Hi po, graduate po ako ng BSN last 2008,I didnt make it on the Board exam locally, my husband is a US citizen base in San Diego, and he wanted to get me here.Ask ko lng po if pwd po akong mag take ng NCLEX pagdating ko don, sabi po nla mas maige dw mag review don kesa rito sa pinas. how much po ang bayad sa review at fee pag d2 po sa pinas ? tsaka ganun din po sa Cali, magkano po lhat bbyaran and what are the requirements.. pls help me po…
Here is the thing I personally think it would be best if you can retake the local board exams since it is a prerequisite in applying in California Board of Nursing. It might come as a problem for you later on when they ask for a license in the country where you were educated. Even if you give them an explanation letter it might not guarantee that they’d let you sit in for the exam since they will also have to consider your reason for not being able to take the examination. As for the review, there really is some difference based on my own experience. But the thing is it costs a lot and most reviews are really short as compared to what we have in the Philippines. Since you do not have a definite time period on when you would be able to get to the US it would be best to utilize the time you have at the moment attending review sessions in the Philippines it is cheaper and teaching method is familiar. Its more fast paced in the US and most reviews are around 3- 4 days and is quite pricey but you do get a lot of helpful insight. Kaplan in the US has a lot to offer but they charge differently for international students. Review in the US is around $300- $800 and as for the application fee in CA BON is around $130 (without the interim permit).
hi mam!ask ko lang po pano po mag change ng name for retake sa Cali..I got married na po kc so gz2 ko po sana gamitin famly name ng hubby ko..thanks poh..
You need to download, print and fill out the Name/ Address Change Form and then provide a copy of your marriage certificate.
ms. joan. ayos lng po ba kumuha ako ng CES sa ibang agency. without taking CGFNS exam? sa Massachusetts po daw kasi kahit CES lng
Its fine actually but the thing is the CGFNS is the most used agency in the Philippines and the other agencies where you will be requesting documents (school, PRC etc.) are familiar with the set up of CGFNS I am just afraid that if you avail of other agencies to do your CES credentials it might have issues and new adjustments both for you and the school/ PRC. Also, you are NOT required to take the CGFNS Qualifying Exam in order to avail of their CES services from CGNFS. It will only be a problem when the CGFNS Qualifying exam is a pre requisite in applying for Massachusetts which is NOT the case.
I am confused. Please help me. My father wants me to take exam in Saipan. Maybe he means that I should be a licensed nurse in Saipan first. This is possible but I already have my eligibility to take the NCLEX-RN in California. Which task should I accomplish first? Is it licensure in Saipan or licensure in California. Please help me, Thank you and God Bless!
It would be best to sit down for the NCLEX-RN examination for California and then upon passing, transfer your license to Saipan just so to avoid any discrepancies with your papers. And it would be a waste having an eligibility with California and not using it.
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