You can take the NCLEX PN if you have equivalent education..Here is the website that has the information..Just scroll down until you see equivalent education from the link..They have to reveiw your transcripst to approve the taking of NCLEX PN..Here is the link and scroll down:
The link states:
Applicants who have acquired additional formal
nursing education from an approved/accredited vocational nursing, practical nursing or registered nursing program may submit official transcripts for evaluation for possible credit in lieu of paid bedside nursing experience
. The transcripts must be submitted to the Board directly from the school where the courses were taken and must show theory and clinical hours completed, as well as the grades for each course. Applicants must achieve a C or better in the course in order to be given equivalency credit for the course. Education credit will only
be granted for those courses taken in approved/accredited vocational nursing, practical nursing or registered nursing programs.