I passed the CELBAN

This collection of posts from the www.Dear-Kim.com blog are all about CELBANPrep Writing Levels One and Two!

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  • 19 Feb 2019 8:24 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    Hi Kim,

    First of all, thank you for letting me know about the updates or recent changes with Celban Prep website. I would like to apologize for not being able to reply from your email since I’ve been so busy at work and my exams. I’ve been meaning to send a response but everytime I wanted to construct my testimonial regarding your books, something always comes up.

    I’d like you to know that I passed my Celban exam the first time that I took it last year June 12 2018 after using your Listening & Reading bundle, speaking and writing level 1 study guide. I only had a month and 2 weeks prior to the exam. I spent 1 month and 2 weeks preparing for celban and I could say your study guide/books really helped me alot.

    It was like you are giving us, your readers, the basic information or backbone of the said exam.

    Although  I received other sample reviewers (very basic, like the one from the library), I wasn’t contented with it since it wont teach me the how to start from scratch.

    Your books taught me most of the things that I needed to know to prepare myself for Celban and the study guides (all of the books that I bought) have good examples and practice exams.

    Also, I’d suggest to add 2 more sample practice tests for each so we could practice more since there are only very limited resources for Celban. Everything went well.

    I hope others could start trusting you and your study guides as well because you really did a great job with the books.

    I would like to commend all of the books that I purchased from amazon especially the writing level 1 study guide because it really taught me how to construct and put my ideas together while utilizing the datas presented. The writing part had been my weakness since from the beginning and when I attempted IELTS twice. I couldn’t say that I’ve become  flawless in writing  but I could say that I definitely improved after using the book. 

    Thank you for being a very supportive teacher for Celban and continuously sending us updates. I will keep in touch and let you know about my opinion regarding the recent changes that you made in the website.

    Regards,

    J

    Dear J,

    Thank you so much for taking the time to write that! It is heartening to me. I know the value of what I have created, and yes, having others trust what I have created is a missing piece. I am certain that sharing your testimonial – and your success – will help! (It has been a while since someone actually took the time to write to me about their experiences.)

    I appreciate what you said about more sample tests. Yes, I agree. It is something I have been wanting to do. Actually, I have a course for listening I have yet to complete. Everything takes time and overcoming limitations with technology impacts everything.

    That is why I am happy about the changes to CELBANPrep. After getting so much feedback from people about difficulties in accessing the teaching videos embedded in the Kindle Print Replica Interactive Editions that I finally decided to upload all the videos to the website. I didn’t want to do that, because it meant creating new memberships; but, in the end it is really great and I am thrilled.

    Adding the videos to the website meant expanding CELBANPrep Memberships for:

    Now, CELBANPrep members have access to writing examples.

    They get to see first hand how the CELBANPrep Method works. And, they get to understand the value of both CELBAN or IELTS: Grammar Essentials, and CELBANPrep Writing Level One,

    So, in a way the problems with the videos has turned out to be a good thing.

    Because of the need to have memberships sold separately, the cost of the Amazon resources has gone down! 

    That is why I am excited, pleased and thrilled about the changes and updates!

    J, I am so happy about your success. I appreciate your comparison of CELBANPrep to other resources, and your willingness to explore the changes on the website. I just completed adding the assignment examples for Writing Level Two. And so, because of your kindness and message, I have upgraded your membership to CELBANPrep GOLD. You now have access to the entire site! You will have access to everything!

    I look forward to hearing what you think about the Assignment Examples.

    With Gratitude,

    Kim

    P.S. Please share and let everyone know about the changes!


  • 29 May 2018 8:30 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    Hi Kim,

    This is A. You may not remember me but I subscribe to your CELBANPrep course 2 years ago. Now, I am very happy to inform you that I will be finishing my 10 courses in the BCN program for RNs this March. Yes! I am finally done with school and I will be able to apply for a GN position and later on RN! This is all thanks to you who made this possible. You helped me prepare for CELBAN. And during that time, I was losing hope because I was frustrated that I was not able to pass the IELTS for the 3rd time. But, thank God that I did not give up. You gave me the assistance, confidence and emotional support during that time. And because of that I was able to pass CELBAN on my first try. I will never forget it. Thank you so much! May God continue to shower you with more blessings! A

