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    Applying for CA RN

    Hello! I am a BSN graduate of batch 2013 from Philippines. Due to my Indian citizenship, I was not allowed to take the local boards there so I applied for NCLEX last 2014 for Arizona which I passed. Due to some family issues, I can't go to Arizona and work there so I am planning to endorse my license to California. I am well aware of the concurrency issue with Philippine graduates. So for the meantime, I am planning to apply for LVN license and atleast start working and gaining experience while I will be studying for the deficiency courses. I also read some threads that says that it is hard to get into colleges that offer deficiency courses. So for the worst case, I am planning to just take the BSN program again. My question is, if ever I completed the BSN program again, do I need to take the NCLEX-RN again or they will consider my first NCLEX? By the way, I have SSN so that's not a problem. I really need your opinions please!!
  2. kamalsidhu1248

    Applying for CA RN

    Hello! I am a BSN graduate of batch 2013 from Philippines. Due to my Indian citizenship, I was not allowed to take the local boards there so I applied for NCLEX last 2014 for Arizona which I passed. Due to some family issues, I can't go to Arizona and work there so I am planning to endorse my license to California. I am well aware of the concurrency issue with Philippine graduates. So for the meantime, I am planning to apply for LVN license and atleast start working and gaining experience while I will be studying for the deficiency courses. I also read some threads that says that it is hard to get into colleges that offer deficiency courses. So for the worst case, I am planning to just take the BSN program again. My question is, if ever I completed the BSN program again, do I need to take the NCLEX-RN again or they will consider my first NCLEX? By the way, I have SSN so that's not a problem. I really need your opinions please!!
  3. kamalsidhu1248

    Applying for CA RN

    Hello! I am a BSN graduate of batch 2013 from Philippines. Due to my Indian citizenship, I was not allowed to take the local boards there so I applied for NCLEX last 2014 for Arizona which I passed. Due to some family issues, I can't go to Arizona and work there so I am planning to endorse my license to California. I am well aware of the concurrency issue with Philippine graduates. So for the meantime, I am planning to apply for LVN license and atleast start working and gaining experience while I will be studying for the deficiency courses. I also read some threads that says that it is hard to get into colleges that offer deficiency courses. So for the worst case, I am planning to just take the BSN program again. My question is, if ever I completed the BSN program again, do I need to take the NCLEX-RN again or they will consider my first NCLEX? By the way, I have SSN so that's not a problem. I really need your opinions please!!
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