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Why Filipino Nurses Should Take the NCLEX?

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If you’re a Filipino nurse, you know that it’s a lot of hard work, but the rewards are worth it. With the rising popularity of nursing as a career option, there’s always a demand for qualified nurses.

But if you’re considering nursing school, you may be wondering if it’s worth it. After all, you have to put in long hours, be on-call, and be responsible for the health and well-being of others.

So, why should Filipino nurses take the NCLEX exam?

The Importance of Preparing for the NCLEX Exam

The NCLEX exam is very important. It is one of the most challenging exams to take. It is important to prepare for the exam because it will help you to pass. You should spend time studying and get ready for the exam. You can start by reading books and watching videos about the exam. Make sure that you learn how to study and how to study effectively. You can also go to a review center for a live lectures and take some practice tests, or simply enroll an online class. This way, you will know what you are doing wrong and what you are doing right.

The NCLEX exam is a nursing test. This is a standardized test that nurses have to take in order to become licensed in the United States, and now, some other countries use NCLEX too. It is given by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing. It is used to check whether or not a nurse is safe to practice as an entry level nurse.

It is important to know how to work with a team. You will have to work with your colleagues to provide better services to your patients. You must know how to take care of patients who are critically ill. You will have to be able to care for your patients. You should also know how to apply proper infection control procedures.

Prepare Your Mind to Pass the NCLEX Exam

It’s a good idea to work on your weaknesses. You should also make sure that you have the right materials to study. You can use flashcards to memorize new information. You can also get an NCLEX prep book from your school, any bookstore, or online. You need to find out if the book has everything that you need to know and must have the current updated information and trends. Typically, you would want to get a book that is published within the last five years. You can also look at other available online resources. You can look at the NCSBN – NCLEX website for more information about the exam.

What Are The Advantages of Taking the NCLEX

One of the most important things to consider when taking the NCLEX exam is how much income potential it can provide you once you pass it. It is a good idea to think about the opportunities it can give you in the long run. If you are planning to work in the states as a registered nurse you must take the NCLEX exam.

Benefits of Passing the NCLEX

There are many reasons why you should pass the NCLEX. Aside from the money you will earn, you can also get a good job. Hospitals require international nurses to have passed the NCLEX in order to be hired. As a nurse, you will be able to work in a hospital or clinic that provides healthcare to patients. You can also work in a nursing home or other places that provide care to people who need assistance. You can get the best job if you pass the NCLEX. You can even make a good income if you pass the NCLEX.

Passing the NCLEX exam is a great achievement. However, you should know that it is not a cakewalk. You have to work hard for it. But, when you pass the exam, you can be proud of yourself. You will also be able to bring your family members with you to the United States. This is a big advantage. You can take your family to the United States and start their new life there. You can also start a new job there. Your family will also have a better opportunity than before.

Conclusion

You will get a huge advantage if you do pass the exam. In fact, if you do pass, you will be given a huge opportunity to work in the best hospitals in the US. This is not a dream. It is a reality. So don’t wait any longer to make your dreams come true. Get started right now.

If you want to know the top five US states to apply as a nurse from the Philippines the my blog click here Five US state to apply for NCLEX/

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I transitioned to my own domain website from the free WordPress account so that I can reach more Filipino nurses all over the world in achieving their goals. Whether it’s about their career, family or even just traveling.

Since my last blog post, there are great strides and also challenges that happened. The COVID-19, the community lockdown and isolations emerged. We had transitioned once again to a “new normal”.

I, along with my family have decided to join the YouTube community in the hope of giving inspiration for you and your family!

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Our journey begins today

ANurseDad has now officially transitioned to its new home, our very own domain, anursedad.com. After many years running on the free platform thru WordPress.com, we are now on our own! I am very happy and excited to bring you the latest updates that will help you on your journey towards your NCLEX goals.

ANurseDad started as a simple blog that was originally intended share his own struggles and journey in passing the much dreaded NCLEX-RN examination.Did you know that as an international NCLEX-RN test taker (outside USA graduate), we are already on the disadvantage? Based on the latest 2017 NCLEX statistics, international graduates taking the NCLEX-RN examination for their first time has 38% pass rate compared to US-educated NCLEX-RN first time test takers which has 88% pass rate.

I moved to the United States and started working as a Medical Assistant after I left my work and my life as a Registered Nurse from the Philippines in the year 2012. Moving on and forward in becoming a US Registered Nurse, I focused on: why NCLEX test takers fail? What is it that we have not done differently? As multiple-test-taker myself, I ask What are your career goals?

For those nurses who are planning take the NCLEX-RN as an international graduate, let ANurseDad.com join you and take this journey towards our goal. For those nurses that are presently working in a different field or working the healthcare as a Technician or Medical Assistant, ANurseDad.com has a lot of things to share with you all as well.

Focus on your goal and don’t lose sight of it. Say it, write it down and claim it! You too will become a USRN!

2010 in review

The stats helper monkeys at WordPress.com mulled over how this blog did in 2010, and here’s a high level summary of its overall blog health:

Healthy blog!

The Blog-Health-o-Meter™ reads Fresher than ever.

Crunchy numbers

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A Boeing 747-400 passenger jet can hold 416 passengers. This blog was viewed about 1,400 times in 2010. That’s about 3 full 747s.

In 2010, there were 20 new posts, not bad for the first year! There were 29 pictures uploaded, taking up a total of 3mb. That’s about 2 pictures per month.

The busiest day of the year was August 19th with 151 views. The most popular post that day was AML just like FM.

Where did they come from?

The top referring sites in 2010 were facebook.com, twitter.com, WordPress Dashboard, obama-scandal-exposed.co.cc, and iconfactory.com.

Some visitors came searching, mostly for kids with leukemia cancer, abnormal blood cells images, leukemia theraphy, rp football team, and filipino nurse.

Attractions in 2010

These are the posts and pages that got the most views in 2010.

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AML just like FM August 2010
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Baraquiel – battle against AML August 2010
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A President Aquino (again). June 2010

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Thank you Bar September 2010
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Filipino Nurse: No Choice July 2010
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