CPNE.....proctoring - page 2
Just the ramblings of a very tired mind... You would think that with such a HUGE waiting list for CPNE, some sort of alternative "Plan B" would be devised. If an RN in your hometown (or,... Read More
Dec 4, '07Occupation: Paramedic Joined: Oct '06; Posts: 64; Likes: 16One problem with getting proctors is, EC requires a MS degree to become one. I have a friend that is a educator, has a BSN, but EC will not accept her.
Is it lowering the standard to accept BSN educators as proctors? Not imho.
To me another huge problem is after you wait 6 months or longer to take the CPNE, -which you need to graduate EC- your knowledge is not as fresh for the NCLEX.