Just finished NCSBN RN practice question banks 1-15 My range was 50-90 (avg was 61 after avg'ing all 15 tests). UWorld right now at 1200 questions I'm at 58% avg. I've been doing 150-200 questions a day and reading the rationales everyday. I'm also listening to Mark Klimek's recordings. My NCLEX is in two & half weeks. Are these scores at all any good? Should I reconsider my test date?
So I just got told by the board of nursing that I'm going to have to pay a 500 fine with no hold on my license for failure to disclose an issue I had 20 yrs ago. I'm going to have my BSN by December as well. How would this affect employment with a top Hospital like let's say Morristown Medical Center or University Hospital or Hackensack UMC? Thank you in advance for your responses.
Honestly I'm gonna be applying for September 2020 haha I'm just trying to see what I have to do to be ready when I apply in February I think it was. I didn't want Rutgers to tell me I'm missing something I could have finished before I applied. I do plan on going for their DNP program, though. Hope you get a response soon
I hope this doesn't come off as rude but if it was so easy what happened that you failed? I've been doing UWorld and the Lacharty priority book and now I'm reading the questions were much easier than UWorld and you unfortunately failed. I'm planning to take the NCLEX in July.
I'm curious if 3.4 is considered a low GPA to get into a college like Rutgers in NJ for the DNPprogram. I know their minimum is 3.0 but I'm hoping 3.4 is something they would overlook. Thank you for your inputs in advance!
I'm curious if 3.4 is considered a low GPA to get into a college like Rutgers in NJ for the DNP program. I know their minimum is 3.0 but I'm hoping 3.4 is something they would overlook. Thank you for your inputs in advance!
The0Walrus replied to The0Walrus's topic in Students
Thanks! I've been writing down the rationales and going over whatever I may have forgotten. I also just hit "all" questions to go through so I'll get some questions I got wrong and some I got right. I'll also re-read the rationales as well. I'm not sure if anyone else does it differently. I'm open to different ideas.
I'm just curious what Rutgers looks for in terms of years of work experience. I couldn't find anything online. Do they look for their candidates to have 1 or 2 years experience before applying for their DNP program? I should be getting my BSN shortly. Thank you in advance for your help!
I just got asked for information on a misdemeanor charge 10 years ago. I also got asked to state why I wrote "no" under whether I had been charged with a misdemeanor...
I think my nursing career is over before I finished school.. If I am able to get my license is there any chance I would be able to get a job with one of the bigger hospitals or am I pretty much blacklisted?
Coming out of nursing school I'd like to work full-time at one hospital and per diem at doing maybe home health or at another hospital. I'd like to work 5 days a week and have two days off. Does anybody else do this and can somebody tell me if this is manageable? Thank you in advance for your input!
The0Walrus replied to The0Walrus's topic in Criminal
Cuz I was handcuffed once for trespassing roughly 10 years ago but never had a mug shot or got put in a cell. I got handcuffed, brought to the precinct given a ticket that said I had to appear in court and then left. When I appeared in court it got down graded. It came up when I went for my gun license but it didn't bar me from getting it. I never got asked to produce any documents for it. This time I'm getting a letter I'm assuming to discuss what happened. This is in NJ. One of the strictest states on gun laws.
So I'm just wondering how long have people had to wait from the Board of nursing to make a decision?