no RN license but a BSN graduate from Philippines

  1. Hi! I moved at california from Philippines last December 2015. I am a BSN graduate from the Philippines. Actually, I applied for the eligibility to take NCLEX examination and I am still waiting until now for their final judgement. I feel like I'm wasting a lot of time by just waiting for the result and I am also afraid that I will get denied because most graduates who applied has been denied. I feel like I want to try to apply for the lvn examination but I'm afraid that I can't do that because my papers for NCLEX examination was still on process. Is it possible to get a certification?I want to try other course/program related to my degree? also I feel stressed at the moment because I couldn't get a job match to my degree. what job should I applied for?Can I try the CNA?please help me, I'm so confused.
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  3. by   leinique16
    Hi there, I'm from the Philippines and just graduated there2016. I applied to Cali BON AND GOT ACCEPTED. and just passed my nclex-RN march 15,2017. So don't lose hope most of my classmates who applied to Cali got accepted too. As long as your clinical cases are concurrent then you'll be fine. It took me 5months of waiting until I got my att. If you feel like you're wasting time you can start studying, and yes you can apply at same time for lvn. Good luck!
  4. by   bianxiee
    Quote from leinique16
    Hi there, I'm from the Philippines and just graduated there2016. I applied to Cali BON AND GOT ACCEPTED. and just passed my nclex-RN march 15,2017. So don't lose hope most of my classmates who applied to Cali got accepted too. As long as your clinical cases are concurrent then you'll be fine. It took me 5months of waiting until I got my att. If you feel like you're wasting time you can start studying, and yes you can apply at same time for lvn. Good luck!
    Hi! Do you have any tips or can you share your study plan? I just got my Eligibility letter last week. Thank you so much.
  5. by   leinique16
    Quote from bianxiee
    Hi! Do you have any tips or can you share your study plan? I just got my Eligibility letter last week. Thank you so much.
    Here's my advice.
    Foreign grad- passed nclex-rn
    good luck!
  6. by   Graceii24
    Hello I've received my eligibility to take exam. If I go to the website of pearson vue and register now, how many months do I have to prepare and wait before exam?also may I know what materials did you use for review?
  7. by   Silverdragon102
    On average once you receive your ATT you have 90 days to sit the NCLEX exam

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