Monday, November 28, 2011

HAAD Exam for Nurses - Abu Dhabi - UAE

HAAD exam is computer-based exam, with 150 items in multiple choice format. It covers Nursing Fundamentals, Maternity nursing, Med-Surg nursing, Psychiatric nursing and nursing management and leadership. It is said to be easier than NCLEX and CGFNS exams. Saunders NCLEX Book and Mosby

NCLEX are good references for study.
Result for HAAD exam is made available just minutes after the exam, so be ready. List of successful applicants is also posted in HAAD website. If you fail, you can retake HAAD exam in 3 months.

HAAD Exam Registration and Scheduling in Pearsonvue Online:

1. Create a web account at http://www.pearsonvue.com/haad/capva/. Pay the fee of $90 via Credit Card.

2. Meet all of the eligibility criteria for nurses in order for your application to be accepted.

3. Your username and password will be emailed to you within the next 48 hours. Check your junk/spam folders as Pearsonvue emails could go to these folders.

4. Schedule your HAAD exam. Login to your Pearsonvue account or schedule it via phone by calling Pearsonvue hotlines for HAAD exam.

5. Print your booking confirmation and bring it with you to the testing center. Candidates will receive a booking confirmation by email within 48 hours for the date and location that you will take the exam. If you do not receive the booking confirmation within 48 hours or if any of the information is erroneous, please contact Pearson VUE immediately thru phone or by email.

Taking HAAD exam:

If you have registered and scheduled to take HAAD exam in any Pearsonvue Testing Center, be reminded of the following:
  • Correct IDs. At least two valid, original IDs are required for admission in testing centers. For international testing centers, Passport must be one of the IDs and another government issued ID like drivers license, PRC ID, etc. Photocopies of IDs will not be accepted. Failure to show correct identification means refusal of admission for Haad exam, forfeiture of fees and cancellation of exam.
  • Booking confirmation. Print out the booking confirmation issued by Pearsonvue thru your email after you scheduled.
  • Go to Test Center early. Just like in NCLEX, we suggest that you to testing center 1 hour before the exam. This will give you enough time to complete admission procedures and relax yourself before taking the HAAD exam. Late candidates will be denied admission, and your registration and payment will be forfeited.
I hope this short guide on HAAD exam and licensure will help you pursue nursing career in Abu Dhabi.
For more details about HAAD visit the official sites: Haad.ae/haad/, Pearsonvue.com/haad/.

34 comments:

  1. Above information was very helpful while applying for HAAD exam. I would also like to share with you a great resource for HAAD exam available at http://www.interface.edu.pk/medical-exams/HAAD-UAE.php

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  2. Hi! i am planning to take the exam here in the Philipines. can i take the exam even without my original passport? thank u!

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    1. You should have your 3 valid ID proofs to attend the exam.

      Thank you

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  3. after failing the exam for three times, when u can have the exam again..tnx

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  4. mashe..3 times exam attend cheythu..but faild..ini next time attend cheyyan cme cerifict venam..what shld i do?

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  5. Can I have HAAD-RN license if I have 1year experience at Rural Health Unit and 1year hospital experience in ER? Thank you so much!!

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    1. Sure.. you can... wish you all the best

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  6. pleae let me know where list of applicant who pass the exam in haad site

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    1. Candidate will know immediately after the exam. There is no list for pass out. If you can log in to your ID you will get the status. Thank you.

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    1. Can i have the HAAD-RN license if i have 2 years working experience only in medical clinic and lying in?

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  8. Hi what is the passing mark for HAAD exam for nurses

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  9. hi
    what happen I fail haad exam three times

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    1. You have to wait 1 year to get an appointment.

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  10. hii Jincy,

    my name is Arya.Recently i have passed the DHA Exam i got the DHA Eligibility letter not license is it possible to change DHA Eligibility letter to HAAD LiCENCE IF not how many months minimum i have to work to change DHA to HAAD. and also i would like to know if i am appearing HAAD Exam once i fail is it possible to change DHA TO haad exam please advice

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  11. out of 150 questions what was the pass mark.

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  12. Hi Jincy
    i have completed dip in Nursing Years.And I Had 5 year experienced in Medical& Surgical section.Currently I am working in construction field Past years in Oman.Now my question is can I write the Haad exam for practical Nurse>

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  13. im sushama philipose,i hav 4 years xperience.after that i did postbsc.could u plz inform m whether i can take the exam now or after 2 years.if i take the exam now,they will consider me as GNM OR BSC nurse?

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    1. You have 4 years exp. with your Post BSc. So you can.You will be considered as BSc

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  14. What is the exact indian rupees for writing the haad exam in kerala?

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  15. Plz tel me that Haad cource duration period?

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  17. Hi jincy byju,,can I ask if I can take haad exam if my working exp,is 2 years in dispensary polyclinic

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  18. Hai didi...I have only one year experience in iTU......MY question is I am eligible or not to atteend hard x'am...

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