Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE):
An important part of the application process for all internationally educated nurses is determining program equivalency, a non-exemptible requirement for registration.
For RN applicants, this means the College evaluates their educational background to determine if they have successfully completed a program of study that has equipped them with the nursing knowledge, skill and judgment equal to that of a recent graduate of a Canadian university baccalaureate nursing program.
If the College has determined that your program does not meet the program requirement, then you will be asked to complete an OSCE (Objective Structured Clinical Examination) before the College can proceed with your application.
Content as seen on CNO website as of March 4th 2015.
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