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  1. Though I got a couple places in mind I'd rather love to work at, I been applying everywhere and continue to do so. Looking into relocating now. Hopefully that yields something positive. Thanks nonetheless for your encouraging comment.
  2. Do not require sponsorship. Got work docs and do expect to get the green card shortly. I've got some experience with per diem, part time home health nursing, behavioral health services experience with children and geriatric patients living with Autism Spectrum disorders and Alzheimers respectively as well as research experience with minority population during graduate thesis research. I'd like something to do with work out in the field or community or a remote position in case management, utilization review, research or anything that guarantees some measure of independence with my work.
  3. I am a foreign nurse with over two years of nursing experience overseas. Secured my RN license in 2010 in Pennsylvania. Also have a BSN (Foreign University), a Masters degree (US University). Since then however, I have completed several job applications and but for one short term coding assignment, remain unable to secure a job. I do very good interviews and speak without much of an accent most of which I've lost anyway due in part to stay in Britain. Still searching.. remote positions, office etc. Could there be something Im doing wrongly? Would welcome advice, suggestion..
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    BSN new grad can't find a job, should I just go for FP?

    I am a foreign nurse with over two years of nursing experience overseas. Secured my RN license in 2010 in Pennsylvania. I also have a BSN, a Masters degree from a university here in Pennsylvania. Since then however, I have completed several job applications and but for one short term coding assignment, remain unable to secure a job. I do very good interviews and speak without much of an accent most of which I've lost anyway. Currently searching for remote positions.. Could there be something Im doing wrongly? Someone advise
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    Did I pass the NCLEX?

    I PASSED THE BOARDS!! Still yet to believe this is all real... everything's yet to sink in, way too exhausted to celebrate... so many emotions.. Just want to say thanks to all the nurses on the blog here for your support. Finally got my wings... now I can fly. Cyrille. MPH, BSN, RN
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    Did I pass the NCLEX?

    Really do hope I make it. The waiting game would be painfully difficult to bear nonetheless
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    Did I pass the NCLEX?

    Only took it today so results won't be available till another two days. Whats the PVT trick? Do not know how to go about it.
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    Did I pass the NCLEX?

    Hi all, I took the boards today. Down with a terrible headache just thinking 'bout how it all went down. Infection control, lots of prioritization and "who do you assess first" questions, few select all that apply as well. Had settled in for 265 questions when it shut down at 129. On all kaplan, ATI comprehensive prep tests etc, I been able to keep my scores above 65% going in except for one or two 62 and 63s. I must say this though, the nclex-rn board exams is nothing like all those prep tests out there. It certainly was challenging! At 129 questions? What do y'all think? Thanks
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    Latest version of ATI comprehensive predictor

    sorry bro, im looking for the exact same thing too for RNs though. I dont have it
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    NCLEX 3500: Study software for NCLEX-RN

    Hope it helps. All the best
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    NCLEX 3500: Study software for NCLEX-RN

    I have the nclex 3500 file on my email. Would send it to everyone who needs it. Been using it for a while in addition to exam cram and kaplan. Don't know what to make of it since I seem to do well on it.
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    Kaplan NCLEX-RN Strategy Practice Exam

    Looking to take it in the next two-three weeks depending on when I get the ATT papers. Length of prep. varies from person to person depending on your situation. But normally, once your practice exam scores(Kaplan, ATI etc) begin ranging between 65%-75,80%, you're in position to take a shot at the boards. This is by no means a "golden rule" nor a guarantee you'll pass, just as a lesser score does not rule you out either. There have been exceptions. In determining your readiness however, these are things to consider.
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    Kaplan NCLEX-RN Strategy Practice Exam

    I took the same 180 question exam as well, did a 68%. Have alternated on different kaplan exams between 73(max) and 63(min) Really pray this gets me past the boards. Talk about anxiety. Would provide updates on exam outcome soon.
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    SHARE your KAPLAN scores Please!

    @Advocated. Thanks for the info. @Angelako; We're on the same boat. Though I been doing fairly well on the kaplan test, Im going gaga thinking about the exam. Cant wait to put it all behind. With some more question practice though, I believe we should do just fine.
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    SHARE your KAPLAN scores Please!

    Thanks. Kinda reassuring to hear that. Did a 67% on the Q5 recently. Does anyone know or have any idea what your percentage score on the actual exam should be looking like @ the 75th question if the computer is to shut down by then? Said this for two reasons; Since I take my time with each question, I use up much time and tire out mentally after 100 questions. Secondly, on all my Q trainer exams thus far (@75th question) my scores have been slightly lower Q1-61% Q2-73% Q3-67% Q4-59% and Q5-62%. Based off of your experiences what do you guys think? Thanks
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    SHARE your KAPLAN scores Please!

    I'm also utilizing the question trainer for my assessment and would appreciate your feedback on my readiness for the exams. I should take it in the next two weeks. Q1-61% Q2-73% Q3-62% Q4-63%. Can't help feeling nervous going in for the exams. Your counsels will be very much appreciated. Thanks
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