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“I passed my NCLEX!” – Nurse Ma. Beatrice

It was back on January 8, 2018, when I had my first interview with Health Carousel and took my predictive exam on January 23. Luckily I passed! I am currently working as a staff nurse and in my 1st year of hospital experience.


The Beginning of My NCLEX Journey

The next step to be qualified for the NCLEX Assistance program is to pass the comprehensive exam and review the modules given by them, and then I had to finish processing the documents as well.

Health Carousel, hand-in-hand with the IPASS team, helped me every step of the way. It took 6mos for CGFNS to release my report. Thus, when I finally got everything I needed to take my NCLEX exam, I somehow lost motivation to continue with my modules and comprehensive exam due to my workload in the hospital and thought that I will be needing to focus and resign to fully commit to passing my exams. But Health Carousel and IPASS were very persistent with me – they checked up on me and my plans but I came out very hesitant.

After almost 2year of figuring out what I want, I came back to Health Carousel to inquire about my application. I was very pleased that they were still eager to help me again, and just before I lost my opportunity I sent an email to my advisor Ms. Liana, who never fail to do a follow up on me and push me harder but also to inspire me to finally take my NCLEX exam. She was very considerate with me and gave me a chance to take my comprehensive exam, one week before I officially become ‘inactive’ for the NCLEX Assistance program.

I was also worried that the papers I sent to CGFNS back in 2018 will be already expired and that I need to reapply again. IPASS informed me that I was a month late in passing the application for the Illinois board of nursing, plus I haven’t finished any of my module and comprehensive exam, luckily Health carousel still considered my case after completing my modules and comprehensive exams. And as always, IPASS was diligent in processing my account in Pearson Vue to finally have my ATT available. A day after my birthday, I finally got my ATT!

Pursuing My NCLEX

On that day, I got scheduled for my NCLEX exam dated April 30, 2020, at 8 am. I already requested a 2month study leave from my hospital to prepare for my exam, and during the preparation for taking my exam, Covid-19 happened and got rescheduled. I immediately returned to my post in the hospital, while waiting to when I can take the exam. After 3 months I finally decided to choose the date of my exam, and it was on November 12, 2020, 8 AM, Thursday. And I was very lucky that my hospital allowed me to have another 2 months’ leave during this pandemic. And then I went on my review with the help of Rachell Allen Review center, I had a 10-days live intense review with them and another month of self-review. Another study material that I used and came out very helpful was Uworld, it looks exactly how the NCLEX set up looks like, and that lessens my anxiety on the exam day. Preparing yourself for the exam means you have to be emotionally, physically, and mentally prepared. You need to have the right attitude to keep yourself motivated. In my case I like listening to videos that help me get motivated, I also included worship time before I start my day which helps me start my day with a positive mind and attitude. Making a schedule of your day also helps you get on track with your review days. Also, don’t forget to spend time to relax and rest when needed, our body and mind needs to rest as well to absorb and be effective while reviewing.

If you put your heart and mind into everything you do, nothing is impossible. If you can conceive it you can achieve it. What I always tell myself every time I get tired “Kaya mo to, dahil para sayo to”.

While I was preparing for my exam date, I heard that many candidates are being rescheduled again, because of the Covid-19 situation. Ms. Liana & IPASS have always been reminding me of the possibility that I might be rescheduled again, which I have been praying that I won’t be one of them. God is a faithful God if it is really for you He will make it possible for you. A day before my exam I took all the precautions to prepare myself and the possibilities that could happen or go wrong during the exam day, little do I know that challenge that I need to face before I get to my exam was a typhoon named Ulysses. It was reported as the Philippines 21st tropical cyclone, hit Luzon hardest from November 11-12, the typhoon unleashed powerful winds and torrential rain that killed dozens of people, destroyed thousands of homes, and left swathes of the island region flooded (Source: Rappler.com).

We had no electricity during the night, I tried to sleep despite the wind outside my window comes to blow, and you can imagine how hard it is to sleep during that time. I woke up at 4 am to prepare, and I prayed so hard that if it is God’s will for me take the exam that day He will help me get thru the storm and get in the testing center safely, despite the flood and strong wind outside. I was desperate at that time to make it on time for my exam, then I was lucky enough to get a grab ride at 5 am, at 6 am we arrived safely at Trident Tower Makati. We had to wait until 7 am for the building to open, grab some breakfast, and went on to my exam. I started the exam at 8 am, my computer shut down at 94. I was very happy and relieved that I finished my exam already and we were able to survive that day. Despite everything, I remained positive and thought that everything has a reason. I waited until Monday to get my exam results. Together with IPASS, they gave me the result and very thrilled to let me know that I passed my NCLEX exam!

Thank GOD, I passed my NCLEX!

