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Ob and Ms deficiency - NCLEX RN

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by hope_1985 hope_1985 (New) New

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Hello everyone, 

Im an international graduate, batch 2010 from the philippines. I just applied for nclex California RN and BON required for me to take Ob and Ms classes. 

Does anybody in Sacramento area have the same issue and would you be able to help me look for schools that would accept only the 2 subjects required by BON? 

If so, how much would it cost me in total and how long are the classes? 

 

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Silverdragon102 has 32 years experience as a BSN and specializes in Medical and general practice now LTC.

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Moved to the Nurse Registration forum where there are a few threads discussing this further 

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On 2/4/2019 at 12:23 AM, hope_1985 said:

Hello everyone, 

Im an international graduate, batch 2010 from the philippines. I just applied for nclex California RN and BON required for me to take Ob and Ms classes. 

Does anybody in Sacramento area have the same issue and would you be able to help me look for schools that would accept only the 2 subjects required by BON? 

If so, how much would it cost me in total and how long are the classes? 

 

are you in Sacramento area right now? if so, i suggest you go to one of the community colleges and speak with an Admissions Counselor. explain your situation, and ask if the college can help you with fulfilling the BON requirement. best of luck!

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... oh, accidentally found an old thread that mentions some PH nurses having the same problem as you. 

 

Edited by tired&miserableRN

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vince_reads has 3 years experience as a BSN, LVN, RN.

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Hello there! I went to Dominican University of California. Google that school. It's in San Rafael, California. It's north side of the Golden Gate Bridge. It's a private Catholic university, and the school is so pretty. It felt like I was in an European university when I went there. A bunch of my classmates came from Los Angeles, San Jose, Sacramento, Vallejo, San Francisco and more. We were all over California. Other foreign grads also came from Australia, Armenia, Russia, China, and more! When I went there in 2017, each course is $6,150. Double that up if you're required 2 courses. But that's lesser than the tuition fees mentioned by Unitek College in Fremont, California. You can contact ien@dominican.edu to inquire about your situation. They offer courses all year round, like summer, fall and spring. They also have Facebook group page and mostly they post updates about any spaces for specific courses in the current semester, or else you will have to wait still for the next semester. That is why it's much better to contact them through their e-mail because the person who manages that is very responsive to your queries. You might get ahead to be filled in if you have LVN license already or you have RN license outside California. Nonetheless, you contact them for more details. Don't lose hope! You are not the only one who is in this situation. Good luck and God bless us all!

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vince_reads has 3 years experience as a BSN, LVN, RN.

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Also about the tuition, I didn't have much money so they offered a loan from a specific website. Luckily, I got approved so my tuition fees for my 2 courses were covered. So you might ask for that student loan site and apply if you don't have much money to pay for the tuition. Most of my classmates applied for it, hehe. Go go go! There is always a way to do things! God will make a way to make it happen for all of us!

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