Hi,thank you for your prompt reply….i have done my diploma nursing in india 2001 and worked for 10years.
i have done IELTS general without taking class as i required it for my visa purpose and my score was 5.5 and it was indeed very poor scored.i arrived in canada (edmonton)on 3rd.october 2013, as my husband is working here since last two year.i really would like to continue my career as a nurse and serve the humanity,to extend my career i really need to get through this CELBAN exam.
I am not ashamed to say,I am not good at english and my grammar is also very poor because i am not use to it..but i have a dream,a dream that i have to help poor and needy children in india who can’t afford to study and help themselves.
I do believe in jesus surely he will help you to help me.thank you
Thank you for taking the time to reply. It touched my heart deeply to read that, “i really would like to continue my career as a nurse and serve the humanity…i have a dream,a dream that i have to help poor and needy children in india who can’t afford to study and help themselves.” How are you planning to do that?
I especially appreciate your honest disclose when you wrote, “I am not ashamed to say, I am not good at english and my grammar is also very poor because i am not use to it.” It is important for you to have the humility enough to admit that you need to improve your grammar to get scores that are high enough to be accepted by your provincial College of Nurses. It will take time, effort, and study to increase your score from a 5.5 to a 7 in writing.
When I read your last statement, “I do believe in jesus surely he will help you to help me,” I got to thinking about what many people have said to me. They thanked God, or Christ, for leading them to me. This is the first step. The next step is making the decision to allow me to help you fulfill your dreams and to follow the direction you receive to that end. Because, Indrani, it would be an honour to assist you in becoming a nurse in Canada so that you can continue to serve humanity and the little children, who are poor and needy, living in India. For this is the true reason why I created CELBANPrep: so that I could serve humanity, the poor and the needy, through the Internationally Educated Nurses I meet. For I know that when I sustain one nurse, I am impacting whole families and whole communities!
Thank you so much for writing, and providing me a reminder of why it is that I do what I do.