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Old 02-12-2014, 08:46 AM
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Any nurses???

Any nurses planning to migrate to Australia??


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Any nurses planning to migrate to Australia??
Yes but not till next year. Only just started process, any advice much appreciated


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Yes but not till next year. Only just started process, any advice much appreciated
Me too.. Just cleared the ielts test... Wondering from where to start..


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Me too.. Just cleared the ielts test... Wondering from where to start..
How did u find the test. Mine is booked for next month n im a bit scared im going do rubbish after reading other peoples stories Did u score well? Where in aus do u plan to go??


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Thinking of doing the registration process first.. Go to aus to take the bridging program and then go for visa


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Thinking of doing the registration process first.. Go to aus to take the bridging program and then go for visa
How does that work then. I find it all really confusing. We were just looking to do 190 I think but if u got better advice would be keen to hear


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How did u find the test. Mine is booked for next month n im a bit scared im going do rubbish after reading other peoples stories Did u score well? Where in aus do u plan to go??
I found the speaking and writing module a bit tough but luckily got 7 in both.. 7.5 overall..
Im planning to go to Perth... My brother is living there..
What about you?? Where are u from?


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I found the speaking and writing module a bit tough but luckily got 7 in both.. 7.5 overall..
Im planning to go to Perth... My brother is living there..
What about you?? Where are u from?
Think I will find the writing the hardest. Also Perth. From Uk. Got friends and distant family in perth
What type of nursing do u specialise in


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I found the speaking and writing module a bit tough but luckily got 7 in both.. 7.5 overall..
Im planning to go to Perth... My brother is living there..
What about you?? Where are u from?
From uk also hoping to go to perth. Currently work in a medical centre. What about u


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Im currently working in a medical college in india.
I heard that people from uk need not have to take the ielts.. But im not so sure.


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