I think you got me wrong steppybay. My concern here is they've already evaluated my credentials last 2013 and I was deemed deficient for MedSurg, Obstetrics, and Psychiatric Ng. I don't have any problems taking these deficiencies since I respect the code of regulations behind this issue. Last March 2015, I was contacted by this school offering these courses to comply the deficiencies. This school was referred to me from a friend of mine who completed the deficiencies and was issued a license by the CA BRN thereafter. He told me that they were about 50 IEN students completing their deficiencies at this school. I communicated this to my evaluator and granted me to make up the courses, however, I need to apply for Endorsement by licensure since I am already a RN in New York. She just told me to apply for endorsement and I don't need to resubmit the documents that was submitted by the school since they already have it on file. So I did what she said and started my application process for the school. 3 weeks after, I got a letter of denial stating that I need to take a RN program in order for me to be considered for licensure contrary to the first letter I got from last 2013 which stated that I need to take only 3 subjects. I don't understand what made my evaluator changed her mind and told me to retake the whole RN program. That is just ridiculous. I asked her why do I need to retake the whole RN program, wherein, I was only deficient with the 3 subjects?
And yes, the classmate who I was referring was from the same school, we graduated the same year, we have the same curriculum, and we almost have the same dates with our cases since we had a designated date for our completion of cases. He was granted to make up the deficiencies, but not retaking the whole RN program.
I also have a friend who was also offered to comply the deficiencies. He was also asked to reapply for endorsement since he's already a RN from another state and the evaluation is still the same from his previous. His evaluator was different from mine, though. Now, he is about to finish the program for completion of his deficiencies.
So that's it! ( I give up!
Anyway, thanks for the info steppybay! I've already read a lot of infos here in allnurses and also aware of the PNA/CHED agreeing with the CA BRN.