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“I hope you can do it the way I did.” – Jennalyn, USRN

“Dream until you make it.” I am the type of person who has high ambition.

Last 2017, before my local board examination, my college best friend and I went to an agency and ask how much does it cost to apply for NCLEX. They were asking for a sum of money which I knew I cannot have that moment. I just focused on the local board examination. Luckily, Health Carousel was invited by our review center in NLE on our GrandDay. I did not focus much on their talk because I was anxious about the upcoming exam.

December 2017, by God’s grace, I am a Philippine Registered Nurse. January 2018, my classmate sent us the picture of the Health Carousel again at the group chat. Since I was curious about it, without hesitation, I e-mailed my resume. After sending my resume, one of Health Carousel’s Recruiters called to discuss with me their program.

I was so excited at that time. I can apply for NCLEX without releasing any amount of money. You just have to pass their pre-test. It took me two months to take the pre-test so that I am well prepared. Again, God granted my desire. I passed the pre-test and the process starts. Through Ma’am Kristine of Health Carousel whom I thanked the most for consistently reminding me to pass the requirements and IPASS Processing, I was able to submit it at CGFNS by June 2018. There are some corrections with my school papers that I need to pass again at CGFNS. It took me too long to mail again the papers because I am new at my work. To cut the story short, the most awaited moment came. I am eligible to take the NCLEX at Illinois last December 2018.

Since I was transferred to the ward in the same month, I am still adapting to a new environment. March 2019 when I took the post-test in Health Carousel and we apply for ATT last June. At first, I chose August as my exam date and changed it eventually. September 2019 when I took my exam and in God’s delight, I passed the exam at 75 questions. The process may seem too long. Why?

I am a new local board passer when I apply for my dream hospital. As I am achieving my present goals, Health Carousel helped me to achieve my future goals. I first worked at the out-patient department of the same hospital. I am working from Monday to Friday. I can barely ask for leave to process my papers and answer the calls from Health Carousel since they are office hours. Then I was transferred to ward in December 2018.

I applied for ATT last June because my eligibility will expire. When my ATT came, my anxiety increases, so I enrolled in the review center. My class starts from 9 am to 4 pm. If I’m working on the morning shift, I can’t attend the class. Lucky enough if I would go out at exactly 2:30 pm. If I’m working at pm shift, I can attend classes from 9 am to 12 pm. If I’m night shift, after work, I would go straight to class and ends at 4 pm.

I tried my best to attend the classes but my body did not cooperate. I can’t stay awake in classes. I would just sit for 2hours then fall asleep. My immune system weakened. So, I decided to have my coaching done to know if I have a chance to pass with my knowledge and to know my weaknesses and strengths in different subjects. That was the day before my birthday. I came straight from night duty and I did not finish my coaching exam. Upon assessment, my coach told me that I would not pass at this rate. He told me about the UWorld. At first, I hesitated to buy an online product because I already paid for the review center. But I gave it a try. I borrowed from my auntie. Why not? I would give everything because I want to take the exam once.

When I started answering UWorld, I did not attend classes anymore. The time came when I cannot view NCLEX questions a day. Since I’m working at a government hospital, the influx of patients always increases with the lack of staff. I experienced handling 21 patients in a shift with 42 patients of the total census on our ward or a ratio of 1:21. My duty was five days straight then off then four days straight. I almost gave up studying. But I hold onto my dreams and started answering and understanding the rationale again.

One month prior to the exam, I asked for 5days’ leave but they only gave me 4days. So I only have 3days to review and one day for the exam.

Two weeks prior to my 4days leave, I almost breakdown. It was already an endorsement when suddenly we call for a code. “Yung tipong uuwi ka na lang, may magcocode pa” I have to be emotionally strong. I can’t focus on the review at that time. But when I’m thinking of my dreams, I know I have to set aside my emotions and stand up again.

This might seem not applicable or possible to all, but I answered almost 1,200 questions 3days prior to the exam. What was holding me to stay awake and understand what I’m reading? – Philippians 4:13 “I can do all things through Christ who gave me strength”.

