I am a direct-entry master's student, eligible to sit for the boards this summer, graduating in December of this year. I accepted a job in Massachusetts, so am planning to get my initial licensure there. I was looking at the license application form and it asks for the school to certify that I have graduated from our program. All fine and good, except that... I won't have graduated from the program yet! So how do they get around that? There is a box to check on the app stating that I'm a direct-entry master's student, but nothing saying what we're supposed to submit as proof that we're eligible to sit for the NCLEX. Is a letter from my program outlining the courses/clinicals completed sufficient?I am hoping that there are some direct-entry RNs in Massachusetts who can shed some light on what they were required to submit to prove eligibility to sit for the boards. Many thanks!