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passed nc7!! on to cpne!!

Has 18 years experience.

hello to all! want to say that i am way excited that i have passed the last nc test. it's great to post this finally, as i have seen so many of you post the same-its surreal to be here. only cpne and physiology left! i am amazed. everyone keep pursuing your dream! :p

hello to all! want to say that i am way excited that i have passed the last nc test. it's great to post this finally, as i have seen so many of you post the same-its surreal to be here. only cpne and physiology left! i am amazed. everyone keep pursuing your dream! :p

WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Congrats!!!!!

Medic2RN, BSN, RN, EMT-P

Has 14 years experience. Specializes in ER, IICU, PCU, PACU, EMS.

Congratulations!!!

:yelclap:

missnurse01, MSN, RN

Has 18 years experience.

thanks for the support guys! it means a lot in this program.:p

hello to all! want to say that i am way excited that i have passed the last nc test. it's great to post this finally, as i have seen so many of you post the same-its surreal to be here. only cpne and physiology left! i am amazed. everyone keep pursuing your dream! :p

Congratulations!!

I am curious thou how long did it take you? I am considering doing the LPN-RN through EC.

Tweety, BSN, RN

Has 28 years experience. Specializes in Med-Surg, Trauma, Ortho, Neuro, Cardiac.

Congratulations!! Best wishes for success in CPNE!

missnurse01, MSN, RN

Has 18 years experience.

Congratulations!!

I am curious thou how long did it take you? I am considering doing the LPN-RN through EC.

Well, as you will find, everyone goes at their own pace. Some people test with a couple of weeks of studying, some with months. If you really want to go through it, I feel that motivation is the big thing to keep you moving. It's hard to study when the rest of the family is watching a movie, or outside playing, etc. You have to keep the end in sight which can be hard to do when you are in the middle of it. Try rnstudygroup on the yahoo groups, you can get motivation there and they have subgroups for all the nc tests and some of the pre-reqs too. Personally for me, I could get through test material in 3 weeks if I studied everyday as much as possible. But that is when I buckled down and did it!! Set goals for yourself...x amt each day, week, whatever-or schedule your tests ahead of time so you have no choice but to test. thanks for the congrats! good luck in your endeavor.

Spazzy Nurse, RN

Has 9 years experience. Specializes in Mental Health, MI/CD, Neurology.

Yaaaaaaaaaaaaaay!!! Way to go!

Now on to the fun stuff. :coollook:

missnurse01, MSN, RN

Has 18 years experience.

thanks again everyone! and spazzy i have read so many of your posts it's weird for you to actually be congrat'ing me! can't wait to post that i passed cpne, but that is a while out-no date yet. thanks again!:)

jnette, ASN, EMT-I

Has 10 years experience. Specializes in Hemodialysis, Home Health.

Oh boy... now the fun begins ! :rolleyes: :uhoh21:

Wish you the very best ! :balloons: I just get nervous even READING about someone taking this whopper... so glad it's well behind me now. :D

Spazzy Nurse, RN

Has 9 years experience. Specializes in Mental Health, MI/CD, Neurology.

:)

Let us know when you get a date. Any particular sites you're looking at?

Well, as you will find, everyone goes at their own pace. Some people test with a couple of weeks of studying, some with months. If you really want to go through it, I feel that motivation is the big thing to keep you moving. It's hard to study when the rest of the family is watching a movie, or outside playing, etc. You have to keep the end in sight which can be hard to do when you are in the middle of it. Try rnstudygroup on the yahoo groups, you can get motivation there and they have subgroups for all the nc tests and some of the pre-reqs too. Personally for me, I could get through test material in 3 weeks if I studied everyday as much as possible. But that is when I buckled down and did it!! Set goals for yourself...x amt each day, week, whatever-or schedule your tests ahead of time so you have no choice but to test. thanks for the congrats! good luck in your endeavor.

Hello,I read about yours sucess, wonderful, I am about to start studing for nc7, do you have pointers, thanks

missnurse01, MSN, RN

Has 18 years experience.

hey sisterc, nc7 was very much by the content guide-there were no surprises. follow that and you'll be fine.

spazzy...can't wait to tell you what my date is, but ec hasn't even sent me an app yet...i called three days in a row and they finally agreed to resend me one. i have already received my last status report and carjack, but no app!! so they finally agreed yest to resend me an application. i am leaning toward srmc, since i live in georgia and haven't heard anything bad lately about that site. originally i was dead set on wisconsin, but have heard good things about srmc since. i haven't gotten through much of the study guide of course, but have been looking at mnemonics and am starting to memorize those. thanks for the interest!! will post more when i know more!!:rotfl:

Pmdc

Specializes in Uromycetisis Poisoning.

I tested last weekend at SRMC. I never tested at any other sites, so I have nothing to compare, but I really thought that the SRMC site was great. All of the CEs were great, and the CA was awesome.

There were seven of us, and I know that at least three of us passed. Two did not pass, and the other two were still testing when I left, so I'm hoping that they passed as well.

Good luck!

PMDC, soon RN/PMDC

missnurse01, MSN, RN

Has 18 years experience.

wow pmdc! great job...i'm jealous! it's good to hear another good story about srmc, glad you had a great experience. good luck with the boards, do you know which state you will be licensed in prior to georgia? i have been trying to figure out which one will get you licensed the fastest so i can get my georgia license asap. i know some states will allow you to take boards with only a letter of 'completion' from the nursing school instead of actual transcripts. any thoughts as to how you are going to get your georgia license?

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