What does this mean?

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Hello all,

Please don't laugh at me for asking this question! When you check your CGFNS status online and it says: Secondary school diploma-"meets all program requirements for the service" License -"meets all program requirements for the service" -transcript-"meets all program requirements for the service." What does that mean?:banghead:

See, I am planning to resume my review of the Saunders comprehensive book,however, I am not sure if I will be given the green light to sit the exam.I wanted to take the exam in April,however, I have decided that I need more time to prepare.I am planning on taking it in May.

Thanks in advance.

Chavelle.

P.S. my report has already been issued,I have not received my copy though.

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Silverdragon102, BSN

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CGFNS has nothing to do with NCLEX but if the report has been issued to the state BON then all you are waiting for now is eligibility as long as you have sent application to BON and paid fees

chavelle1124

chavelle1124

42 Posts

Thanks a lot! I meant in terms of deficiency in my credentials.I was wondering if everything is ok where my credentials concerned.

Thanks.

Chavelle.

evie08

evie08

35 Posts

I think you should be good. (in terms of credentials). That's what my CGFNS info was saying when everything is fine and info has already been transmitted to the BON of the State I applied to. :D

A week after report has been submitted, if I remember correctly, I think I received my ATT.:wink2:

chavelle1124

chavelle1124

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Great!! Thanks for sharing.Have you taken the NCLEX yet?

evie08

evie08

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Yes I have. I took it last Feb 17. With a lot of prayers and a little bit of luck, I passed in my first try. You can do it, too:D

chavelle1124

chavelle1124

42 Posts

Whatever :D. Congrats:up:!!!! Hope I can benefit from your little prayers too:D

Are you from the U.K.?

Chavelle.

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