A Message To My Fellow Nurses

For me, it was hard work, perseverance, and most of all faith that helped me got through all the hardships of this journey. It is not indeed the journey, but the destination, passing the NCLEX exam opened many opportunities for me and knowing that this is only the beginning of achieving my dreams. Never-ending gratitude to all the people who helped me achieve this chapter of my life, thank you to Health Carousel for not giving up on me, and to my family who prayed with me and supported me.

If you have a dream, you are responsible for that dream, believe in yourself, and make that dream happen.


Health Carousel Philippines, Inc. assists nurses through two unique programs, Aspire and Achieve. Both programs are provided through our partnership with PassportUSA in the United States. Here are the qualifications for each program.

Click here to learn more: Begin Here

NCLEX Sponsorship

“A great opportunity for newly graduated nurses.” – Nurse Keem, NCLEX Passer

I joined the program in May 2017 and took the NCLEX in June 2018. The review period for my NCLEX was not easy. I planned on enrolling in a review center but I had a hard time leaving the hospital where I am working due to a shortage of staff nurses, so I just continued my job and had a self-review. I purchased some online applications. Balancing the time for my work and review was challenging. I just had a few days off and most of the time, I felt tired when I reached home although I manage to allot time to review after work. So a few days before the schedule of my NCLEX, I visited a few churches and lifted everything to God.

On the day of my NCLEX, the weather was not that good because of the heavy rain. I am also not feeling so well. Upon reaching the venue for the exam, the anxiety I felt has increased. Other test-takers seem to be prepared which made me feel so nervous knowing that I wasn’t able to have a formal review. I took the exam. I encountered a lot of unfamiliar medications, diseases, and devices on the exam. After a few days, upon hearing the results, I just felt so blessed and happy that God responded to my prayers positively.

The NCLEX program was a great opportunity for the newly graduated nurses who aspire to become a USRN. To my fellow Nurses, never lose hope in achieving your dreams. It’s okay to experience failure at the beginning, what’s important is how you strived in making your dreams come true. It’s the courage and the determination to continue.

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“Thank you for helping me in this journey.” – Nurse Chisa, NCLEX Passer

I joined HCPI last November 2017. I was offered to have my NCLEX sponsored as long as I passed the pretest exam given by the HCPI. And yes, I passed the said exam. HCPI has given me a 3-month review course and endorsed me to iNurse Processing for NCLEX application. Since then, I studied from time to time. I don’t have a luxurious amount of time to be allotted in my review. I am working but still strived to have an hour or two for my study. Last October 2018, I was messaged by iNurse that I already have my ATT. I was so shocked and thinking that I’m still not ready to take the exam. I did a fast track scanning on several books in a span of 2 months. Days before the exam, I was so emotional and mentally drained. My only goal was to pass to the exam once. I took the exam last Dec 2, 2018.

For me, it was an exam that will truly challenge your stocked knowledge because it was composed of a variety of questions and your critical thinking will be tested too. For all the aspiring nurses who want to take NCLEX, I just want to tell you one thing: focus on your goals and dreams for you to attain it. Thank you HCPI for helping me in this journey.

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“Focus on your goal.” – Nurse Jayvee, NCLEX Passer

I joined HCPI on May 10, 2018, and I took and passed the NCLEX-RN exam on November 30, 2019. I’m grateful to Health Carousel Philippines and IPass because they were the ones who processed all of the requirements for my NCLEX-RN exam. This has helped me a lot especially since I can focus more on studying while waiting for my ATT. I’m also thankful for the review materials which HCPI has provided since it has really helped me a lot in my review. Never have I thought that I would become a USRN so soon and it’s all thanks to them. My message to aspiring nurses is to focus on your goal because it really requires sacrifice – from friends, family, & social media

Once again thank you very much Health Carousel Philippines for helping me achieve my #AmericanDream! I’m one step closer! God bless! More power!

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“Passion. Determination. Discipline.” – Nurse Angelica Eve, NCLEX Passer

I joined Health Carousel last 2017 and they are still helping to reach my American Dream.

I took the NCLEX exam last November and Health Carousel helped me from the start of the application until the end. They gave me reviewers and offer me tips before taking the exam. It was hard starting at first because you need to discipline yourself, sacrifice family occasions, and sometimes you need to sleep late just to make sure you are reviewing every single detail in order for you to pass. Health Carousel’s IPA’s are the best – they are patient with you all throughout, answering any queries you might have and boosting your self-esteem and confidence that you can do better and later on, cheering on you that you can give your very best. A month’s preparation is enough if you’re determined in achieving your American Dream.

If you want to pursue your American Dream, then Health Carousel and their NCLEX program will surely help you. If you have the passion, determination and discipline, you can pass NCLEX with the help of intense prayers and full support from your family and friends. I hope to see you – my colleagues, passing NCLEX soon. Best of luck and God bless! Thank you so much Health Carousel and those people behind in each of everyone’s success!