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    Dear A,

    I was so excited to get your email!  And yes, I remember you. I am so happy to hear that you have progressed so far on your path to becoming a nurse. It has been a long road, a time consuming and sometimes heart breaking journey, but you have the one thing that makes a difference: something deep inside of you that keeps you doing despite all the road blocks and challenges. As you know there are many IENs that come to Canada, or have dreams of coming to Canada, to be a nurse here. But not everyone makes it. Some people give in to the depression and hopelessness. But you did not. Yes you “failed” the IELTS three times, but you knew that did not make you a failure. It may have slowed you down, but it did not stop you. And you found what you needed. Your needs were not limited to acquiring skills and competencies with the English language, and communication skills, but you needed something more than that. You needed to build, within yourself, the knowledge and confidence that you could pass an English exam. I so appreciate that you acknowledged the emotional support that you received. For that is vitally important, but it is only half of what brought you to where you are. The reason why I remember you is because you worked hard, so very hard, on your assignments, on integrating feedback, on turning your weaknesses into strengths. And you attended as many speaking events as possible.

     

    It is an impressive thing to be able to pass the CELBAN on your first attempt. In doing so you proved that the CELBANPrep Method works, not because of the method itself, but because of the partnership between me as your teacher and you as the student. You, me and God.

    But the amazing thing, A, is here you are two years later, taking the time to write to me to tell me that you have achieved a great accomplishment: you are a Graduate Nurse! Once you complete your required hours in a Canadian Hospital you will be able to sit for the national board exam, and within a year you will be an RN! I smiled at that thought. Not only because you are so close to fulfilling your dream, but because you know and understand the importance of celebrating each and every milestone on your path! Thank you so much for remembering me!

     

    More than that, A, your story will inspire other IENs to continue on their individual paths.

     

    As I come to the closing of this message I reread your words and ponder. You wrote, “May God continue to shower you with more blessings! ” I think about how He guided me to create CELBANPrep. Why would creating an English course be so important to Him? Why would He guide me through the process? When I started nobody knew who I was. I was just another person working in some office downtown. I was just some person riding on the bus. I was some lady in the line at the grocery store. Shrug. While I have  my own office now, I am still just some person riding on the bus and in line at the grocery store. That much hasn’t changed. What has changed is that I created this community of learning, a place where disenchanted and disillusioned people gather and walk away from with hope burning in their hearts, confidence in their step, knowing in their mind.

     

    I read a quote today, about a young boy who in making a simple decision to pray impacted the lives of millions of people.

     

    Each one of us is like that little boy. Each one of us had the potential and ability to touch the lives of others. By doing simple things we make the world a better place. We lift the hearts of those who need it. We assist those with feeble knees. We bring a smile to the lips and hearts of family, friends, and strangers. Eery day we have the capacity to make a difference. And you, as a nurse, play such an important role in doing so for people experiencing the worst moments of their lives: when they are afraid, worried, anxious, grieving and in pain. You are there to comfort and bring relief. You are on the errand of angels: where God needs you to be when He needs you to be there on His behalf.

    I don’t really have the answer to why He would want me to create CELBANPrep, why an English class would be so important to Him, and why He chose me. But I do know that being a nurse is one of the most noble professions that is so direly needed in our sick and afflicted world, with our aging population.

     

    At the end of the day we are all part of one family, and we need each other to accomplish those things God would have us do. It pleases me, so very much, to know that you are progressing on your path for in doing so I know He is with you.

    In Spirit,

    Kim



  • 17 May 2018 8:33 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    Hi Kim,

    I sent an email a week or so ago regarding my result… At first, I was so depressed and sad regarding my result: Speaking- 8, Listening -10, Reading 9 and Writing -6. I was very disappointed  because I spent most hours practicing the Writing part compare to the other components of CELBAN. It was a huge challenge for me and I was about to give up. My fiancée encouraged me not to loss hope and ask me about how I did in my Writing. I said,” I thought I was able to pass and failed on my Speaking because I was so nervous”. From there, we decided to have my Writing re scored and rechecked again. My Writing score was changed from 6-7. I PASSeD MY CELBAN!!! And you are one of the reasons why I made it. Thank you so much Kim! Godbless you always.

