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Hi I'm Lalita joshi from Nepal only . Currently studying in India. Doing my B.Sc Nursing from Christian Medical College and Hospital Ludhiana 

Actually next year my graduation will be over and after 6 months I'll get my degree 

How can I apply for job and work as a registered nurse in Nepal 

So that I can have experience for at least 6 months before preparing for NCLEX 

Can you please guide me for this?

It will be a great help. Thank you!

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  • Admin says:
    2020-09-05
    First of all, you'd have to pass Nepal Nursing Council exam and get a nursing license. Then after you can apply for job. There are so many recruitment companies here and they'll help you get a job.
  • Lalita Joshi says:
    2020-09-06
    Thankyou so much for your reply.
    Thankyou for guiding me.


I am the sponsor ( second mom) for a young woman who recently graduated from LA University with a BS degree in Nursing....I want to know how much it costs to take training and exam preparation courses at this institution.

Also, does she need to work for 2 years as a nurse before taking the exam for nursing in the USA? Our goal is for her to move to the USA to work as a RN nurse....After she passes your international exam, will she still have to pass the California licensing exam before she can work here? What are your impressions of this training institution? I am very happy that there is a way to communicate with you...I live too far away to explore Sapna's options in person.....Thank you very much for taking the time to answer me. Dr. Karen Breschi, PhD... San Francisco, California, USA

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  • Admin says:
    2020-09-01
    Dear Ma'am,
    Thanks for your query and sorry for the late reply. The preparation cost is about 1025 USD in which she'll get full length 4 months NCLEX preparation, IELTS preparation, unlimited mock tests for NCLEX, books and resources as well as guidance in all type of processing until she get her ATT (Authorization to Take Test). No experience is needed to give NCLEX exam, all she need is a Nepali nursing license.
    For job placement different states have different rules. Unfortunately, applying to California is not possible from here because they ask for Social Security Number. So, initially she can apply for NY board of nursing which is fairly simple in comparison to other states and clinical experience required is 1 year minimum, whereas most of the states do not accept experience less than 2 years. So let her apply for NY, and after obtaining the required experience there, let her endorse her license to CA.
    We are in this field since 2004 and we are the first to start NCLEX preparation in Nepal. Currently we have also automated our online NCLEX classes considering the COVID-19. We are Asia's first to automate online NCLEX classes. Students will be provided their own dashboard where they can join live classes, watch recorded classes, get access to the resources and give mock tests just like they do in real NCLEX exam. We also are Asia's first and probably first in the world to provide NCLEX online/offline mock tests as well. Our pass rate is one of the highest pass rates in the world (please refer to NCSBN website). We have the pass rate of 92% in the first attempt, and considering 2018-2020 result set, our pass rate is 100%. We are continuously growing and we have one of the richest collection of resources for NCLEX preparation and software programs to help students develop more confidence in real NCLEX exam.


I'm in my second year of college (BNS). My question is when should I start with my prcoessing for NCLEX. 

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  • Admin says:
    2020-08-30
    It'd be better to take classes after you complete your study. If you already have a nursing license, you can even start immediately. But I recommend you to take classes after completing your study.


What will the total amount of money required for the full processing and classes? Is  job placement guaranted? Can IELTS be done after one passes NCLEX?

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  • Admin says:
    2020-07-03
    Dear Sureksha Giri, thanks for your question. The total cost for NCLEX preparation and all the processing fees, exam costs and everything may reach up to 3 lakh. But after passing NCLEX, everything is free including your airfare, immigration charges, 3 months accommodation in USA and plenty more things. Everything will be sponsored after you pass NCLEX and obtain the English test requirements. You can do IELTS after passing NCLEX but it may lengthen your time to go to USA. We recommend that you obtain IELTS score before or as soon as you complete NCLEX. All our students get IELTS classes as soon as they join NCLEX. There are not any rejection cases till date after you complete NCLEX and IELTS requirement.
  • Sureksha Giri says:
    2020-07-04
    Oh...What if u r married? How to apply in that case? What are the policies that u need to follow ?
  • Admin says:
    2020-07-04
    No need to worry. We will fully guide you in every step. Our mission is to make you able to pass NCLEX and make your successful job placement, either you are single or you have your dependents. We'll do whatever is best to our students, and you'd be fully satisfied with our services.