I know some of us will make excuses. Some will say I am too young or too old, don’t have hospital experience, working for 12 or 16 hours shift, have to take care of their family but if one has high ambitions. hope you can do it the way did. The process might seem too long. I don’t mind at all because if I did not endure the process, you would not be reading my testimonial. I hope I gave inspiration to those who are working and cannot find time to review or process the application. Step by step you will make it! 😊

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“My agency has a really good plan for aspiring nurses.” – Anne Franceine Jean, USRN

A month after I passed the local board examination, I immediately applied for Health Carousel. There was something inside me, something deep about pursuing the best possible option for my nursing career. HCPI was there and they offered a really good plan for an aspiring nurse like me so I immediately went to Cebu for an interview. It was back in 2017 and the excitement was really overwhelming at first knowing that maybe I could fulfill my #AmericanDream in 2-3 years’ time. I never took it seriously at first since I’ve been busy struggling as a novice nurse in my previous hospital— wherein I had my first job. The moment that I had already managed my schedule, I did comply with all my pending requirements.

I am not that compliant so I was quite late. Fast forward two years later, 2019, I received an email last June and without hesitation, I scheduled my exam on the very last day of the said schedule because it arrived earlier than I’ve expected. I am supposed to give myself three months to focus for self-review but working while studying is quite difficult so I had no choice but to resign a month before my examination. The last three weeks were very crucial on my part because that was the only time that I started reviewing. I am not the kind of person who is really studious so it was a challenge for me to make a study plan. I’m on the verge of giving up because of the limited time that I had but cliché as it may sound if you really want something, you will actually work hard for it. And that happened to me. I used Saunders Comprehensive Review for the NCLEX-RN and Saunders Q & A Review for the NCLEX-RN. I never had the luxury of time so I preferred using one review material.

I had to finish my study theory goals and practice questions every day (but I’m also giving myself a break) to kill the guilt of being unproductive. Rest. Study. Pray. Pray. Pray and pray again. I was cringing my lazy bones on the day of the examination. I also had mild anxiety which is quite helpful on my part. While answering the questions, I had to admit that test-taking strategies are nothing compared to attacking the questions while imagining that there’s a real client in front of you. I don’t want to fail myself and the persons who believe in me because, at the end of the day, I am doing this for my clients— that one day I may provide them with the best nursing care.

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“My Advisor stayed positive and believed in me.” – Ma. Grace Raquel, USRN

I joined HCPI last January 2018 under the ASPIRE program with the hope that this will lead me to a breakthrough in my nursing career. I took the NCLEX this September 10, 2019, and passed at 76th question in more than 1 hour. I am indeed grateful for working with HCPI and IPASS processing team because they have been so patient in addressing my concerns and updating me with regards to my application. Special thanks to my International Program Advisor Ma’am Kristine Cruz who stayed positive and believed in me when I can’t even believe in myself. I almost give up but with the help of Ma’am Kristine, I made it.

My NCLEX journey was never easy but it was all worth it. I was working full time as a nurse in a tertiary hospital when I joined HCPI until I took my NCLEX. It was a matter of time management for me to finish my modules in HESI while working full time. I was dedicated to accomplishing my requirements on time as possible. The process was indeed smooth because my IPA and IPASS team were hands-on in processing my application. My exam preparation was a struggle but I was persistent to achieve my goal. When I received my ATT, I tried to ask for a 1 month leave to better prepare for my NCLEX, but it wasn’t granted due to understaffing. But I still pushed to study every end of my shift even just for an hour or two. I used my 5-day vacation leave prior to my exam date to have an intensive reading. I used the 6th edition Saunder book, Mark Klimek’s audio lecture in prioritization and delegation and some of my notes during the local boards. A day prior to my exam Ma’am Kristine called me for some important instructions and expectations of the exam, which lessened my anxiety. My IPA also reminded me about self-care and that I can do it, which boosted my confidence and made me comfortable during the exam. And most of all, I am thankful to have my family, friends, and GOD within this journey.

