CPNRE (LPN / RPN)
What is the CPNRE – Canadian Practical Nurse Registration Examination – (RPN / LPN)
Before you can become a Registered Practical Nurse (RPN – Ontario) or Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN – rest of Canada), you must successfully complete the Canadian Practical Nurse Registration Examination (CPNRE). This national examination measures the competencies required of nurses at the beginning of their nursing career in Canada
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Practical nurse educators, clinicians and administrators from across Canada develop the exam with assistance from Yardstick Assessment Strategies Inc., which ensures the CPNRE meets industry-accepted standards. Provincial and territorial regulatory authorities administer the exam within their jurisdictions and determine writing eligibility.
This computer based exam consists of 165 to 170 objective multiple-choice questions to answer over a four-hour period.
You have three chances to successfully complete the exam.
How can we help you with your CPNRE (RPN / LPN)?
At CNCAP our goal is YOUR SUCCESS. Our Exam Preparation Course is designed to help you become familiar with current nursing practices, thereby preparing you for SUCCESS in your licensure exams. Our courses now include the OFFICIAL ONLINE Predictor TEST. Along with helping you identify the levels of your knowledge, this ONLINE Predictor TEST will also give you the exact same experience of the computer based test that you will be attempting.
We are proud to announce that our exam preparation course is working at a 100% SUCCESS rate this year. So join the appropriate program (see below) and set your nursing career on the path to SUCCESS.
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