CNO Jurisprudence Exam - page 11

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   canadarn123
    Received NNAS Advisory Report 'Not Comparable' ,
    Applied CNO RN Registered nurse, dated on July 2017
    Yesterday I got mail from CNO for writing Jurisprudence Exam.
    I am 4 yrs BSC Nurse and also completed NCLEX RN. My question is, after I write Jurisprudence Exam what is the next step. Am I eligible to practice RN ? please reply
  2. by   dishes
    Quote from canadarn123
    Received NNAS Advisory Report 'Not Comparable' ,
    Applied CNO RN Registered nurse, dated on July 2017
    Yesterday I got mail from CNO for writing Jurisprudence Exam.
    I am 4 yrs BSC Nurse and also completed NCLEX RN. My question is, after I write Jurisprudence Exam what is the next step. Am I eligible to practice RN ? please reply
    If CNO's letter does not contain any other information regarding your next steps, you should contact them for clarification. In the meantime go ahead and do the jurisprudence exam. Being eligible to write the jurisprudence exam and passing the exam does not usually mean you will automatically be registered and eligible to practice as a RN.
  3. by   canadarn123
    Quote from dishes
    If CNO's letter does not contain any other information regarding your next steps, you should contact them for clarification. In the meantime go ahead and do the jurisprudence exam. Being eligible to write the jurisprudence exam and passing the exam does not usually mean you will automatically be registered and eligible to practice as a RN.
    No. They did not mentioned anything. Just mentioned two lines only. "You are receiving this e-mail as an applicant to the College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO). Our records indicate that you are required to complete the CNO's jurisprudence examination as part of your application for registration with the College". They told me to activate the account. I don't know why ??
    So.. After completing this exam what is the next step in the RN process.
  4. by   dishes
    Quote from canadarn123
    No. They did not mentioned anything. Just mentioned two lines only. "You are receiving this e-mail as an applicant to the College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO). Our records indicate that you are required to complete the CNO's jurisprudence examination as part of your application for registration with the College". They told me to activate the account. I don't know why ??
    So.. After completing this exam what is the next step in the RN process.
    I believe you need to activate an account in order to do the jurisprudence exam. Once you complete the jurisprudence exam ask the CNO what the next steps are. CNO directs applicants to do the jurisprudence exam early on in the application process, and an applicant receiving a letter directing them to do the jurisprudence exam doesn't really indicate anything as far as where the applicant is at in the registration process.
  5. by   Aaustin
    Hi,
    Could you please tell me what was the next step you have done after successfully passing your jurisprudence examination. Because am in the same situation. I contacted CNO and they told me that they send me a status letter by December,2017. It's been 3 months now and I haven't received any.
  6. by   hsnurse2018
    oh WOW, go to their office and ask them to get going with the process - cause you obviously want to start working.

    However, after you finish your jursipu(whatever) exam, the nclex and the police check, you gtta ask them what else you need

    Sometimes, your language proficiency or something else might expire and you might need to clear that... anyway, yeah contact them and hurry them along... or they'll take forever!

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