I read so many articles trying to understand what would happen after I submitted my application to the BRN with a conviction and I couldn't find a solid thread so I'm posting my own. (My conviction is a DUI/Wet reckless from 2008)
Here is my timeline:
Collected court documents, letters of character, and wrote my own letter of explanation.
November 4th - submitted online application to the BRN, including the above documents.
(Couldn't upload all of them, so I also mailed the packet to the BRN that same day)
December 31st - graduated from nursing school
January 3rd (postmarked) - received the BRN letter than my application had a conviction and that it would take longer to review.
January 13th (postmarked) - received the BRN letter than they would not take disciplinary action against my application.
January 24th - I received my ATT via PearsonVue and scheduled my NCLEX.
I hope this posting helps you have a better understanding of the timeline (at least from a December graduate), not sure how fast the BRN is with June graduates.