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Dear AspirantWelcome to CareerGuide.comI am very happy to answer your question and clear your doubts. First of all, let me congratulate on the choice you made by selecting MSC Psychiatric Nursing. I sincerely hope that you selected that course out of passion and not because you want to earn more money. Career is all about passion. A passionate career person earns knowledge and experience. The knowledge and experience gives the person what ever the industry can offer and it shall be maximum. Passion towards the career is primary and incentives secondary. Hope I am clear.In every sense Psychiatr

1 answer Dr. K.V. Anand in Nursing category

Your B.Sc Nursing is the same as the BSN (Bachelor of Science in Nursing) in the US. US requires equivalent to a BSN for entry on a green card and to pursue an MSN (Masters of Science in Nursing). Your best bet would be to go straight for the Bachelor's if possible. Depending on the state where you want to work, you may need to take the CGFNS exam. All nurses working in the US must take the NCLEX exam. You will also have to write your English exams. The score that you get form those are only valid for two years so don't try to get that done now.You can work as an RN(Registered Nurse) after jus

2 answers Ravi Thakor in Nursing category

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now only I cleared 12 class and want to join 

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Dear Aspirant, Nursing is really a good career option and if you have the inclination towards 'service to people', then definitely this is a great field to work in. However, I am worried looking at the percentage. Since you had taken Science and still you could manage 43% in 12th is a great matter of concern. What is the reason for such low percentage in a scoring stream? You need to sit for class improvement and score minimum 50% or forget about Nursing course. I would suggest you to take the Ideal Career Test from Careerguide.com  This is a psychometric test and will help you know yours

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Nursing category