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Will they honor my BSN after passing NCLEX-RN?

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by Frances060818 Frances060818 (New) New Nurse

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Hello Everyone,

I am a silent follower of this group. I know one day I will be needing all your help to answer my query as I am really confused. I am an internationally educated nurse (from Philippines) back in 2010. I have submitted my CGFNS-CES professional and passed my IELTS last yr. Fast forward, I have passed my NCLEX-RN in Wa State 2 weeks ago.. My question is: will they honor my BSN or will they still require me to finish or go back to school to get the BSN? What I am thinking is that since I have my CGfNS CES report sent to them already (which they reviewed, and approved that’s why they gave me my ATT), then I don’t need to finish the BSN anymore.. Is this true? I emailed the person helping IEN like me in Wa Nrsng Commission but she didn’t answer this question. 

Thank you and will appreciate any feedback...

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Rose_Queen has 15 years experience as a BSN, MSN, RN and specializes in OR, education.

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Welcome, @Frances060818! Your post has been moved to the Nursing Registration forum for more relevant responses. You may also find it helpful to browse through the posts here to see others' experiences.

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vince_reads has 5 years experience as a BSN, LVN, RN and specializes in Medical-Surgical Nursing.

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Yes. Your BSN is acknowledged. You should have BSN, RN after your name. No need to put USRN (like how other Filipinos label themselves, for the sole purpose of colonial mentality). 

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Thank you for your kind advise. 😀

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