This section is for you if you are a Canadian graduate or Internationally Educated Nurse, who is applying to write the NCLEX®-RN.

The NCLEX®-RN is the licensure exam to become an RN. Passing the NCLEX®-RN is one requirement to practice registered nursing in Saskatchewan. Under SRNA bylaws, you must write and pass the NCLEX®-RN within 3 years from your program completion date, or date of eligibility.

May 4, 2020—The National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) has been working with Pearson VUE to facilitate the resumption of NCLEX testing. Effective today, May 4, 2020, testing sites in Regina and Saskatoon have reopened. For additional information, please visit:

How to Apply for the NCLEX®-RN for Canadian Graduates

This section is for Canadian graduates who want to apply for the NCLEX®-RN.

How to Apply for the NCLEX®-RN for Internationally Educated Nurses

This section is for internationally educated applicants who want to apply for the NCLEX®-RN.

Retaking the NCLEX-RN®

This section details the process to retake the NCLEX-RN® if you were unsuccessful on your previous attempt.

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