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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by MamaTheMama: 9:01pm On Mar 05
£150

annmmesoma:
Hi everyone, please what's the registration fee prize of CBT?
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by annmmesoma: 11:11pm On Mar 05
[quote author=MamaTheMama post=76383617]£150

Hi,I messaged you.could you please reply because I will love to find out something from you
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by annmmesoma: 11:13pm On Mar 05
[quote author=MamaTheMama post=76383617]£150

Hi,I messaged you.could you please reply because I will like to find out something from you, thanks
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by fendorf(m): 11:25pm On Mar 05
Please how long does the visascreen processing takes with cgfns?
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by megas(m): 12:04pm On Mar 06
Adayoung:

ur contact pls.
and also is it possible to do a Bnsc programme in a university while one is working

Hi Adayoung,

Vacancies exists to nurses who have a degree and have passed ielts/OET and CBT.

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by vickyehi: 5:07pm On Mar 06
Yuzee:
Plz where can I get Saunders comprehensive review 7th edition in Nigeria?
Send me a PM. It's too large to attach here

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Hunnybee: 7:08pm On Mar 06
Not only those with a degree, as long as you're a RN and pass Ielts and CBT then you can move to the UK. Adayoung, You can get in touch with Envertiz for help with CBT and jobs

megas:


Hi Adayoung,

Vacancies exists to nurses who have a degree and have passed ielts/OET and CBT.

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Yuzee(f): 8:21pm On Mar 06
Thanks but I'm sure it's the soft copy u are talking about...i have it... It's the hard copy I want... I don't mind buying a used one
vickyehi:

Send me a PM. It's too large to attach here
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by tolulopearl: 4:49pm On Mar 07
A3710:

Sorry I don't have that. I have Saunders, lippincott kaplan, davis and nclex made incredibly easy (all in soft copy). If interested I can forward to ur mail
please can you email these materials to me at tolulopearl700@gmail.com?
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by vickyehi: 4:54pm On Mar 07
Yuzee:
Thanks but I'm sure it's the soft copy u are talking about...i have it... It's the hard copy I want... I don't mind buying a used one
Ohky I dont have it. You could order on Amazon if you really need it.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by vickyehi: 5:09pm On Mar 07
While preparing for the NCLEX-RN, try not to spread yourself too thin with numerous materials so you dont have anxiety when you cant finish any.
My preparation advice are ;

Content; Saunders then Mark klimek

This should be covered at the initial stage of preparation that is while you are doing all the CGFNS requirements. It comes in very handy especially if it has been a while since you left school and you weren't reading outside of your nursing school notes.
Klimerk would help you consolidate the knowledge you have gathered from Saunders and what you already know.

Delegation; Lacharity
It would help you understand the roles of UAPs/ LPNs and brush up your prioritization skills also.

Qbank; Kaplan then Uworld.
Kaplan could be used along side Saunders while you are still doing all the BON wahala but save the CBT tests for later.
Uworld could be started when you have gotten your ATT. That's in the final 8 weeks of preparation so you can use it to measure how far you have come.
Last 2 weeks of the 8 weeks can be for all your CBTs and readiness tests.

Please note that this may not work for everyone but I found it helpful. However it is very important not to loose faith in your capabilities irrespective of what scores you are getting on your Qbank attempts. I also don't believe in doing Qbanks multiple times because I feel you are cramming the questions and answers ( I dont know about you but I would remember it if I have seen it before).

