Dear Miss Kim
…the only thing missing to complete my requirements is the english test. thats my priority now to take the english test, im scared coz my english is not good enough, especially my diction, i need to study and practice, i dont know which test will i take. thats my concern for now. – H
Thank you for your email and your feeling about me.
Unfortunately, I’m so embarrassed and disappointed because I don’t know what I have to do now. As you know, I have score 6 in ESL and I decided to prepare myself for CELBAN as fast as I could, so I did online self assesment for CELBAN that was very different from other English language tests and it was so interesting for me and I really wanted to do it, but in the result I got 5 in listening and 6 for reading and they didnot allow me to prepare for CELBAN and suggested me to improve my English language………..
Last year, when I came to Canada I had plan to take Bridge Plan (8 nursing courses in George Brown College in 8 months) for my English proficiency but CNO did not complete my assesment for RN and did not give me eligibility letter to apply for George Brown College and now, as new regulation I just have 2 ways for English proficiency IELTS or CELBAN……
Sorry, I waste your time but I need to tell someone what I’m thinking and also I need your experience.
Delightfully i have spent more than an hour to satisfy myself by reviewing the above posted comments and i must say “finally” i have recieved a source for help:)
I’m recent graduate IEN residing in toronto, waiting for my evaluation from CNO. According to recent changes in language fluency requirement i have set up my mind to take either IELTS or CELBAN exam, what would you suggest me the easiest option to achieve the required score.
looking forward to recieve guidance from you.
It’s been awhile since I talk to you and I’m so sorry for that. I went for vacation for a month but it doesn’t mean that I forgot you. You made my dream come true. You know Kim,celbanprep is the only reason why I got my license and permit to practice. I tried ielts. So many times and wasted so much money but with no success. My celbanprep subscriptions (listening, reading,speaking and speaking) is the right and the best division I ever made. You are such a blessings to us. I already recommended you to all my friends. By the way, I have a good news, CARNA accepted my registration in Quebec. They require me to submit an active registration from other province and my employers reference with a minimum of 1250 hours of practice as an RN. Then after that they told me that I am eligible to apply for registration and practice permit.. I am very happy and celbanprep is one of the reason for that success and also with prayers. Right now I am preparing to apply online. Once again, thank you very much for your help, understanding and patience. God will bless you more for your kind heart….
I’m from the Europe and I’m one year in Canada, because I have a work permit for one year.( until October 2012 )
In the Europe I’m a Regristred Nurse, but in Canada I have to do a lot of things before I can work in a hospital.
In November Last year I started with English at Global Village, I also passed the FCE exam; First Certificate in English.
On this moment I’m following a preperation course for IELTS, but this is sometimes difficult and mostly not medical related.
I saw on the list from CARNA with the required language that it is also possible to do the CELBAN test
What do you reccommend me to do, the IELTS or the CELBAN
Are there any classes which I can join or do you have more information about it ?
I don’t have a CLB score, but I will try tomorrow to do a on-line assessment.
I hope you have enough information about my
Thank you again