    P.S: I’m still waiting for the collocation book to come out.hehehe. I’m so happy I subscribed to CELBANPrep=). Also, Happy Mother’s Day in advance.You are such a wonderful person Kim ^_______^Thanks,

    Y

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    Dear Y,

     I am so very glad you had your exam rescored. People often go through this process, but very few come out with a change in their mark. I am certain that your results in the listening, reading, and speaking influenced their decision. How could someone with a 10 in listening, a 9 in reading and a 8 in speaking not get a 7 in writing?

    I am even more excited about your results considering your stops and starts, how uncertain you were about whether you were ready to write the exam, and the challenges you faced in finding motivation to study. I would love it if you wrote something about that process, for me, and your experiences during the exam. There are many many people who contact me on a regular basis who struggle with feeling confident enough to take the exam, or who struggle with feeling burdened without enough time to prepare.

    Congratulations on choosing such a great man, who supports you and encourages you, as a fiance. It is a blessing to be treated with such respect. I am happy for you, Y. I am glad you have him by your side. So you have many many things to celebrate.

    As for my book on Collocations, it will come. I have been working on preparing everything for Amazon and I have a Listening Course to create.

    Just the other day I was thinking about it again, “If this book on medical collocations is simply a dictionary, what can I do to make it more digestible:  handouts? quizzes?” Immediately the idea followed, “Create a course.” Well of course! A Medical Collocations Course for Internationally Educated Health Professionals. Now, wouldn’t that be something?

    So Y, thank you for your comment. To me it is pure encouragement. And you are the first one to know about it!

    I am so happy you subscribed to CELBANPrep too!

    Thank you for the Happy Mother’s Day wish.

    Please stay in touch, Y. Keep me informed about the wedding, and your progress!

    Sincerely,

    Kim


  • 16 Oct 2014 8:38 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Dear Kim,

    Thank you for updating us KIM, sorry that I was not able to get back to you. i am happy to inform you that I passed the CELBAN on my 1st try last March 30, 2014. Thank you for all the help, inspiration and guidance along the way of my studying. So I am doing my assessment now with CLPNBC and CRNBC. Hoping for the best. Goodluck to all and never loose hope, loosers are those who just giving up easily. God bless to all!!!! Cheers!!!!!
    Sincerely yours,
    L

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    Dear L,

    What wonderful news! How wonderful it is that you were able to pass the CELBAN on your very first attempt. You have made many wise choices along the way that will bring you success and allow you to achieve your goals when it comes to being a nurse in Canada. Yesterday, with the Hope Session , many of the IENs who attended have done as you have done: going the LPN route at the same time as the RN route. There are many reasons that came forward, and there was much discussion about how making this choice allowed IENs to maintain a degree of hope. While the path may be long, with lots of steps, an IENs that is presently an LPN and working towards her RN spoke about how she does not get discouraged about the process because she is a nurse in Canada, she is working as a nurse, she is in a hospital and she is learning. Several IENs mentioned that the increase in pay is also an incentive. There are fees and courses to take. In planning ahead these wise IENs have seen how becoming an LPN while working towards being an RN allows them to increase their income to be able to afford the costs of the process. One mentioned that in her province the difference between a non-licensed position and an LPN is $11 or $12. “That is a lot of money,” she said.

    Two of the IENs that attended the Hope Session passed their LPN exam, that they took this past September 2014. Both of them are LICG’s with a TFW permit. One has only recently become a PR, the other is in the process of becoming so. Both have used their time wisely.

    What you have in common with all four of these IEN licensed as LPNs in Canada is wise choices and determination. As you said they too, “never loose hope” and when hope fades, they know where to find it to restore it. Interestingly enough all of them spoke of thinking positively and holding on to their dreams with determination: not giving up easily.

    For this reason, L, I know you will do well. I know that like them you will use your time wisely, and before you know it you will be practicing as a licensed nurse in Canada.

    Sincerely,

    Kim


  • 06 Sep 2014 8:47 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Kim,

     first I would like to thank you for great help of me as you have sent me the study guide and practice exams. this gave me the idea of what I can expect in the exam,

     the  2 nd thing is that 2 weeks ago I came to know that I have to clear CELBAN exam for entrance to bridging programme for IEN. at that time I started to look for resources. so it was you who guided me. but 1 week go I came to know that the test is ICELBAN.  so because of your guidance I did it and got admission.

    thank u so much again for your kind help.