BEST OF LUCK AS YOU PREPARE kiss kiss
....surely it would end in praise for everyone sitting any exams

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Uchebisola: 9:23pm On Mar 07
IyaEjima:
Iyaejima, good afternoon. I have a few questions I would like to ask you privately if you don't mind. Can I have your email address or phone number if you don't mind. I am in Manitoba at the moment. My email address is eunicedearie@yahoo.com. Thank you very much.
I beg to disagree with this info cuz I am practising in Manitoba. Even with the merger (which is only within one health region (and only in the ER and ICU depts which Nigerian nurses hardly go to) leaving other specialty areas in this region and other health regions free of this your allegation, there are still nursing positions open every single day and people are still getting employed. The college (and not board) doesn’t delay applications (evaluations come from NNAS by the way, You apply to the college after NNAS and people hear back from the college within 5-7days at the latest). People delay themselves because it takes them forever to come up with the exam fee, pick an exam date and prep for their competence exam. Need I add that many IENs are scared of the exam and spread rumours around instead. I remember people telling me it was the hardest exam ever and if I listened to them and prepared eternally, I may never have gathered the courage to write it. So please be very objective when you advise people.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Yuzee(f): 2:28pm On Mar 08
Okay dear thanks
vickyehi:

Send me a PM. It's too large to attach here
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Yuzee(f): 2:31pm On Mar 08
Okay dear thanks
vickyehi:

Ohky I dont have it. You could order on Amazon if you really need it.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by fendorf(m): 2:35pm On Mar 08
[please help oooquote author=fendorf post=76386844]Please how long does the visascreen processing takes with cgfns? [/quote]
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Yuzee(f): 2:38pm On Mar 08
Thank you so much for this
vickyehi:
While preparing for the NCLEX-RN, try not to spread yourself too thin with numerous materials so you dont have anxiety when you cant finish any.
My preparation advice are ;

Content; Saunders then Mark klimek

This should be covered at the initial stage of preparation that is while you are doing all the CGFNS requirements. It comes in very handy especially if it has been a while since you left school and you weren't reading outside of your nursing school notes.
Klimerk would help you consolidate the knowledge you have gathered from Saunders and what you already know.

Delegation; Lacharity
It would help you understand the roles of UAPs/ LPNs and brush up your prioritization skills also.

Qbank; Kaplan then Uworld.
Kaplan could be used along side Saunders while you are still doing all the BON wahala but save the CBT tests for later.
Uworld could be started when you have gotten your ATT. That's in the final 8 weeks of preparation so you can use it to measure how far you have come.
Last 2 weeks of the 8 weeks can be for all your CBTs and readiness tests.

Please note that this may not work for everyone but I found it helpful. However it is very important not to loose faith in your capabilities irrespective of what scores you are getting on your Qbank attempts. I also don't believe in doing Qbanks multiple times because I feel you are cramming the questions and answers ( I dont know about you but I would remember it if I have seen it before).

BEST OF LUCK AS YOU PREPARE kiss kiss
....surely it would end in praise for everyone sitting any exams

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by vickyehi: 5:37pm On Mar 08
fendorf:
[please help oooquote author=fendorf post=76386844]Please how long does the visa screen processing takes with cgfns?
currently on mine but I think it takes about 6-8weeks after they have notified you of receiving all your documents.

BTW.......i want to try to take you guys along as my journey progresses. my hope is that it encourages someone and inspires lots just like my Oga "tunjinodaysoff" and others have been doing.

*So I just signed a 2year contract with Westways Staffing this week. The journey ahead is still quite something but oluwa is involved grin
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by IYIMAN: 6:56pm On Mar 08
It is quite a while on this forum. A lot of colleagues have moved to both the UK and the USA on this forum. Thanks to everyone that have contributed.
It is comforting to know that the creator of this thread Barbiee is packing her bags already to relocate soonest. A good number of us in the US are doing fine.... Maybe a new thread will soon come up to share our experiences, practising outside Nigeria.
To everyone still planning, make hay while the sun shines, before the requirements change. All the best to those preparing for Nclex.
Please consider *Vickyehi* advice. Saunders and Uworld. Shalom!

