application Submitted! - page 2

by fatcat0899 RN 790 Views | 17 Comments

I am very excited! I submitted my application for the cpne. I applied to NPAC sites; Albany, Utica, and Chambersburg. I put for an August 09 teting date. That gives me 4 months to get comfortable with the material and practice... Read More


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    Congrats and best of luck!
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    Congrats Dawn! Traci
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    Awesome! Congrats on the application- that is a big step.. good luck with your studies
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    Hey Dawn,
    I applied to all NY sites on 2-27 and already received a date for 6-26 Utica. Did you put yourself on a cancellation list? I haven't rec'd my FCCA yet, could you let me know how it goes?
    It's nice to be at this point...yet I am really nervous and I still have less then 3 months to go.
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    Quote from polywerx
    Hey Dawn,
    I applied to all NY sites on 2-27 and already received a date for 6-26 Utica. Did you put yourself on a cancellation list? I haven't rec'd my FCCA yet, could you let me know how it goes?
    It's nice to be at this point...yet I am really nervous and I still have less then 3 months to go.
    No, I didn't put myself on the cancellation list because I was afraid of getting a date too soon. Is that what you did to get a June Date?
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    I put 5/1 for when I would be ready to take the CPNE and put myself on the list. I rec'd the email a few weeks later with my date and place. They didn't specify whether it was a cancellation date or not. I wouldn't have been able to go sooner then my date now that I have been studying. There is alot to cover.
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    Just curious - What is the FCCA?
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    Quote from farfalla22
    Just curious - What is the FCCA?
    Focused Clinical Competencies Exam. It's EC's three-part exam that is supposed to be completed prior to the CPNE under the new curriculum. It's currently paper-based, but is supposed to eventually be computer-based. But yeah, it's under the new curriculum, so you didn't have to worry about it.
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