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Hi everyone,

I would just like to ask anyone from here who applied CES for NJ to be eligible to sit for the NCLEX? Could you kindly share your experiences? Thank you much!

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Every foreign trained nurse wishing to work in NJ has to get the CES completed by CGFNS. Not sure of what information that you are looking for. NJ will not approve you to sit for the exam until they have received the CES.

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Thanks for response suzanne. I'm hoping I could get information from people especially from the Philippines who were successful in getting eligibility for NJ. Any info will do. Thanks again.

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Can you be more specific as to the information that you are looking for?

The requirements are not different for those from PI than from any other country. All of you must go thru the CES process, and the time that it takes for that is based on how long that it takes for your school to send in the required information to them, that is usually what causes delays.

If your credentials are approved and there were no issues with your training, then there should not be any issue with getting the CES done and getting approval to sit for the NCLEX exam. Remember that permission to sit for the exam is the final step in the licensing process and not the only step.

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Hi suzanne,

Thanks again. Am I right in my understanding that after the CES process is complete, it will be sent to the jurisdiction (in this case NJ)? And then NJ is the one to determine if I'm eligible to take the exam? Is it a sure thing that after the CES has been forwarded, NJ will allow me to take the NCLEX? Or does it still depend on the requirement of the state NJ? I hope I delivered my questions right. I'm just curious if some states require more educational units than other. Thank you. =)

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