So, I graduated two years ago and with a plethora of letters from instructors and employers
at the time. Now, I ended up failing the NCLEX and had to spend two years diverting most of my time to helping my family in crisis.
Just a few weeks ago I grilled my nose to the pavement and passed the NCLEX. These letters may be two years old, but still quite valid I'd think to include. I figured I'd get another letter from my current employer as I am a careprovider for a critically ill patient with a mickey tube and esophagostomy. I want to apply to the mental health facility where I had done my capstone. I still have the letter from my instructor and supervisor on shift.
Now, even though they are dated from two years ago I should still include them? Should I state in my cover letter the last two years or what? I don't want to shove under the rug the last two years like they didn't happen or I was just roasting in the sun having a good time blowing off trying the NCLEX again. I mean I did it and passed but all those connection with professors and such from two years ago are pretty dusty now. (Doesn't help the program got cut from the school...still figuring that one out). Any advice would be great.