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I am not sure what state you are in, but I know most states, depending on how long your license has lapsed, require that you complete the training again.
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if you call your board of nursing, they can tell you where to take a relisensure class. Good luck.
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It may be near when it seems so far.
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It's when things seem worst that you must not quit.
Why not try to find out from a local college or nursing school. They may be aware of courses to take to prepare for the tests. I know there are quite a few new nurses in my area who took a course to prepare for taking the test. Call your state licensure board, they may be able to point you in the right direction. Good luck. We need all the nurses that are out there. Sandy
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There should be some online courses available..at least some information on how to relicense....Depending on what state you are in....some hospitals will help you with relicensure if you make a commitment to work for them......Good Luck.........
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Anyone know if there is a schooling or course to help pass the boards.
I have been out of practice for over 7 years now. I need to retest to relicense do to letting the license lapse. I'm hoping to find a course or schooling that will refresh and update me so that I can pass the test (it was difficult for me the first time). I'm hoping not to have to take a 2 year nursing course again, just to do it.
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