    R

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    Dear R,

    Thank you so much for taking the time to write to me!

    I am so impressed with your progress! There are very few people who can clear the CELBAN with an acceptable score without more preparation! 

     

    I wish you the very best on your path to becoming a nurse here in Canada! 

     

    Sincerely,

    Kim


  • 05 Jul 2014 8:45 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Good afternoon Kim, My name is R, I am one of your student in dear kim. I would like to thank you for all your guidance and support in my writing. Though, I felt so bad whenever I check my writing there were lots colours for corrections- but for this corrections I improved and felt confident in doing an incident report. Honestly, I took IELTS exam 3 times, unfortunately I didn’t meet the score that they were requiring me to reach. Then I took Celban, first attempt I failed. Somehow, you gave me a chance to open my account in your website and from that point I practice and practice until I got the confidence to overcome my fear of writing. Luckily, I got a schedule last Sept…,2013 for CELBAN exam … and I pass the exam. Kim, you put a mark in achieving my nursing career here in Canada. Thank you, R

    Sent October 2nd.

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    Dear R, It is so good to hear from you! In reading your message I am so very happy! I am just sitting here with my laptop, smiling! It may have been luck that you sat for the exam in September, but it was not luck that you passed the exam. You passed BECAUSE you practiced and practiced! You turned your weaknesses into strengths. You integrated feedback from your writing coach. You kept working on improving your grammar, and your skills in English in general. Over time, and in seeing your dedication and hard work, I thoroughly enjoyed working with you! It is a pleasure to have been permitted to walk with you on your journeys to becoming a nurse in Canada! In reading your message again your words ring out, “I practice and practice until I got the confidence to overcome my fear of writing.” This is the most wonderful thing to read and to know! I am so very impressed with your ability and desire to overcome your fear, and to gain self mastery and confidence as a result. Maximum performance on any exam can only happen when we gain enough skill and knowledge, which builds confidence, and battles fear and anxiety. And you did it! Oh, R! I am so very very pleased. It truly has been an hounour! Please, please keep in touch and keep me informed about your path, your progress, and your struggles too! You have the keys to success, and I know you will make it; you will obtain your dream of being a nurse in Canada. And when that day comes I will be overwhelmed with joy, remembering that I knew you would make it. While there are many IENs from across the world coming to or living in Canada, you have the special combination of skills, talents and character that will bring you success where others might fail. All the best to you! Sincerely, Kim

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    June 26, 2014

    Hello Kim, I hope you still remember me. I am R, one of your online student in Celban. Thank you for sharing your ideas on how to do the Celban exam. I took the exam twice but didn’t lose hope, until I pass. And now, I am now a LPN. Thank you for putting a mark in my nursing career. R.

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    Dear R,

    Of course I remember you! I remember your diligence. I remember your gratitude. I remember your work ethic. I remember your willingness to learn. And I remember coming to a certain conclusion, early on, that you would be practicing as a nurse in Canada! I knew that you had it in you to make it happen.

    I am so pleased to read the news that you made it. And I am touched that you would find time in your busy and fulfilling life to write to me… that you did not forget me! I feel so blessed and honoured to know you, to have worked with you, and to have been blessed with the opportunity to walk with you along this path!

    By taking the time to write you have fed my heart and my soul. You have provided me with the motivation to continue what I am doing in sustaining Internationally Educated Health Professionals, as yourself, to obtain their dreams in Canada.

    Have a most beautiful day, and do please keep in touch!

    Kim


  • 26 Jun 2014 8:41 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Hi there, Kim!

    Well, it’s sunny and cloudy as to where I  today. But I’m loving it!

    I came to Canada about a year ago, took IELTS September of 2013 but failed half a point short in my writing subtest in fulfillment of becoming a nurse here. Now, I am preparing for my Celban which will be in couple weeks time.

    I took a review with one of the universities here last year and now I need to brush up on some techniques. Do you have by any chance a good deal with your study guide to share with me?

    Many thanks! And I hope to hear from you again.

    A

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    Dear A,

    Did you do an institutional version of the CELBAN in your course? Do you have the scores? Your writing seems strong, and you are probably strong in the other skills as well.

