Unlimited attempts to Pass Final Exam for Nursing Grades

Starting Monday, nursing grads in Nova Scotia will be given an unlimited number of attempts to pass their final exam.
Under previous policy, nursing grads in the province used to have a maximum limit of three attempts to pass the national test known as the NCLEX-RN. If they failed, the only way to become a registered nurse would be to re-do their entire nursing degree.
The College of Registered Nurses of Nova Scotia made the decision to scrap the three-attempt limit. The college said it no longer requires the limit to ensure public safety, because the exam is a computer adaptive test. That means the test changes every time someone takes it.

According to the  college says, the design features and security features of the new exam means that no one writes the same exam twice,That ensures that the exam is truly measuring the graduate's ability to practice nursing safely.

Information Source http://www.ctvnews.ca

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