Nursing Students and Graduates Within Canada
This section is for you if you intend to write the NCLEX-RN exam and practice nursing in Saskatchewan and are currently enrolled in a Saskatchewan nursing program or have graduated in the last three years from a Canadian nursing program.
Steps to Writing the NCLEX-RN
- Apply for registration with the SRNA and meet all the SRNA’s eligibility requirements to take the NCLEX
- Register for the NCLEX with Pearson VUE and receive Registration Acknowledgement email from Pearson VUE
- The SRNA makes you eligible in the Pearson VUE system
- Receive Authorization to Test (ATT) email from Pearson VUE
- Schedule your exam with Pearson VUE
NCSBN NCLEX Candidate Bulletin: Your start to finish guide to writing the NCLEX
SRNA Application Requirements
- Successfully complete an approved nursing education program in Canada
- Proof of legal name (original or certified copy of birth certificate, government issued photo ID and marriage certificate, if applicable)
- Transcripts and verification of completion directly from your University
- Submit your Initial Application along with applicable fees
- Create an Account with the SRNA
- Complete the Initial Application with the SRNA.
- Upload a copy of your birth certificate and government issued photo ID (and marriage certificate, if applicable).
- Request transcripts from your University. U of S graduates need to request their transcripts to be sent directly to the SRNA. U of R graduates do not need to request transcripts as they are sent to the SRNA on successful completion of your final semester
- For graduates outside of Saskatchewan only: Complete the Verification of Completion of Nursing Education Program Form
Optional Graduate Nurse Licence
This allows you to practice as a Graduate Nurse while you prepare for the NCLEX-RN exam. This license spans 4 months and can be renewed twice.