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NCLEX in Nevada - Graduate from the Philippines

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Hi everyone!

I have read threads about getting an NCLEX in Nevada but got no conclusion as to weather or not RN's in the Philippines will be eligible to sit on NCLEX as of 2014. I need help. Can someone give me an idea? Thanks.:oldman:

Call Nevada Board of Nursing. They will give you all the information you need. I am also a foreign trained nurse, currently working in Texas. The Texas Board of Nursing gave me all the information I needed for the NCLEX

Call Nevada Board of Nursing. They will give you all the information you need. I am also a foreign trained nurse, currently working in Texas. The Texas Board of Nursing gave me all the information I needed for the NCLEX

Thanks for your reply. I called them this morning and I was given the packet to review. Although I am still on different forum who are talking about eligibility in NV. Did you have an easy time applying in texas? Did they also require of CGFNS-CES there?

Yes they did. The whole process was not bad other than getting transcripts from my country. Once CGFNS reported on my credentials, I submitted the report to the Texas Board of Nursing together with the application for NCLEX. Got the appointment date with the Pear Vue and I was good to go.

Yes they did. The whole process was not bad other than getting transcripts from my country. Once CGFNS reported on my credentials, I submitted the report to the Texas Board of Nursing together with the application for NCLEX. Got the appointment date with the Pear Vue and I was good to go.

That's really great to hear. I have a friend who applied in Texas too and is now waiting for her ATT to arrive. I am a bit anxious about not being eligible in Nevada. Would you know if it matters what state to file if one is a Pi graduate? I have see gazillion negas on forums where they had been denied ion Nevada and asked for subjects needed to be taken like MS or Bio. You think it's with the state or fairly dependent on where school one has come from? Or maybe how the school prepared paper works. Thanks for reading. :D

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That's really great to hear. I have a friend who applied in Texas too and is now waiting for her ATT to arrive. I am a bit anxious about not being eligible in Nevada. Would you know if it matters what state to file if one is a Pi graduate? I have see gazillion negas on forums where they had been denied ion Nevada and asked for subjects needed to be taken like MS or Bio. You think it's with the state or fairly dependent on where school one has come from? Or maybe how the school prepared paper works. Thanks for reading. :D

It's strictly based on what your college transcripts is evaluated at, nothing more, nothing less.

Hi. I also graduted in the Philippines on 2012. As soon as I came here in the US I applied in Nevada BON and after 3 months of waiting I received a letter stating that I need to take additional medsurg 2 class.

Hi iamnieva, thanks for the post there. Atleast I got some sort of confirmation about this issue. Have you tried applying other states?

Hi iamnieva, thanks for the post there. Atleast I got some sort of confirmation about this issue. Have you tried applying other states?

Yeah I applied in New York. It only took me 5 months to receive my eligibility letter from the BON and now I am an RN. :)

Yeah I applied in New York. It only took me 5 months to receive my eligibility letter from the BON and now I am an RN. :)

Wow! Sure is great to hear that! Congrats! Have you heard any denials or issues in florida?

Wow! Sure is great to hear that! Congrats! Have you heard any denials or issues in florida?

thanks. So far I havent heard of anyone that got denied in Florida so I think it's still okay to apply in that state.