CareerKnacks offers personalized, cost effective NCLEX-RN® and Endorsement programs for international nurses.
What is NCLEX RN? The National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN) is the RN qualifying examination that must be taken and successfully passed to be granted with a US RN license.
How can CareerKnacks help with achieving this goal? We run an independent NCLEX-RN Assistance Program with the goal of assisting you through the process of applying for and sitting for the NCLEX-RN. We do this without tying you to our company and we rely on you having had such a good experience with us that you will decide to put your “American Dream” in our hands when it comes to finding a suitable US employer for you.
How do I apply for a U.S. RN License? We offer personal advice and planning on the most appropriate Board of Nursing for your license application, and supply you with the Board of Nursing application form and comprehensive instructions enabling you to correctly complete the forms before mailing them to the Board of Nursing.
What if I already have a US license but need to endorse it into another state? We offer personal advice and planning on the appropriate Board of Nursing for your license application, and supply you with the Board of Nursing application form and comprehensive instructions. By enrolling in our NCLEX-RN Endorsement Program and working together we can make this a simple process.
What if I already have a California pass letter but need a permanent license? We can also help you achieve this goal. We use the same personal advice and planning techniques to turn this complicated process into a simple one. Select the Transfer of Exam Results Program to enroll.
I have NCLEX-RN questions, but I am not enrolled in your program. What can I do? No Problem! If you need some extra help but don’t want to commit to a CareerKnacks program, send us your questions and we will assess their complexity and advise you BEFORE we undertake the work. That way YOU can decide if you want to work with us. We call this our Supplemental Program.