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“Help and guide you from step 1.” – Nurse John David, NCLEX Passer

I joined HCP last 2017, I was not compliant back then. I was doubtful at first but what made me changed my mind was when I discovered some of my friends passed the NCLEX with Health Carousel Philippines all-expense-paid from step 1 of NCLEX processing until you take your exam and availing its quick result!

I’m very thankful to HCP and my program adviser Ms. Patricia Garcia who assisted and guided me every step of the way! What’s good with Health Carousel Philippines you don’t have to worry your NCLEX processing most especially for those who are working, you just need to comply with the requirements they will send to you on time and you’re good to go! Health Carousel Philippines will provide you all the materials needed (notes and practice question) just focus on your review and work.

I took my exam last January 31, 2020 (Friday). It’s as usual, a nerve-wracking moment when you sit and face the computer for the NCLEX exam. But you need to trust and believe in yourself and to God who provides all the knowledge and will guide you with your exam. My computer shut down at 75th question and I’m not expecting it. I don’t know whether I passed or fail! The questions are hard especially the SATA (its simplicity makes it difficult so don’t overthink just answer what’s being asked). I have to wait till Monday for the result and those Saturday and Sunday was the longest weekend in my entire life! Hindi ko na alam dapat kong isipin. I’m preparing for the best and worst result! (Hahaha) But then I tried to compose myself and have faith in God!

Monday came and Ms. Trish called me saying good news! I PASSED THE EXAM with 75 questions Everything pay’s off, all the sleepless nights, headache caused by review, and all efforts we ( HCP and me) exerted.

To all nurses who want to have their #americandream come true, Health Carousel Philippines can help you! If you have doubts about the company I’m telling you it’s not true! Health Carousel Philippines will help and guide you from step 1 of NCLEX processing up to your first step to America!

“I passed my NCLEX!” – Nurse Ma. Beatrice

It was back on January 8, 2018, when I had my first interview with Health Carousel and took my predictive exam on January 23. Luckily I passed! I am currently working as a staff nurse and in my 1st year of hospital experience.


The Beginning of My NCLEX Journey

The next step to be qualified for the NCLEX Assistance program is to pass the comprehensive exam and review the modules given by them, and then I had to finish processing the documents as well.

Health Carousel, hand-in-hand with the IPASS team, helped me every step of the way. It took 6mos for CGFNS to release my report. Thus, when I finally got everything I needed to take my NCLEX exam, I somehow lost motivation to continue with my modules and comprehensive exam due to my workload in the hospital and thought that I will be needing to focus and resign to fully commit to passing my exams. But Health Carousel and IPASS were very persistent with me – they checked up on me and my plans but I came out very hesitant.

After almost 2year of figuring out what I want, I came back to Health Carousel to inquire about my application. I was very pleased that they were still eager to help me again, and just before I lost my opportunity I sent an email to my advisor Ms. Liana, who never fail to do a follow up on me and push me harder but also to inspire me to finally take my NCLEX exam. She was very considerate with me and gave me a chance to take my comprehensive exam, one week before I officially become ‘inactive’ for the NCLEX Assistance program.

I was also worried that the papers I sent to CGFNS back in 2018 will be already expired and that I need to reapply again. IPASS informed me that I was a month late in passing the application for the Illinois board of nursing, plus I haven’t finished any of my module and comprehensive exam, luckily Health carousel still considered my case after completing my modules and comprehensive exams. And as always, IPASS was diligent in processing my account in Pearson Vue to finally have my ATT available. A day after my birthday, I finally got my ATT!

Pursuing My NCLEX

On that day, I got scheduled for my NCLEX exam dated April 30, 2020, at 8 am. I already requested a 2month study leave from my hospital to prepare for my exam, and during the preparation for taking my exam, Covid-19 happened and got rescheduled. I immediately returned to my post in the hospital, while waiting to when I can take the exam. After 3 months I finally decided to choose the date of my exam, and it was on November 12, 2020, 8 AM, Thursday. And I was very lucky that my hospital allowed me to have another 2 months’ leave during this pandemic. And then I went on my review with the help of Rachell Allen Review center, I had a 10-days live intense review with them and another month of self-review. Another study material that I used and came out very helpful was Uworld, it looks exactly how the NCLEX set up looks like, and that lessens my anxiety on the exam day. Preparing yourself for the exam means you have to be emotionally, physically, and mentally prepared. You need to have the right attitude to keep yourself motivated. In my case I like listening to videos that help me get motivated, I also included worship time before I start my day which helps me start my day with a positive mind and attitude. Making a schedule of your day also helps you get on track with your review days. Also, don’t forget to spend time to relax and rest when needed, our body and mind needs to rest as well to absorb and be effective while reviewing.