To all aspiring nurses who want to experience a breakthrough in their careers, the right time to start is NOW. It will take a single decision to take that leap, and I encourage you to take it NOW. Never let struggles and delays stop you from achieving your dreams.  HARD WORK and PRAYERS are two of the most powerful weapons you could ever have. Don’t just rely on your own knowledge but ask God for knowledge that comes from HIM. Lastly, this verse will help you if you hold on to it:  Mark 11:24; “Whatever you ask for in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours”.

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“Grateful for the NCLEX sponsorship.” – Aimee Lou, USRN

I took the NCLEX exam last September 17, 2019, and I did not take it the conventional way. I was working in a tertiary hospital with fixed over time and at the same time, I was studying for my NCLEX for a short amount of time. It was my goal to not spend any money that is why I am grateful for the sponsorship given by HCPI. I am equally thankful as well to my seniors who lent me review materials.

It was not easy and there were moments when I would suddenly become anxious considering the money I have to spend on the retake, if ever. But I still persevered. I sacrificed going to get-togethers, hanging out with friends, going to our hometown. I even surrendered my laptop to my sister so I would not be able to use it. I studied the Mark Klimek audios, finished La charity and also did several question drills in the HESI online materials provided by the agency.

We went to the traditional seven churches and visited several more churches after taking the exam. I was expecting to pass the test but I did not expect to pass it with only 75 questions! My message to other NCLEX takers is this, you believe in yourself and trust in the LORD and above all else. Develop a study habit and no matter how busy or stressed you are, you can do it if you TRY.

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“I took and passed my NCLEX! I am really grateful for their unending support.” – Nurse Rojeane

My journey of becoming USRN began when I joined HCPI in April 2018. Since then my application ran smoothly and I finally took my NCLEX exam last August 2019. It is indeed an amazing experience working with HCPI and IPASS Processing team. They were accommodating and willing to assist me along the process of my application. I am really grateful for their unending support and guidance every step of the way.

Preparing for my NCLEX is quite a battle. I was so drained after work and I can’t find time focusing on my review since I am working for 12 hours and sometimes longer. However, amidst my struggle allotting time to review, I was still enthusiastic, an attitude that drove me towards achieving my goal. My success wouldn’t be possible without my family and friends and of course my HCPI family that never lost hope, encouraging and believing in my capabilities throughout my journey. They have been extremely supportive through this difficult time. Thank you so much HCPI for turning my dream into a reality. Your support has made me a stronger person.

To all aspiring nurses like me, may God bless you with your endeavor. Continue to believe in yourselves and always find love, joy, and happiness wherever you go. Always have the attitude as you’ve already succeeded. Do not worry about delays because delays are not denials. Just keep focusing on your dreams. Be strong. Be confident. Keep your faith and don’t forget to trust in the Lord. Together we say, we can do it!

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“Completing all NCLEX requirements was a smooth process.” Nurse Leslie Ann

I joined HCPI (2018) with the desire to work in America. Took the exam August of 2019, and by God’s grace, I passed. Completing all the requirements was a smooth process because of the guidance of Inurse Processing especially my IPA ma’am Liana who continuously reminds me with my timeline.

However, reaching the 1st step which is to pass NCLEX was a bit challenging. I am working as a nurse abroad while studying my modules. But if you truly want to fulfill your American dream, you will and you can do it. To my fellow American dreamers, all you have to do is to study study study and pray, because nothing is impossible with our faithful God. “All the things you ask in prayer, having faith, you will receive.”(Mathew 21:22) Commit all your plans to him and if it is God’s will all your plans will succeed in his perfect time.

Big thanks to Health carousel family for helping me reach my American dream. ❤️ May God bless you as you continue to help other’s aspiration.

“I hope you can do it the way I did.” – Jennalyn, USRN

“Dream until you make it.” I am the type of person who has high ambition.

Last 2017, before my local board examination, my college best friend and I went to an agency and ask how much does it cost to apply for NCLEX. They were asking for a sum of money which I knew I cannot have that moment. I just focused on the local board examination. Luckily, Health Carousel was invited by our review center in NLE on our GrandDay. I did not focus much on their talk because I was anxious about the upcoming exam.