    When is your exam, exactly? While I am sending you free resources, remember they have been created to help you to learn three things:

    1. What to expect on the CELBAN.
    2. How to do a self evaluation for writing and speaking.
    3. What to expect from CELBANPrep.

    This is only a start. CELBANPrep has many other resources to help you to prepare. To learn about these resources please go to www.celbanprep.info.

    Seeing as this is your first time, then it is OK for you to take the exam at this time, but consider what I have written here: WARNING: Avoid The CELBAN Trap!. Because if you have 6 or more weeks, I would like to work with you on writing and speaking… if you have enough time. People with your skills in writing wrote the following:

    It is up to you really, depending on how much time you have. Either way, please let me know how you do so I can celebrate you passing! 

    Kim

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    Hi there, Kim!

    Do you remember when i purchased the Celban prep [study] bundle two weeks before my exam? I would like to tell you that I passed my first Celban attempt!

    Your materials really helped me a lot. And a little focus and concentration during the test. Thanks! A


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    Dear A,

    Thank you so much for your message and taking time to write to me! I am so touched AND impressed!

    I am glad that I was able to help you to prepare and feel more comfortable with the format of the exam. Knowing how to focus and concentrate on the reading and listening pasts of the exam, especially the listening, is paramount!

    I am so very pleased with your success!

    Sincerely,

    Kim



  • 02 Jun 2014 8:50 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Kim!!!!!

    I got the results today! Omg!

    • Listening 10
    • Reading 9
    • Writing 7
    • Speaking 8

    I can’t thank you enough!

    Words aren’t enough to express how thankful I am for your help, guidance and encouragement. I wouldn’t deny that I was already thinking of other options in case I didn’t pass. I just don’t want to be so depressed and wanted to have a new course/way to look forward to if failed on this. And I did not fail, because of you. I mentionedyourCelbanprep to my friends but they are still undecided on what they wanna do. I guess it’s just a matter of what your dreams are but just like what they always say, ‘Dreams don’t work unless you do‘. We need to moveourhiney off. Haha.Thank you so much Kim. :)Always,
    R

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    Dear R,

    I was so excited to get your e-mail…I am smiling right now, as I write. I love what you wrote about having to work for your dreams, and working your hiney off! You are a testament of that, R! You have worked so hard to accomplish your goals and dreams. And here you are!

    I can not believe that you were creating a back-up contingency plan if you did not pass… I hope that I was part of that plan! And I hope that I continue to be part of your plans in the future!

    Sincerely,

    Kim


  • 27 Mar 2014 8:53 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Dear Kim,

             Yesterday I came back from India….reached home at 12.30 am and first thing I did was….checked my mail box…got my CELBAN result letter…..my heart was beating very fast,my husband opened the letter for me and the result was WOW…….L-10/10, R- 10/10, S- 9/10, W- 7. I was just stunned…it was just dream come true…I called my family back in India and gave them the great news. Everybody is very happy and proud of me. I am grateful to God for his blessings and my family for their support. I am very thankful to u as without your guidance nothing was possible. Your guidance, support and trust helped me to stay positive and perform well in exam. I really appreciate your efforts for helping me in WRITING.

    You are like an angle for IENs like me. Your voice is so miraculous that it always helped me to have trust in myself and do my best in that crucial time.I had a very short time with u but it was really a great experience….LOVE U…..GOD BLESS U…..

       A

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    Dear A,

    I am so happy to hear this news! I just knew you had it in you! I knew that all of your experiences and education would allow you to prepare for the exam in such a short amount of time! You simply needed to understand the format, to practice and receive support/encouragement. Those are excellent scores! I can just imagine your face and your reaction. And to think, in only a matter of months you will be practicing as a nurse in Canada (having completed all the previous requirements and passing the CRNE in Ontario).

    Thank you for your comments/complements. All I did was draw out what was already inside of you: to help you to see what both I and God already saw in you!

    I am so grateful that He guided you to me. I have been so blessed to know you, to work with you, and to be part of this joyous event.

    Please, as you walk your path, stay in touch!

    Kim

    Here are some previous messages from A.

