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by Jearnny Jearnny (New Member) New Member

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Hi,

I'm a RN from Thailand.I'm required to take SEC in all areas. Has anyone taken SEC at Kwantlen, Serry for all areas ( Med-Surg, Pediatric, Maternal &child, Mental health )?

I would like to know about the assessment which is called triple jump. I have read the sample questions, but I have no idea about it. I will be taking SEC on 1-5 November 2010. If someone know, please help me.

-What is the triple jump?

-How does the assessor judge for this type of assessment?

-How do I respond for the assessment?

I appreciate your help

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Silverdragon102 has 30 years experience as a BSN and works as a Registered Nurse.

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Moved to the International forum as per the red banner,

there are several threads on SEC have you checked them out?

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Mona77 has 7 years experience and works as a RN.

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I also have only the information given in the assessment package.

But I am feeling comfortable with the description of Triple Jump!

Maybe because our German written exams have the same style!

I will have my SEC assessment next week, perhaps I can give you more

helpful information afterwards!

The assessor won`t give you feedback, so it`s unlikely that they let you know how your performance was valued.

You will receive a letter whether you need supplementary courses or not!

To know that we know what we know, and that we do not know what we do not know, that is true knowledge.Confucius

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Hi Mona77,

Thank you for replying my message. When you finish your exam, please share your experience to me. Do you take the SEC assessment in Surry?

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Mona77 has 7 years experience and works as a RN.

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Yes, SEC assessment will take place at Kwantlen Polytechnic University

in Surrey.

Of course I can share my experiences, but consider that I am scheduled

for general SEC assessment.

But it should be sufficient to explain triple jump, the type of questions and

interactions, e.g. in role play!

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hi everyone.. i also received a letter that i need to undergo the sec assessment at surrey... im from the philippines and got no relatives in surrey.. can anyone of you help me with regards how to get there? the expenses? and where to stay while i undergo the assessment..thanks a lotabig...

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hi everyone.. i also received a letter that i need to undergo the sec assessment at surrey... im from the philippines and got no relatives in surrey.. can anyone of you help me with regards how to get there? the expenses? and where to stay while i undergo the assessment..thanks a lotabig...

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Hi greenbutterfly!

I'm also from the Philippines and is currently contemplating whether to apply for an eligibility to Canada or not. May I know what school from the Phil did you received your nursing education? How many months/yrs of expeirence do you have? My friend also applied for an eligibility but he applied in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick and the nursing board in both states didn't require him to undergo SEC. He applied in 2009. Hoping to hear from you.

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itsmejuli works as a Home Care Supervisor.

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My friend also applied for an eligibility but he applied in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick and the nursing board in both states didn't require him to undergo SEC. He applied in 2009. Hoping to hear from you.

Nova Scotia and New Brunswick are PROVINCES in Canada, not states.

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Nova Scotia and New Brunswick are PROVINCES in Canada, not states.

Sorry, my bad. Thanks for the correction.

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hi mona. can u share me ur experience when u undergone SEC assessment? please pm me. i need your help. i have scheduled mine on march 28-29. and I dont know where to focus on.. thanks so much. :) Godbless.

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hello kimmy... is this SEC the one required when you apply for a canadian registration? if so, what province did you apply to? and how long did it take? and if you don't mind, what does an SEC contain acutally? thanks for your time :)

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