Denied to take NCLEX, should I take an attorney to my hearing??? - page 3
Hi, I finished nursing school and was denied to sit for nclex due to a recent misdemeanor conviction. I have a formal hearing with the BON coming up, and I am very confused as to what happens... Read More
0May 3, '12 by arcruz02Hello, I was trying to respond to you but I am not allowed to reply in private messages for some reason. I received a copy of the proposed decision from my court hearing in Feb and it said that it was only a copy and a decision is still being made on whether they are going to adopt the decision or not. We're me May now and I still havent heard back from them. I am hopeful they will adopt the decision, which basically is to approve me to take the NCLEX under conditions: If/when I pass my nclex i will be on probation for 2 years, have to get approval from the BON before accepting a job, and I can't work in certain places. I think those are the main conditions. I just received about a few weeks ago a letter from the BVNPT about my LVN license and they approved me to keep my license under conditions: 2 years probation, submit to 2x month urine testing, AA mtgs, quarterly reports, small fine, and attend a course substantially related to my case. If the BVNPT thankfully let me have this opportunity, then I remain hopeful the BRN will let me take my nclex. Gluck to both of us!
0Jun 14, '12 by RD6084nurse wannab you will be ok. They will not endorse anyone who is still on probation. After you pay resitution you will be able to reapply and get back on track.
1Jul 17, '12 by chelc13Hi nurse wannab and anyone else with a prior conviction or arrest they are getting over. I had an arrest from over 7 years ago and was granted permission to attend a private nursing school, and take the nclex. After I took the nclex and passed, i applied for licensure and was asked for more information because an FBI record was on file for me. I went through the necessary paperwork, went to a drug/alcohol class, and proved to the BON that I am a changed person and all I want is to be able to take care of people for the rest of my life. I was granted my RN BSN license after a few months. I just wanted to state that it is NOT impossible to get a license after stupid mistakes that you have made in the past. Unfourtantly people with a criminal past have it alot harder than other people, but it is NOT impossible to succeed in your nursing carreer with one. I encourage everyone with mistakes in ther pasts to NEVER give up on nursing. When it comes to thinking you may not have what it takes, or you forget what you know for the nclex, nursing is like riding a bike.
Good luck to you, and if you really want to be a nurse, IT WILL HAPPEN!!!