December 2017, by God’s grace, I am a Philippine Registered Nurse. January 2018, my classmate sent us the picture of the Health Carousel again at the group chat. Since I was curious about it, without hesitation, I e-mailed my resume. After sending my resume, one of Health Carousel’s Recruiters called to discuss with me their program.

I was so excited at that time. I can apply for NCLEX without releasing any amount of money. You just have to pass their pre-test. It took me two months to take the pre-test so that I am well prepared. Again, God granted my desire. I passed the pre-test and the process starts. Through Ma’am Kristine of Health Carousel whom I thanked the most for consistently reminding me to pass the requirements and IPASS Processing, I was able to submit it at CGFNS by June 2018. There are some corrections with my school papers that I need to pass again at CGFNS. It took me too long to mail again the papers because I am new at my work. To cut the story short, the most awaited moment came. I am eligible to take the NCLEX at Illinois last December 2018.

Since I was transferred to the ward in the same month, I am still adapting to a new environment. March 2019 when I took the post-test in Health Carousel and we apply for ATT last June. At first, I chose August as my exam date and changed it eventually. September 2019 when I took my exam and in God’s delight, I passed the exam at 75 questions. The process may seem too long. Why?

I am a new local board passer when I apply for my dream hospital. As I am achieving my present goals, Health Carousel helped me to achieve my future goals. I first worked at the out-patient department of the same hospital. I am working from Monday to Friday. I can barely ask for leave to process my papers and answer the calls from Health Carousel since they are office hours. Then I was transferred to ward in December 2018.

I applied for ATT last June because my eligibility will expire. When my ATT came, my anxiety increases, so I enrolled in the review center. My class starts from 9 am to 4 pm. If I’m working on the morning shift, I can’t attend the class. Lucky enough if I would go out at exactly 2:30 pm. If I’m working at pm shift, I can attend classes from 9 am to 12 pm. If I’m night shift, after work, I would go straight to class and ends at 4 pm.

I tried my best to attend the classes but my body did not cooperate. I can’t stay awake in classes. I would just sit for 2hours then fall asleep. My immune system weakened. So, I decided to have my coaching done to know if I have a chance to pass with my knowledge and to know my weaknesses and strengths in different subjects. That was the day before my birthday. I came straight from night duty and I did not finish my coaching exam. Upon assessment, my coach told me that I would not pass at this rate. He told me about the UWorld. At first, I hesitated to buy an online product because I already paid for the review center. But I gave it a try. I borrowed from my auntie. Why not? I would give everything because I want to take the exam once.

When I started answering UWorld, I did not attend classes anymore. The time came when I cannot view NCLEX questions a day. Since I’m working at a government hospital, the influx of patients always increases with the lack of staff. I experienced handling 21 patients in a shift with 42 patients of the total census on our ward or a ratio of 1:21. My duty was five days straight then off then four days straight. I almost gave up studying. But I hold onto my dreams and started answering and understanding the rationale again.

One month prior to the exam, I asked for 5days’ leave but they only gave me 4days. So I only have 3days to review and one day for the exam.

Two weeks prior to my 4days leave, I almost breakdown. It was already an endorsement when suddenly we call for a code. “Yung tipong uuwi ka na lang, may magcocode pa” I have to be emotionally strong. I can’t focus on the review at that time. But when I’m thinking of my dreams, I know I have to set aside my emotions and stand up again.

This might seem not applicable or possible to all, but I answered almost 1,200 questions 3days prior to the exam. What was holding me to stay awake and understand what I’m reading? – Philippians 4:13 “I can do all things through Christ who gave me strength”.

