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Hi I rescheduled my test and there was no fee for the rescheduling as long as it was done more than 24 hours in advance..Good Luck
Good luck on your test keep us posted as to how you do.
In illinois it took 3 to 4 weeks to get the ATT then 2 days for quick results.. Good luck
So I found out today that I failed my 1st attempt at the NCLEX. I am so angry right now, I am not even sure that I want to try again. I had 110 questions with at least 40 of them SATA, Med heavy along with infection control. I just want to get on wth my life and my family, i have a 4 y/o and a 2y/o, and I feel like I dot even remember the 2 y/o life as I have been in school the last 2 1/2 years, I need to start making money to catch up on bills, my story is like most on here, but I really feel like a total failure. I dont know what to do to get started to retake or even how long you have to wait in Illinois....I really just wanted to be done and move on.
Does the hospital that you are looking to work at have an in house daycare? I am aware that some do and the ones I have seen the hours are 6a till 7p...Good luck
Also if you like I can give you the name of the recruiter I went through, she was extremely nice and very efficent in getting things done...
Good luck Lance with Barnes, i am sure you will get the job, what floor are you applying to? I have to take my NCLEX on Thursday, I am worried also...Keep us informed...
I just accepted the position so i start in May, I have to call the floor manager and let her know if i want to get in the fellowship, is that something that you rccomend?
Swan can I ask if you are still there and if so what floor are you on? Was the orientation of 5 months a standard time they give for new grads?
:bowingpurI too am taking the NCLEX on May 1st and I want to say good luck to everyone....May god be with us ALL!!!!
A few years ago I was looking into Sanford Brown. At the time there wasn't this big problem with thier programs. Now that there are I am very afraid to enter this program. I know that have an associates program and many girls have said they had a hard time getting any of thier credits to tranfer when trying to further ther education. If i am only wanting to get my associates, is it still a bad idea to go there? Putting cost aside though, would i still be able to find a job like normal rn's? Thanks!
have you tried applying as a Student Nurse, i just got hired there and the people in HR told me that they have those poitions available...Just a thought
Hi I was offered a GN position in the trauma division at BJH, I was just curious if anyone has woked there and if so what do they think of it and for a GN. Thanks
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