I applied for cgfns and my status shows document rejected because valid seal was not provided now what can i do ?

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  • Admin says:
    2020-06-18
    We can not disclose reply to this issue in public forum. Please contact our office for further information.


Actually I wanna ask you some questions regarding state.. In which state of US IELTS is not required or 6 score each band is sufficient for applying after passing nclex exam.. As well as which state will accept work experience of 1 year in general ward of nepal? I heard most of the state will accept 2 years experience in ICU, OT, Picu, Nicu, cathlab..

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  • Admin says:
    2020-06-06
    If you are applying for EB-3 Visa (occupational visa), IELTS is mandatory for every state with 7 in speaking and overall 6.5 or for TOEFL iBT total score not less than 84 with minimum of 26 in speaking. 1 year experience can be accepted if you apply through us to New York. We can even make job placement for inexperienced nurses as well. Experience and department may vary depending upon the state, but there is no compulsion that you have to have experience in a specific department, general ward nurses can also apply.


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  • Admin says:
    2020-06-06
    TOEFL iBT also has 4 sections with minimum 0 to maximum 30 points each section or module. The total score is 120, so for NCLEX students, TOEFL iBT score would be total score not less than 84 with speaking score of 26.


How to prioritize and practice a question? Saunders is causing kind of anxiety attack. Can you briefly explain how can i prioritize NCLEX questions. It is kind of difficult and so confusing. Which book i can refer for the basic understanding of prioritization concept.??

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  • Admin says:
    2020-06-06
    Dear Yagya, thank you again. Well proritization, deligation and assignment may be out of scope discussing in our forum. You may find plenty of online videos and other resources as well to cover the topic. Still I'll try to submit your question to our expert to provide an overview to you. Please stay connected.
  • Yagya Koirala says:
    2020-06-06
    @Admin.... thank you so much for your reply. Waiting for expert's overview.😊


How to study from Saunders Book, Actually i am confused whether to learn all contents by heart or just simply go through it (but nothing will be retained in brain). Kindly help me, any suggestions or recommendation appreciated.

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  • Admin says:
    2020-06-04
    Dear Yagya, thank you for your question. Actually reading book only won't help much (though it is necessary to understand the systems). The thing is to be able to prioritize the questions, practice through more and more questions, develop critical thinking skills, take practice tests and mock tests. Taking preparation class rather than self study would certainly be better option because you'll get confused in many places and it'd be very tedious for you. It's highly recommended to take preparation class in which the teacher will guide you in everything and make everything crystal clear, find our your weakness and strength and give you nice strategy. So I do not personally recommend self study because it may be very annoying to you.
  • Yagya Koirala says:
    2020-06-05
    @ Admin... thank you for ur reply. But for prioritizing and practicing questions we need to understand concept and Saunders is kind of causing anxiety attack. Can you briefly explain how can I learn to prioritize questions. It is actually so difficult and confusing.
  • Admin says:
    2020-06-06
    Dear Yagya, thank you again. Well proritization, deligation and assignment may be out of scope discussing in our forum. You may find plenty of online videos and other resources as well to cover the topic. Still I'll try to submit your question to our expert to provide an overview to you. Please stay connected.


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  • Admin says:
    2020-05-31

    Tips on Passing the NCLEX in One Attempt

    • Take the test early. Don't have too much gap between completion of your nursing degree.
    • Critical thinking and memorization represent crucial test-taking skills.
    • Familiarize yourself with the exam format.
    • Take practice tests and mock tests provided by NPCN
    • Don't miss any class and materials we provide.
    • Study effectively instead of cramming.


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  • Admin says:
    2020-05-31
    Good question indeed. Do not miss any or our classes, go through every material provided, complete every test and questions we provided, should be able to speak and verbalize what you know confidently (you know more content), understand how to think critically (things that don't go into your mind easily, able to make connections), you've spent time studying, Most importantly, you've taken our mock test plenty of times, topic wise mock tests and full length tests.


