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by roseuglyfish roseuglyfish (Member)

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Have already passed the IELTS exam and sent all documents to the nursing board. But I was informed that my fingerprint card were rejected because it's not very clear, and they still not recieved my IELTS score. So I went to the police station and made my fingerprint card again and asked the IELTS exam center to send my score to nursing board again. Today(it has been 2 weeks before when I did those things), I called the nursing board again, still be told that they didnot recieve my IELTS score. Then I asked the test center ,they told me that they have already sent it again. Oh my God, it really drives me crazy. I dont know what wrong with this. Now what I can do is just reassure the address of the nursing board with exam center and asked them to send it again.

Does someone have the same experience as mine? How to deal with that? If nursing board still say they did not recieved, I think I will scream in the phone.:(

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The English exam report is normally sent my mail, and you always need to allow at least two weeks for it to get to your file once that the BON actually receives it. It is not normally filed the day that they receive it. And then you have to allow time for them to update your status on the computer. Nothing is ever immediate for any BON, as they have many, many applicants in process at any time.

I definitely would give it a couple of weeks more, they do not update things immediately as we would like them.

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Thank you, Suzanne, now I feel better. I have already paid exam fee last year, so I hope I may get my ATT asap, but anyway, so far, what I can do is just waiting.

Sometimes, I just feel frustrated by the long long processing time. :mad:

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Not sure exactly when you paid the fee for the exam, but the money paid is only there for one year, and if you do not get the ATT by that time, meaning approval to sit for the exam, you will lose the money. That is why I always tell foreign nurses to wait until they know that they have the approval for this very reason. If something gets dragged on for whatever reason, you lose the money.

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