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Take the first step towards really becoming a registered nurse in the United States. We can show you the process to getting there.
After years of witnessing aspiring nursing students receive rejection letters from programs, active students fail the program, graduates fail the NCLEX, and practicing nurses face anxiety the first month on the job, Chioma found a new purpose. In 2012, she launched her website, choosingnursing.net.
Having spent her professional years growing in her craft, wielding her prowess in leadership roles and mentoring nurses, reading the headlines about the nursing shortage spurred her to act. She has now helped over 1,000 nurse graduates successfully pass their NCLEX exam.
One of the upsetting news is that now our fellow Canadian friends are failing the NCLEX exam at alarming average rate of 20%! That's a lot! And let's talk about why that is. Well unfortunately starting January 1, 2015, both the NCLEX-RN and the NCLEX-PN exam were changed to the U.S. NCLEX-RN exam for Canada nurses too.
Are you a foreign graduate nurse and you're not sure what the process looks like to becoming a registered nurse? Or maybe you're in the process of researching about nursing and you want to know how exactly to get started. Inside this article, I will walk you through six steps to becoming a registered nurse.
If you are a nurse who graduated from nursing school outside of the United States and you now desire to work in the United States or Canada then you are required to successfully pass the NCLEX exam in order to be licensed to work within the U.S. or Canada. However statistics show that..
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