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  1. [font=Comic Sans MS] Hi. Iam a Filipina. New BSN-RN graduate. Passed all my exams (IELTS, CGFNS, NCLEX). Iam in the process of applying for a job.
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  3. by   sirI
    Quote from RNSurg
    [font=Comic Sans MS] Hi. Iam a Filipina. New BSN-RN graduate. Passed all my exams (IELTS, CGFNS, NCLEX). Iam in the process of applying for a job.
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    Hello and Welcome to

    Great to have you join us!!
  4. by   Jessy_RN
    Congrats and Welcome aboard!
  5. by   luvltc
    Welcome and congratulations!!
  6. by   tinamacRN
    Congrats and welcome
  7. by   Thunderwolf
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