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    I think the BEST material (book/source) to use to study for the nclex is ATI. Doing ati questions from beginning of the program to the end will help alot on the nclex plus ati website has very good test taking strategies.

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    Quote from morningstarRN
    This question is regarding a friend of mine. She took the nclex, got 75 questions with a ton of SATA, and also got the good pop up on pearson vue. In our state the BON updates every 24 hours usually. Her CE due date is now showing as 2016 but her license is still showing as pending. Any thoughts on what it means?

    Never mind, i just found out i passed!

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    Quote from morningstarRN
    This question is regarding a friend of mine. She took the nclex, got 75 questions with a ton of SATA, and also got the good pop up on pearson vue. In our state the BON updates every 24 hours usually. Her CE due date is now showing as 2016 but her license is still showing as pending. Any thoughts on what it means?


    Hi, did your friend passed? I am experiencing thesame thing as your friend did. I took the nclex-pn, got 85 question, also got the good pop up on pearson vue. In my state BON my CE due date is showing 2016, but still pending.

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    If you have accent, relax. Most people especially adults are igorance! They don't border to listen attentively when someone who has accent is talking to them! Once they hear your accent, they disregard what you saying and pay little attention to you!


    Accent, accent, accent, stop complaining, respect people with accent, open your ears and listen to the person! Everybody has accent whether you like it or not!

    If you don't understand the person, simply ask the person to repeat what he/she said!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote from ddmad
    They just opened up their scholarship admission cycle and I'm considering it...They pay for your schooling and living expenses and in exchange you agree to work for them for two years after you graduate...The up side is not worrying about loans or working while in school and two years of guaranteed work/experience after you graduate, the downside is you have to work where they tell you to work for two years...Any comments?

    My info...Just got accepted into an accelerated RN/BSN program here in AZ which starts this summer...Age 44, male, own my own home, work 35 hrs a week...

    Hi,

    I thought thesame, that is they you will have you to work anywhere they tell you to work. I call them and the lady told me, they do not tell you where to work. You choose where you want to work for two years.

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    Make sure you don't retake all of your classes for better grades.

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    Hi Eagle-hawk,

    Thank you for the info! I am not familiar with the clarkston area, but i will take a trip there around July to look for apartment. I am excited to start the nursing program!!!

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    I am actually accepted to walla walla clarkston campus.

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    tclark19 likes this.

    Hi tclark19,

    I am accepted to the nursing program at Walla Walla. Are you a male or female? housing is very cheap over there.



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