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by wondafl: 8:31pm On Mar 08
Hi all. Kudus to you all for sharing useful information. Please i need advice i am eager to leave this country preferably to US. I am about to sign contract with Avant and about to commence cgfns ces. From observation i notice US journey takes nothing less than 18months grom CES CGFNS to visa immigration completion. So i am considering starting the UK process of CBT and IELTS so that if God wills i can go to UK while i continue with Avant US process. Please help with advice does it make sense. Thanks
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by wondafl: 8:35pm On Mar 08
IYIMAN:
It is quite a while on this forum. A lot of colleagues have moved to both the UK and the USA on this forum. Thanks to everyone that have contributed.
It is comforting to know the the creator of this thread Barbiee is packing her bags already to relocate soonest. A good number of us in the US are doing fine.... Maybe a new thread will soon come up to share our experiences, practising outside Nigeria.
To everyone still planning, make hay while the sun shines, before the requirements change. All the best to those preparing for Nclex.
Please consider *Vickyehi* advice. Saunders and Uworld. Shalom!
The new thread to share experience will make alot of sense.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by IYIMAN: 8:49pm On Mar 08
wondafl:
Hi all. Kudus to you all for sharing useful information. Please i need advice i am eager to leave this country preferably to US. I am about to sign contract with Avant and about to commence cgfns ces. From observation i notice US journey takes nothing less than 18months grom CES CGFNS to visa immigration completion. So i am considering starting the UK process of CBT and IELTS so that if God wills i can go to UK while i continue with Avant US process. Please help with advice does it make sense. Thanks

A lot of people have done and are still doing that. The US process is a game of time where patience is the watchword. While moving to UK, consider your contract with the UK agent may be 2 years. And so, may subsist while you're ready to move to the US... Barbiee
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by wondafl: 10:00pm On Mar 08
Thanks for your kind and prompt response. Please what is ur candid advice in consideration of your last sentence .and do you have an idea of how much time it may take for the UK process from passing CBT and IELTS to travelling for OSCE. Thanks alot.
IYIMAN:

A lot of people have done and are still doing that. The US process is a game of time where patience is the watchword. While moving to UK, consider your contract with the UK agent may be 2 years. And so, may subsist while you're ready to move to the US... Barbiee
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by vickyehi: 10:04pm On Mar 08
wondafl:
Hi all. Kudus to you all for sharing useful information. Please i need advice i am eager to leave this country preferably to US. I am about to sign contract with Avant and about to commence cgfns ces. From observation i notice US journey takes nothing less than 18months grom CES CGFNS to visa immigration completion. So i am considering starting the UK process of CBT and IELTS so that if God wills i can go to UK while i continue with Avant US process. Please help with advice does it make sense. Thanks

My advice is that you should go the UK ist because remaining in Nigeria is not good for mental health grin cheesy cheesy cheesy.
However if you can, sign a short contract 1yr or find an employer yourself so you dont have to sign any contract with a staffing agency.
But whatever you do, dont wait in Nigeria grin

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by barbiee: 10:13pm On Mar 08
I'm so sorry I have not been active on this thread.
Congratulations to iyiman, finally your US dream is a reality and a big congratulations to those that are living their dreams abroad. I'm happy you didn't give up and I hope the success stories from this thread encourages nurses in Nigeria aiming for a better life .. don't settle for less, you can achieve more than you ever imagined.

For those that have been here from the beginning, and to you that have kept this thread alive by responding to questions, your reward is in heaven.

Some of you are aware that I stopped processing my US application midway due to personal reasons however, I proceeded to attempt registration in the UK and will be resuming US registration on a latter date.
I'm going to share every detail about this new adventure very soon.

It is possible to start and finish UK registration within 4 months. Infact, right now the UK is the fastest and easiest route for nurses who really want to leave Nigeria. It's also a good place to start from if your USA or Canadian dream is taking too long.

