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Question RE: National Nursing Assessment Service (NNAS)

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by Phantom_2014 Phantom_2014 (New) New Nurse

Phantom_2014 specializes in ICU.

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Hi there,

I am a Japanese registered nurse who has eight years of hospital experience in Japan. I would like to take the Canadian Practical Nurse Registration Examination (CPNRE) and hopefully get a RPN license in Ontario. When I consulted National Nursing Assessment Service (NNAS), they said that I need language proficiency of IELTS: speaking 7, listening 7.5, reading 6.5, writing 7, overall 7 (Academic format), so as to be eligible to take the CPNRE. However, it is impossible for my language to reach so high a level in a short period, and on the other hand, I do not have money to take a two-year RPN program in Otario. So is there any other way to compensate my language level, so that I can take the CPNRE directly? Thanks a lot! 

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