In order to obtain the board licensure, I have three (3) options: 1. Direct examination 2. Reciprocity 3. Endorsement. What does each option mean?

In order to obtain the board licensure, I have three (3) options: 1. Direct examination 2. Reciprocity 3. Endorsement. What does each option mean?

Direct examination means we register the student for the board exam directly with the board which they intend to have issue their license. Reciprocity means that a student obtained their license with one board, but intends to have their license … Continued
Does Erudite have state accreditation?

Does Erudite have state accreditation?

No--in the State of Georgia, there is no such thing as "state accreditation". The State of Georgia does not accredit ANY nursing programs nor does the Ga Board of Nursing "accredit" any nursing programs, contrary to popular belief. There are … Continued
What NCLEX or exam code is used for boards?

What NCLEX or exam code is used for boards?

NCLEX codes for nontraditional programs are the same for each state--and there is only one per state. The NCSBN should be able to provide that information to callers. However, it should be noted that not all students undertake direct examination … Continued
What licensure methods and options are available?

What licensure methods and options are available?

Students have the choice between state or national examination for obtaining board licensure. Within those two options are three prominent routes of which students may avail: direct examination, endorsement, and reciprocity are amongst those methodologies. In some states, under certain … Continued
How many times can boards be taken per year?

How many times can boards be taken per year?

For nontraditional students, the annual limit is currently set at twice (i.e. 2 times). It is highly recommended to complete the 3-day review course prior to retakes, if/when necessary.