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by wondafl: 10:21pm On Mar 08
Thank you so much
vickyehi:


My advice is that you should go the UK ist because remaining in Nigeria is not good for mental health grin cheesy cheesy cheesy.
However if you can, sign a short contract 1yr or find an employer yourself so you dont have to sign any contract with a staffing agency.
But whatever you do, dont wait in Nigeria grin
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by wondafl: 10:25pm On Mar 08
vickyehi:


My advice is that you should go the UK ist because remaining in Nigeria is not good for mental health grin cheesy cheesy cheesy.
However if you can, sign a short contract 1yr or find an employer yourself so you dont have to sign any contract with a staffing agency.
But whatever you do, dont wait in Nigeria grin
Thank you so much
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by wondafl: 10:30pm On Mar 08
barbiee:
I'm so sorry I have not been active on this thread.
Congratulations to iyiman, finally your US dream is a reality and a big congratulations to those that are living their dreams abroad. I'm happy you didn't give up and I hope the success stories from this thread encourages nurses in Nigeria aiming for a better life .. don't settle for less, you can achieve more than you ever imagined.

For those that have been here from the beginning, and to you that have kept this thread alive by responding to questions, your reward is in heaven.

Some of you are aware that I stopped processing my US application midway due to personal reasons however, I proceeded to attempt registration in the UK and will be resuming US registration on a latter date.
I'm going to share every detail about this new adventure very soon.

It is possible to start and finish UK registration within 4 months. Infact, right now the UK is the fastest and easiest route for nurses who really want to leave Nigeria. It's also a good place to start from if your USA or Canadian dream is taking too long.
Dear Barbie your reward is in heaven and on earth. Thanks for the encouragement. I am super motivated.

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by IYIMAN: 11:33pm On Mar 08
vickyehi:


My advice is that you should go the UK ist because remaining in Nigeria is not good for mental health grin cheesy cheesy cheesy.
However if you can, sign a short contract 1yr or find an employer yourself so you dont have to sign any contract with a staffing agency.
But whatever you do, dont wait in Nigeria grin

Warning: Whatever you do, don't wait in Nigeria.

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by barbiee: 12:26am On Mar 09
And one more thing.

No matter what anyone tells you, DO NOT PAY ANY AGENT FOR REGISTRATION OR FOR MATERIALS!!
there are many free CBT, IELTS and NCLEX materials available on softcopy to go round.
Don't be desperate to the point of parting with your hard earned money. Those study materials you are itching to buy were sent to your agent/seller free of charge and will be sent to you too if you request for it.
Let's be our sisters and brothers keeper.

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by vickyehi: 1:14am On Mar 09
Please can someone send me the CBT materials!
I need to propagate this Gospel of the uk grin

Seriously though I need it......thanks

*thanks I got the materials
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by vickyehi: 1:17am On Mar 09
barbiee:
I'm so sorry I have not been active on this thread.
Congratulations to iyiman, finally your US dream is a reality and a big congratulations to those that are living their dreams abroad. I'm happy you didn't give up and I hope the success stories from this thread encourages nurses in Nigeria aiming for a better life .. don't settle for less, you can achieve more than you ever imagined.

For those that have been here from the beginning, and to you that have kept this thread alive by responding to questions, your reward is in heaven.

Some of you are aware that I stopped processing my US application midway due to personal reasons however, I proceeded to attempt registration in the UK and will be resuming US registration on a latter date.
I'm going to share every detail about this new adventure very soon.

It is possible to start and finish UK registration within 4 months. Infact, right now the UK is the fastest and easiest route for nurses who really want to leave Nigeria. It's also a good place to start from if your USA or Canadian dream is taking too long.

Very well said sis.....I am seriously rooting for you kiss kiss kiss

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by IYIMAN: 1:56am On Mar 09
barbiee:
And one more thing.

No matter what anyone tells you, DO NOT PAY ANY AGENT FOR REGISTRATION OR FOR MATERIALS!!
there are many free CBT, IELTS and NCLEX materials available on softcopy to go round.
Don't be desperate to the point of parting with your hard earned money. Those study materials you are itching to buy were sent to your agent/seller free of charge and will be sent to you too if you request for it.
Let's be our sisters and brothers keeper.
You're very correct. If anyone will sell their textbooks/hard copy materials, fine. Not hawking soft copy materials that are free everywhere.

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