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Have you passed NCLEX? The next step you should take on your journey to become a U.S. nurse is to apply with PassportUSA before taking your IELTS exam. Click on this article to read about the PassportUSA IELTS Academy.
PassportUSA has worked with hundreds of successful language exam passers, so we have a good idea of what good IELTS preparation looks like. Check out these five highly effective habits for IELTS preparation and ensure you’re ready on test day!
Some of you may have already heard about the latest Occupational English Test (OET) news.
However, the OET is NOT valid for U.S. visa processing and immigration. It is currently accepted in only two U.S. states and does NOT mention that it will be accepted for your Visa Credentials Assessment (VisaScreen® Certificate) which is required for healthcare professionals who are seeking an occupational visa to work in the United States.
Click on this article to read about how a valid, passing IELTS academic score is still required in order to get your visa screening.
IELTS is one of those high-profile tests that tend to intimidate people a bit. Perhaps it’s not the difficulty of the test itself, but the impact it can have on the test taker’s personal life that causes the most unrest.
Click on this post to read three facts that should make you feel more confident as a future test-taker.
As the calendar year comes to an end, you may be wondering how you could jump into the new year with achievable goals in mind. If you are a registered nurse interested in joining PassportUSA, we highly recommend you pass NCLEX first. Click on this article to find out how to apply for the NCLEX.
Did you already pass NCLEX? Apply with us now and we can assist you with taking/renewing your IELTS. Whether you are interested in joining us or you are already working for us, we wish everyone a Happy New Year.
What’s holding you back from taking NCLEX? In this article, we examine four of the most commonly upheld NCLEX misconceptions and expose the truth.
PassportUSA Chief Nursing Officer Earl Dalton, MHA, MSL, RN, NEA-BC, has over 20 years of acute hospital experience and is an award-winning director in various healthcare settings. He is an international speaker on the topic of transforming care at the bedside, and is...
For medical technologists looking to move to and work in the United States, ensuring that you have obtained all necessary certifications is one of the first steps in your journey. As an MT, you will need to have secured certification from one of two different boards:...