8. by   lawrence01
    Results via snail mail from CA BRN usually arrives to the Philippines just 3-4 weeks after the exam.
  9. by   maucsaf
    hi guys, new kid on the block here. I got my packet 3 and visascreen (with cgfns). I'm thinking, if i get nclex now, in how many years will it expire? Say, its good for two years, what will happen if the problem on visa is solved in 2009? will I take it again? Is it better to take the nclex once the resolution of the retro problem is looming? or just go ahead with the exam???

    Thank for your help.
  10. by   acetabulum
    hello everyone,i heard we have already testing centers for NCLEX in Phil.im presently here in Dubai and im planning to take the NCLEX on my vacation in our country.any info.about this?thanks
  11. by   lawrence01
    Quote from acetabulum
    hello everyone,i heard we have already testing centers for nclex in phil.im presently here in dubai and im planning to take the nclex on my vacation in our country.any info.about this?thanks
    it has been approved but it will still take around 3-6 months for the physical testing center to be opened and no official word yet. you may refer to this thread for more details.
    Last edit by lawrence01 on Apr 4, '07
  12. by   loryn
    Quote from suzanne4
    Sorry, but that is not correct. You will not see your name on the CA BRN website until you give them a SSN#. You will only know that you passed by the letter received from them, and that takes about four weeks. That is well known for that time.

    Passing of the NCLEX-RN exam for CA does not give you a license, you need to meet the other requirements. That is why you cannot endorse from CA if you do not have a license number issued.
    Thanks for the correction Suzanne.

    Loryn
  13. by   loryn
    Quote from maucsaf
    hi guys, new kid on the block here. I got my packet 3 and visascreen (with cgfns). I'm thinking, if i get nclex now, in how many years will it expire? Say, its good for two years, what will happen if the problem on visa is solved in 2009? will I take it again? Is it better to take the nclex once the resolution of the retro problem is looming? or just go ahead with the exam???

    Thank for your help.
    very timely question now that retro is currently active

    Loryn

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