NCLEX-RN®  Examination for Canadian Graduates and Internationally-Educated Nurses

The NCLEX-RN® is administered by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) and is delivered by Pearson VUE. The SRNA provides you with the eligibility to write the NCLEX-RN® and will grant registration and licensure to practice as a RN in Saskatchewan. 

You must complete 2 applications including one with the SRNA and one with Pearson VUE. We highly recommend that you apply first with the SRNA before applying with Pearson VUE. This will ensure the requirements are met in a timely and efficient manner. 

CANADIAN GRADUATES

If you are a graduate of a Canadian nursing program, you may be required to apply for the NCLEX-RN®  exam and/or initially licence as a RN with the regulatory body in that province. Please check with the regulatory body to ensure you follow their correct process.  If you have completed a Canadian nursing program and have met the SRNA requirements, you can:
• apply to write the NCLEX–RN® in Saskatchewan;
• apply to write the NCLEX-RN® and obtain a Graduate Nurse licence provided you have employment in Saskatchewan 
• apply for RN licensure in Saskatchewan.
Please contact us for questions about the NCLEX-RN® requirements at exams@srna.org 

INTERNATIONALLY- EDUCATED NURSES (WHO HAVE NOT WRITTEN THE NCLEX-RN®)

You may apply for the exam only after you receive a decision letter (letter of eligibility) from SRNA indicating that you are eligible to apply for the exam. When you receive that decision letter, SRNA will share the applications for the NCLEX-RN® and Graduate Nurse (GN) licence. 

INTERNATIONALLY- EDUCATED NURSES (WHO HAVE WRITTEN THE NCLEX-RN®

We recognize all passing NCLEX-RN® results back to 1982. If you have already passed the NCLEX-RN®, you will not be required to take the exam again.  If you have previously submitted your result to the National Nursing Assessment Service (NNAS), you do not have to re-submit your results to SRNA. 
NOTE: Please remember that passing the registration exam is only one requirement for registration and licensure.  Meeting this requirement alone does not enable you to practice in Saskatchewan. 

APPLYING WITH PEARSON VUE

Complete an online application with PEARSON VUE. Information about registering for the NCLEX-RN®  with Pearson VUE is found at www.pearsonvue.com/nclex   Pearson VUE has specific requirements; ensure you read their information carefully and request clarification from Pearson VUE for any questions you may have. 

Refer to the NCLEX Examination Candidate Bulletin for the application form and the required fees atwww.ncsbn.org/1213.htm.

Note that all correspondence from Pearson VUE will arrive to you ONLY by email. You must have a valid email address. 
When you have submitted your application to SRNA and Pearson VUE, we will confirm with Pearson VUE that you are eligible to write the NCLEX. Pearson VUE will send you an Authorization to Test (ATT) via email. You will then be able to schedule a date and time to write the exam. 
 

TEST ACCOMMODATION 

If you have a professionally-recognized diagnosis of a disability, impairment, condition, or disorder which could affect your exam performance, you can request a test accommodation. 

To be eligible for a test accommodation you must download the Testing Accommodation package.

All information must be submitted to the SRNA within 30 days of completing your NCLEX-RN®  exam Application.

Do not schedule an appointment with Pearson VUE to take the NCLEX‐RN® until you have received written confirmation from the SRNA regarding your accommodation and your Authorization to Test (ATT) email from Pearson VUE indicates “Accommodations Granted”.

Please contact us for questions about the NCLEX-RN® requirements at exams@srna.org 

GRADUATE NURSE LICENSURE

For information  on Graduate Nurse licensure go to www.srna.bz/how-to-apply/register/gn-gnnp
You can begin your application for the NCLEX-RN®  by following the directions under the SRNA Exam Requirements.