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how long does it take to receive your ATT?

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Specializes in surgical.

how long does it take to receive your ATT? i applied early december 2009 and its almost 5 weeks, shall I inquire or still wait for a while

Silverdragon102, BSN

Specializes in Medical and general practice now LTC. Has 32 years experience.

Have you registered with pearsonvue? They are the ones to issue ATT once BON/BRN says it is OK to do so. Would also suggest you keep an eye on junk folder for ATT

NoviceRN10

Has 5 years experience.

how long does it take to receive your ATT? i applied early december 2009 and its almost 5 weeks, shall I inquire or still wait for a while

I registered and paid for the NCLEX back in October, graduated in mid-December, and my school sent out my paperwork to the state the first week of January and I just received my ATT from Pearsonvue this morning (via email).

sans33

Specializes in surgical.

how do i know that board had informed pearsonvue, i mean do i receive any emails from board???

sans33

Specializes in surgical.

or should i register before i get notice that board have approved my application. i am actually very confused...

-should i expect to receive any notification from board that i m eligible so i can register with pearsonvue? or,

- shall i register now?

NoviceRN10

Has 5 years experience.

Your school should have told you how to register for the exam! In my state you have to apply directly to Pearsonvue (create an account online is easiest), submit fingerprints to the state, apply to the state for a license (which seemed really odd to do that before I had even graduated, but that's what they advised us to do), and then when our schools determine we are elgible to sit for the NCLEX they send the state our paperwork, and I am not sure how they let Pearsonvue know our status but it must be communicated from the state to them somehow, and then Pearsonvue sends you an email with your ATT. There is a whole process that your school should have let you in on!

So, I would definately register with Pearsonvue, then make sure you have your paperwork with your state submitted and in order, and find out what your elgibility is (did you just graduate?). You definately can't get an ATT unless you have actually registered with Pearsonvue, since they are the ones that issue it.

If you still are having problems, I would contact your school and request that they help you. I am surprised that the school did not walk your class through the process. Most schools do this for their students. Good luck.

sans33

Specializes in surgical.

thank you all, i am a international graduate but in us since last year. i am very much sure that all necessary materials from my school have reached board on dec 14 so i am planning to call board tomorrow so i can know what's the problem. lets see

hi, i have the same problem with sam33.. i am applying for NCLEX_RN in new jersey. i submitted my application last year and my CES report was issued by CGFNS last February. then, my brother from florida inquire in BON if they receive my CES report or wether i am eligible. THe BON instructed to register in pearsonvue and i am done with the registration last May 19. however, pearsonvue told me that my application is not yet approve by the BON NJ.Thus, they can't issue the ATT. it has been almost 4 weeks and i find it difficult to contact the BON. i am very much worried on this.does the process takes a long time? can you give me advise on how can i expedite the process of my ATT? thank you so much and GOd Bless

Hmm I didn't know BON needs the actual diploma from the school..

Silverdragon102, BSN

Specializes in Medical and general practice now LTC. Has 32 years experience.

hi, i have the same problem with sam33.. i am applying for NCLEX_RN in new jersey. i submitted my application last year and my CES report was issued by CGFNS last February. then, my brother from florida inquire in BON if they receive my CES report or wether i am eligible. THe BON instructed to register in pearsonvue and i am done with the registration last May 19. however, pearsonvue told me that my application is not yet approve by the BON NJ.Thus, they can't issue the ATT. it has been almost 4 weeks and i find it difficult to contact the BON. i am very much worried on this.does the process takes a long time? can you give me advise on how can i expedite the process of my ATT? thank you so much and GOd Bless

4 weeks really isn't that long if you are an International nurse. You need to give it a bit longer and then contact the BON. You can't expediate the ATT you have no choice but wait for the BON to make their decision.

This is one reason why it is not recommended to apply to pearsonvue when International trained because of any delays

i received mine 5 minutes after i paid

thank you for your info,...one more thing, does the NCLEX application in New Jersey expires?

Silverdragon102, BSN

Specializes in Medical and general practice now LTC. Has 32 years experience.

thank you for your info,...one more thing, does the NCLEX application in New Jersey expires?

You need to check with the BON as it can vary from 2 years to 5 years

acelawler

Specializes in Hospice. Has 30 years experience.

i received mine 5 minutes after i paid

How soon before you could actually take the test?

Silverdragon102, BSN

Specializes in Medical and general practice now LTC. Has 32 years experience.

How soon before you could actually take the test?

That can vary depending on the test center and how quickly they fill up

How soon before you could actually take the test?

att is valid 3 days later after i received it, and expires in 6 months

Faeriewand, ASN, RN

Specializes in med/surg/tele/neuro/rehab/corrections. Has 10 years experience.

I got my ATT 5 weeks after I applied