CNO Jurisprudence Exam - page 13

by steven007 49,411 Views | 126 Comments

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 and just awful.... Read More


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    i heard that there's already a leakage with the Jurisprudence exam... some people copied the exam & distributed it...
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    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
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    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.
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    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!
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    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.
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    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.
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    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.


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