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    Thanks for the info, janfrn.

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    Quote from Dzidzan
    @automatic: i dont have a backer. Am i just blessed?

    Really? Then i gues you are.

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    abroad, you shouldn't have to worry about that
    even physicians are ink'd in this part of the world.
    what matters most is your competency.

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    Quote from unadunad
    This is embarassing,mine was 75% flat haha,damn!.I took mine last june 2007,I enrolled in a review center but i did'nt study well,I took and passed CGFNS and NCLEX last march and april doing self review and honestly it was easy.
    ummm actually june 2007 scores were a tad lower than the recent ones.
    i think the top spot only got an average of 82% a little more or less.
    i wonder if they made that exam a bit harder because of the June 2006 issue which was still on fire at that time.

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    so it is true.
    sad reality.
    backers, Chinese family background and all, just to simply land a job.

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    Quote from tobby_walter
    yes it is located in Cebu. you may try applying here. goodluck!
    i heard bad stuff about the hiring process in CHH.
    stuff like applications not being accepted simply because the applicant doesn't have any "backer" or shall we just say "reference" from within the institution.

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    this is exactly what my friend did and she said that it is well recommended to go for the LPN first especially to those with no nursing experience in the Philippines. i think from what i understand, she took the challenge program and so far she has learned a lot from it.

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    hi everyone, i just have a (worst-case scenario) question.

    what's the worst thing that can happen to a candidate who takes the SEC assessment and has low scores on all competencies? will the candidate have to basically go back to zero and study right from the very start?

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    hi everyone, i just have a (worst-case scenario) question.

    what's the worst thing that can happen to a candidate who takes the SEC assessment and has low scores on all competencies? will the candidate have to basically go back to zero and study right from the very start?

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    Quote from Jearnny
    Hi ajaybsc,

    Did you do SEC in August? How was your SEC assessment? I will be taking SEC on 1-5 November 2010. Well, Could you please share your experience during the SEC?
    or any suggestion would be helpful for me.
    i know someone who has the same sched for the SEC as you. I will take mine shortly after. How I wish we can get this over with sooner. Thinking about it makes me anxious. :heartbeat For the recent takers, experiences will be of great help to us. Hope you are willing to share your experiences.

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    yes 5cats is right, candidates should go through the website. The scenarios on the sample assessments are actually informative. gives us more or less an idea of what's going to happen although an assurance (infos/experience sharing) from previous takers is also badly needed.



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