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Hi, just want to update if you were able to get RN license in CA? I've just graduated this march 2016 and passed the PNLE this june. I'm moving in CA this July and don't know where to start if my application for RN license will be accepted by BON in CA
just really want some help. Any comment will be great.
Do you know with 100% assurance that you completed ALL of your cases and classroom courses all within the same exact date and time? If you have just one out of sequence, the application will be declined. They cannot be 1 day or 1 week or more before or after your classroom started.
Let us assume you know for sure that's not a problem and you're in compliance.
You also have either your SSN or ITIN to put on your application then go for it.
You can ask 1,001 different people and forums and get 1,001 of either the same answer or 1,001 different answers. The only positive way to know exactly if your transcripts will meet the CA BRN requirements is to simply apply with your non-refundable application fees.
Only the CA BRN evaluator can give you the right and the one only answer.
There's no need to clog the phone lines to the CA BRN by calling them as they are not mind readers (nor a single person on this forum or any other forum) and only AFTER submission of your transcripts can you go further with your answers.
Remember also every one is a case-by-case evaluation, so what may be approved by your batchmate may not be given the same answer for you, if let's say, you missed out on a delivery case, no mistake of your own, it just didn't work out for whatever reason.
Don't wait to long to start your application as it will take months since the CA BRN will be dealing with the new extra work load of all the local CA resident applications plus all the new out of state applicants also applying into CA just graduating. The Phils applicants also numbers in the 10's of thousands trying their luck to get the ATT. The early bird gets the worm.
Good luck. Keep us posted on your journey!