If you put your heart and mind into everything you do, nothing is impossible. If you can conceive it you can achieve it. What I always tell myself every time I get tired “Kaya mo to, dahil para sayo to”.

While I was preparing for my exam date, I heard that many candidates are being rescheduled again, because of the Covid-19 situation. Ms. Liana & IPASS have always been reminding me of the possibility that I might be rescheduled again, which I have been praying that I won’t be one of them. God is a faithful God if it is really for you He will make it possible for you. A day before my exam I took all the precautions to prepare myself and the possibilities that could happen or go wrong during the exam day, little do I know that challenge that I need to face before I get to my exam was a typhoon named Ulysses. It was reported as the Philippines 21st tropical cyclone, hit Luzon hardest from November 11-12, the typhoon unleashed powerful winds and torrential rain that killed dozens of people, destroyed thousands of homes, and left swathes of the island region flooded (Source: Rappler.com).

We had no electricity during the night, I tried to sleep despite the wind outside my window comes to blow, and you can imagine how hard it is to sleep during that time. I woke up at 4 am to prepare, and I prayed so hard that if it is God’s will for me take the exam that day He will help me get thru the storm and get in the testing center safely, despite the flood and strong wind outside. I was desperate at that time to make it on time for my exam, then I was lucky enough to get a grab ride at 5 am, at 6 am we arrived safely at Trident Tower Makati. We had to wait until 7 am for the building to open, grab some breakfast, and went on to my exam. I started the exam at 8 am, my computer shut down at 94. I was very happy and relieved that I finished my exam already and we were able to survive that day. Despite everything, I remained positive and thought that everything has a reason. I waited until Monday to get my exam results. Together with IPASS, they gave me the result and very thrilled to let me know that I passed my NCLEX exam!

Thank GOD, I passed my NCLEX!

A Message To My Fellow Nurses

For me, it was hard work, perseverance, and most of all faith that helped me got through all the hardships of this journey. It is not indeed the journey, but the destination, passing the NCLEX exam opened many opportunities for me and knowing that this is only the beginning of achieving my dreams. Never-ending gratitude to all the people who helped me achieve this chapter of my life, thank you to Health Carousel for not giving up on me, and to my family who prayed with me and supported me.

If you have a dream, you are responsible for that dream, believe in yourself, and make that dream happen.


Health Carousel Philippines, Inc. assists nurses through two unique programs, Aspire and Achieve. Both programs are provided through our partnership with PassportUSA in the United States. Here are the qualifications for each program.

Click here to learn more: Begin Here

“A great opportunity for newly graduated nurses.” – Nurse Keem, NCLEX Passer

I joined the program in May 2017 and took the NCLEX in June 2018. The review period for my NCLEX was not easy. I planned on enrolling in a review center but I had a hard time leaving the hospital where I am working due to a shortage of staff nurses, so I just continued my job and had a self-review. I purchased some online applications. Balancing the time for my work and review was challenging. I just had a few days off and most of the time, I felt tired when I reached home although I manage to allot time to review after work. So a few days before the schedule of my NCLEX, I visited a few churches and lifted everything to God.

On the day of my NCLEX, the weather was not that good because of the heavy rain. I am also not feeling so well. Upon reaching the venue for the exam, the anxiety I felt has increased. Other test-takers seem to be prepared which made me feel so nervous knowing that I wasn’t able to have a formal review. I took the exam. I encountered a lot of unfamiliar medications, diseases, and devices on the exam. After a few days, upon hearing the results, I just felt so blessed and happy that God responded to my prayers positively.

The NCLEX program was a great opportunity for the newly graduated nurses who aspire to become a USRN. To my fellow Nurses, never lose hope in achieving your dreams. It’s okay to experience failure at the beginning, what’s important is how you strived in making your dreams come true. It’s the courage and the determination to continue.

“Thank you for helping me in this journey.” – Nurse Chisa, NCLEX Passer

I joined HCPI last November 2017. I was offered to have my NCLEX sponsored as long as I passed the pretest exam given by the HCPI. And yes, I passed the said exam. HCPI has given me a 3-month review course and endorsed me to iNurse Processing for NCLEX application. Since then, I studied from time to time. I don’t have a luxurious amount of time to be allotted in my review. I am working but still strived to have an hour or two for my study. Last October 2018, I was messaged by iNurse that I already have my ATT. I was so shocked and thinking that I’m still not ready to take the exam. I did a fast track scanning on several books in a span of 2 months. Days before the exam, I was so emotional and mentally drained. My only goal was to pass to the exam once. I took the exam last Dec 2, 2018.

For me, it was an exam that will truly challenge your stocked knowledge because it was composed of a variety of questions and your critical thinking will be tested too. For all the aspiring nurses who want to take NCLEX, I just want to tell you one thing: focus on your goals and dreams for you to attain it. Thank you HCPI for helping me in this journey.

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