CNO Jurisprudence Exam - page 12

Has anyone who is going to register as an RN, RPN or NP in Ontario written the new Jurisprudence exam? I just wrote it now and it was just terrible. And I don't even have my results yet. Frustrating... Read More

  1. by   steven007
    So did you end up getting you results soon after?
  2. by   macnursing
    I found the jurisprudence to be tedious and redundant. Asking the same question several times is silly and there were some grammatical errors. That said, I found it to be easy and it is open book. For anyone getting ready to take it, have a tea and some snacks and answer the questions. Its not that hard, and when I wrote it I got the results instantly
  3. by   iluvnursingtoronto
    Can anyone tell me how to sign up for jurisprudence? I wrote the CRNE in February and need to write Jurisprudence. Do I have to go into the CNO to write this. I searched their website but am confused, as there does not appear to be any clear information about getting a username or password
  4. by   mayaH
    i heard that there's already a leakage with the Jurisprudence exam... some people copied the exam & distributed it...
  5. by   Brownie_43
    CNO was nice enough to SHUT THEIR WEBSITE DOWN for maintenance while I was writing it. RIDICULOUS!! Luckily I still passed, but could not access any of the stuff online to help me with the exam. I guess I am just lucky and a good guesser lol
  6. by   sanjab
    I am completely agree with you, however it is the first time I ve applied for CNO , they didnt assess my case afte 2 years, I found that they are unprofessional but they make nurses to act professional and accountable.
  7. by   ser chief
    Shameful! CNO 's not after the client's safety!!! They're after the money from the nursing applicants!!! That's being professional! We, the applicant's aspiring to be a nurse here in canada are the ones suffering financially, emotionally & psychologically!
  8. by   crankyboiy
    is the jursiprudence exam hard? I was informed there is a 2 hour class before the exam. I will need it later on the year to register for LPN exam.
  9. by   dreams91
    Quote from crankyboiy
    is the jursiprudence exam hard? I was informed there is a 2 hour class before the exam. I will need it later on the year to register for LPN exam.
    2 hour class before the exam? I've never heard of that at all. I took it back in April, and it wasn't that difficult, in my opinion. I just read through all of the required documents and took the exam.
  10. by   crankyboiy
    O really, i live in manitoba and i just got an email saying if my credentual assessment is completed i will have to take their 2 hour session and test afterwards (jurisprudence session). maybe they do it differently in other provinces.
  11. by   canadarn123
    What is the difference of CNO jurisprudence exam and OSCE Exam?. Is there any study materials available for CNO jurisprudence exam. Please reply
  12. by   Silverdragon102
    Quote from canadarn123
    What is the difference of CNO jurisprudence exam and OSCE Exam?. Is there any study materials available for CNO jurisprudence exam. Please reply
    Have you checked out the CNO website and the information they provide on the exam? It is onlne and everything required is provided
  13. by   NotReady4PrimeTime
    Basically, the jurisprudence exam is to determine how well you know the legalities related to registered nurses' practice in Canada. It's an open-book exam, from what I understand. If you read the CNA's ethics guidelines and the Health Professions Act pertaining to nurses, you should be fine.

    OSCE is an Observed, Structured Clinical Exam. The examiners want to see HOW you practice. How you speak to your patient, how you perform your patient assessment, how you formulate and carry out your nursing plan of care and how you evaluate it when you're done. It's role-playing.

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