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jb2u has 5 years experience as a ASN, RN and specializes in ICU, ER, Hemodialysis.

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Serendipity, PCT has 1 years experience and specializes in PCT/CNA/HHA.

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I PASSSED!!!

I thought for SURE I FAILED!

I feel so humbled &+ blessed. I missed an important part of the exam that for sure should have failed me; but the examiner must've saw something in my performance/ in me that made my name appear on the NYS REGISTRY!

I need a chill pill because I swear I am dreaming.. :nurse:

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sunflower777 specializes in 12 years exp in corporate healthcare.

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I passed my CNA exam on June 2, 2009..the journey just began!!!

:yeah:

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CWpost has 10 years experience.

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i passed both written and clinical skills on june 5, 2009. i'm enrolling in two

prerequisite courses (anatomy and physiology and dosage/calculations) at the community college near my house this aug and once i'm done then i can apply for the lvn course that will start fall of '10.

i live in california and would like to know where i can go to verify that my name is on the registry. it's been 2 weeks now and the proctor at the testing site said it would take about 6 days for it to make the list.

thanks for anyone's help.

cyn

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JustinTJ has 2 years experience and specializes in Cardiac.

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Had to take it so that I can start working as a RN intern at my hospital (Starting the last year.)

I had feeding, change of position to left side, and measure urinary output.

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Hello Everyone,

First time posting, and very happy to say that I passed my exam on Friday. I still cannot believe it.

I did my manual skills first to get it over with, when I saw the skills I had to do I could not believe my eyes, I was very lucky. The first was hand washing, foot care, bed to wheelchair transfer, PPE, and Measurement of urine output. I still cannot believe it!

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CNACaroline726 specializes in Long-term acute care.

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I passed my exam on April 13th, 2009!!!!!! :yeah:

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rgaa44 specializes in Geriatrics.

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I just passed my CNA state board on 06/16/09!! Now off for the job hunt!! Congrats to all the other new CNAs out there!!

-Ash

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Serendipity, PCT has 1 years experience and specializes in PCT/CNA/HHA.

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I just passed my CNA state board on 06/16/09!! Now off for the job hunt!! Congrats to all the other new CNAs out there!!

-Ash

Yay! CONGRATS! We passed on the same day!! :yeah:

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Serendipity, PCT has 1 years experience and specializes in PCT/CNA/HHA.

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Okay- I finally passed the State Boards, and I've just realized that I have been on this website since 2006.

..I think it's time to become a subscribed member- being that I'm now officially apart of the HealthCare team!

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