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    Nov 21 Dear Kim……I am an IEN from India……recently moved to toronto. I have cleared my RN exam recently. The only requirement left is English proficiency. Unfortunately due to new cno rules my ielts got expired in which I had required scores.This time I am planning to appear for CELBAN in Feb 2014.I had gud scores in ielts in past,last attempt this year with R-8.5,L-8,W-6.5,S-6.5.I am worried as this 0.5 always bring insecurity and brings my confidence down….plz suggest me from where to start for CELBAN…..waiting for ur reply…..thanx

    Nov 22 Dear A,
    First of all, Congratulations! It is most excellent that you have passed your RPN! It is an unfortunate thing, but I have many people who have passed the IELTS but have had exams expire, or have had exams expire and are now expected to get a higher score. Have you read my blog, Dear Kim? https://dear-kim.com/. When you get a chance you will discover that there are many people who experience the same insecurity for the same reason, and can read many testimonials from people who have entered the CELBAN with confidence having completed CELBANPrep. I suggest you get the free resources from www.celban.info. Then you can also get my e-mail address and we can connect via e-mail. I would also recommend you go to www.celbanprep.info to learn about the resources that are available to you at this time. In time, with practice and guidance, I know that you too can enter the exam with confidence and proceed on your path to becoming a nurse here in Canada! Again, congratulations! I am so impressed!
    Sincerely,
    Kim

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    Jan 2 Hello Kim……i am preparing to give CELBAN exam in feb this year…….so i am planning to buy writing and speaking course…..but i hav some confusion….I want to buy it as soon as possible but as this course is only for one month…is it ok to buy now and can i continue with it till my exam that fall on 12,13 feb….or should i buy it near 10th jan so that i could continue with it till last….as it is very costly i just want to take max benefit out of it….i jus dont want to waste my precious time……and is there any discount available presently…..please guide me…….need your help……..waiting for your reply…thanx

    Jan 8. Dear A, …reviewing your scores and knowing you have completed your process in Ontario and are at the very last stage, you may be able to achieve the required scores. And you have two more attempts available with the exam, but this is a gamble. Having more preparation will give you more confidence and a better outcome.

    So, there is enough time to complete CELBANPrep Speaking. You would be able to begin CELBANPrep Writing Level One, and might be able to start but …CELBANPrep Writing Level Two, which is also one month long with 3 months of one-on-one support from your writing coach. This information is all available at www.writing.celbanprep.info, a link I gave to you earlier.

    So the question comes back to you…, whether you want to take the exam in February or want more time to prepare, or whether you want to go ahead with the date you have. It comes to the same question life poses again and again: time or money, which is most valuable to you? Right now you are in the situation of losing both. Had you acted sooner, in November you would have completed CELBANPrep Writing Level One, and potentially have passed the Mid Session Evaluation so that you would be working on CELBANPrep Writing Level Two and know whether or not you will be ready for February 12th. But it is what it is. Consider how you feel and what you need knowing the CELBAN is easier than the IELTS.
    It really is a race against time, and a gamble.
    Sincerely,Kim

    A. Subscribed to the CELBANPrep Course Bundle (Writing and Speaking Courses). She worked excessively hard with her writing coach. She attended all the conference calls possible. She passed her Mid Session Evaluation after four weeks, and proceeded to Writing Level Two in record time for the following reasons:

    • She had already achieved passing scores on the IELTS, her exam had merely expired and the scores had been increased.
    • She had passed her CRNE, and all other requirements of CNO, so she was very familiar with nursing in a Canadian context and the influence of culture on communication.
    • She had a great deal of time to dedicate to practicing her skills, balancing her responsibilities and achieving great results.

    For more information see How long does it take to prepare for the CELBAN test?
    Kim


  • 01 Jan 2014 8:56 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    hi Kim

    Nice to hear your lovely story.

    Thank you for sharing your story!!
    You might not remeber me: it is okay.

    I just talked to you on the phone about couple years ago for speaking practice.

    Thanks to your help , I was able to get into my practicum and finally I am a registered nurse now.

    I work in a hospital, acute medical unit and ER back and force.

    I love so much what I do and enjoy my life fully.

    Again, thank you for your help.

    I appreciate that.

    Take care.

    Love,

    J

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    Dear J,

    Of course I remember you and your sweet spirit! I am so happy to hear from you and to read the news! How wonderful that you are an RN and all your dreams have been fulfilled! I am so happy that you are working in a hospital! I am so very pleased! ..

    Thank you so much for taking the time to write and let me know! …

    Please stay in touch!

    Sincerely,

    Kim


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