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  • Admin says:
    2020-05-31

    They are as below:

    • Oregon
    • Washington
    • New Mexico
    • Minnesota


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  • Admin says:
    2020-05-31

    Step 1: Applying with the State Board of Nursing where you will be practicing.

    Step 2: Registering with Pearson Vue to schedule your NCLEX location and date. Registration costs $200, plus additional fees if you are taking the NCLEX outside of the U.S.

    Step 3: Getting into the Country.



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  • Admin says:
    2020-05-31
    Client safety should take priority, so when analyzing NCLEX questions, think about first meeting the client's basic needs (e.g., oxygen, nutrition, elimination). The answer to many priority questions is often the option that will benefit the client the most, even if it doesn't involve direct nurse-to-patient treatment.


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  • Admin says:
    2020-05-31

    We do not follow a specific book. We have a huge collection of books since 2004, and our question bank probably may be the largest in the world. Though, some books are really good to have. They are:


    • Saunders Comprehensive Review NCLEX-RN (Best overall)
    • Lippincott Q&A Review for NCLEX-RN (Best Value)
    • NCLEX-RN Practice Questions Exam Cram (Budget Pick)


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  • Admin says:
    2020-05-31

    Although every state in the U.S. has their pros and cons, we have narrowed our list to the top 6 states for 2020.


    #1 New York


    Examination process is internationally friendly. They do not require a social security number to sit for the NCLEX, to apply for a license, or to renew a license. NY is multicultural, multi ethnic, and very advanced city. New technologies are tested first and you'll get a chance to update yourself with latest technologies and trends. We can even recruit inexperienced nurses for NY.


    #2 Idaho


    Not only are they known for their great potatoes, but their examination process is internationally friendly. They do not require a social security number to sit for the NCLEX, to apply for a license, or to renew a license. They also do not have a lot of international nurses applying at the moment so their turnaround time could potentially be shorter than other commonly used states.


    #3 Michigan


    From the Great Lakes to the great international nurse examination process, Michigan is another state that makes our top list. They also do not require a social security number to sit for the NCLEX, to apply for a license or to renew a license.


    #4 Montana


    Although Montana may be considered the wild west, their licensing requirements are far from it. They do not require a social security number to sit for the NCLEX, to apply or to renew. Montana has a pretty good processing time of 30 business days once everything is received.


    #5 Colorado


    Next up on our list is Colorado with very similar benefits as the other states. They do not require a social security number to obtain a license or maintain a license and their processing time is between 4-8 weeks, which is less than other popular states.


    #6 Texas


    It is one of our more popular states and for good reasons! They never require a social security number and we have not experienced issues with candidates obtaining a license there.


    If you are a RN with a minimum of 2 years of experience (though we recruit even inexperienced nurses in NY), currently working in a bedside setting and working on completing your NCLEX certification, our team is ready to help you transition into your next nursing adventure!



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  • Admin says:
    2020-05-31
    The test will produce a minimum of 75 questions, and a maximum of 265 questions. A candidate passes the test when the tester has answered enough questions correctly to stay above the pass line with 95% confidence interval. The candidate will fail the test when they do not rise about the pass line with 95% confidence.


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  • Admin says:
    2020-05-31
    The total duration may depend upon the student. Our classes are generally for 4 months at 2 hours per day Sunday-Friday.


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  • Admin says:
    2020-05-31
    Our classes are 2 hours per day, Sunday-Friday. After the class, it's recommended you to study 2 hours more at home. After completion of each topic or system, you've to sit for NCLEX mock test for that topic or system. After completion of the full course, you'll sit for full length NCLEX mock test.


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  • Admin says:
    2020-05-31
    Definitely it's hard, but if you prepare with NCLEX Preparation Center Nepal, and follow our guidelines, take plenty of mock tests for NCLEX, you'll surely pass in the first attempt with 75 questions.