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How long does it take Washington BON to post license?

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by gotcoffee gotcoffee (New) New

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Hi all!
I took my NCLEX today at 11am. It stopped at 75 question but I did not feel very good about it because around half of my questions were SATA!!!! 😭 How long did it take until your license was posted on the Washington provider credential search?? I heard it's sometimes posted the same day but mine is still pending!  

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Hiiiii. 

Here's my timeline:

- 11/19: submitted app to WA

- 12/12: "pending" license on PCS

- 12/16: received ATT

- 12/27: took NCLEX & passed

- 1/3: active practice permit

- 1/16: active license

** I think mine took ~2 months because I was an out-of-state applicant & the fingerprint check took some time!

Best of luck 🙂

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Thank you for this! I found out yesterday on the WA provider credential search that I passed as well because my status is now Active! On 1/3 when you got your active practice permit, was that mailed to you or what? I'm not really sure what my next step is now. Will I get an email soon that explains more? 

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12 minutes ago, gotcoffee said:

Thank you for this! I found out yesterday on the WA provider credential search that I passed as well because my status is now Active! On 1/3 when you got your active practice permit, was that mailed to you or what? I'm not really sure what my next step is now. Will I get an email soon that explains more? 

Hey yes! I received my temp permit ~1 week later in the mail. I think they'll mail a hard copy of the permanent license. But you can also download a copy via Nursys after you register.

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