I know some of us will make excuses. Some will say I am too young or too old, don’t have hospital experience, working for 12 or 16 hours shift, have to take care of their family but if one has high ambitions. hope you can do it the way did. The process might seem too long. I don’t mind at all because if I did not endure the process, you would not be reading my testimonial. I hope I gave inspiration to those who are working and cannot find time to review or process the application. Step by step you will make it! 😊

“My agency has a really good plan for aspiring nurses.” – Anne Franceine Jean, USRN

A month after I passed the local board examination, I immediately applied for Health Carousel. There was something inside me, something deep about pursuing the best possible option for my nursing career. HCPI was there and they offered a really good plan for an aspiring nurse like me so I immediately went to Cebu for an interview. It was back in 2017 and the excitement was really overwhelming at first knowing that maybe I could fulfill my #AmericanDream in 2-3 years’ time. I never took it seriously at first since I’ve been busy struggling as a novice nurse in my previous hospital— wherein I had my first job. The moment that I had already managed my schedule, I did comply with all my pending requirements.

I am not that compliant so I was quite late. Fast forward two years later, 2019, I received an email last June and without hesitation, I scheduled my exam on the very last day of the said schedule because it arrived earlier than I’ve expected. I am supposed to give myself three months to focus for self-review but working while studying is quite difficult so I had no choice but to resign a month before my examination. The last three weeks were very crucial on my part because that was the only time that I started reviewing. I am not the kind of person who is really studious so it was a challenge for me to make a study plan. I’m on the verge of giving up because of the limited time that I had but cliché as it may sound if you really want something, you will actually work hard for it. And that happened to me. I used Saunders Comprehensive Review for the NCLEX-RN and Saunders Q & A Review for the NCLEX-RN. I never had the luxury of time so I preferred using one review material.

I had to finish my study theory goals and practice questions every day (but I’m also giving myself a break) to kill the guilt of being unproductive. Rest. Study. Pray. Pray. Pray and pray again. I was cringing my lazy bones on the day of the examination. I also had mild anxiety which is quite helpful on my part. While answering the questions, I had to admit that test-taking strategies are nothing compared to attacking the questions while imagining that there’s a real client in front of you. I don’t want to fail myself and the persons who believe in me because, at the end of the day, I am doing this for my clients— that one day I may provide them with the best nursing care.

“My Advisor stayed positive and believed in me.” – Ma. Grace Raquel, USRN

I joined HCPI last January 2018 under the ASPIRE program with the hope that this will lead me to a breakthrough in my nursing career. I took the NCLEX this September 10, 2019, and passed at 76th question in more than 1 hour. I am indeed grateful for working with HCPI and IPASS processing team because they have been so patient in addressing my concerns and updating me with regards to my application. Special thanks to my International Program Advisor Ma’am Kristine Cruz who stayed positive and believed in me when I can’t even believe in myself. I almost give up but with the help of Ma’am Kristine, I made it.

My NCLEX journey was never easy but it was all worth it. I was working full time as a nurse in a tertiary hospital when I joined HCPI until I took my NCLEX. It was a matter of time management for me to finish my modules in HESI while working full time. I was dedicated to accomplishing my requirements on time as possible. The process was indeed smooth because my IPA and IPASS team were hands-on in processing my application. My exam preparation was a struggle but I was persistent to achieve my goal. When I received my ATT, I tried to ask for a 1 month leave to better prepare for my NCLEX, but it wasn’t granted due to understaffing. But I still pushed to study every end of my shift even just for an hour or two. I used my 5-day vacation leave prior to my exam date to have an intensive reading. I used the 6th edition Saunder book, Mark Klimek’s audio lecture in prioritization and delegation and some of my notes during the local boards. A day prior to my exam Ma’am Kristine called me for some important instructions and expectations of the exam, which lessened my anxiety. My IPA also reminded me about self-care and that I can do it, which boosted my confidence and made me comfortable during the exam. And most of all, I am thankful to have my family, friends, and GOD within this journey.

To all aspiring nurses who want to experience a breakthrough in their careers, the right time to start is NOW. It will take a single decision to take that leap, and I encourage you to take it NOW. Never let struggles and delays stop you from achieving your dreams.  HARD WORK and PRAYERS are two of the most powerful weapons you could ever have. Don’t just rely on your own knowledge but ask God for knowledge that comes from HIM. Lastly, this verse will help you if you hold on to it:  Mark 11:24; “Whatever you ask for in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours”.

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