School of Nursing


To meet the licensing requirements for practising nursing in Canada, students must write the licensure examinations from the Canadian Nurses Association Testing Service (CNATS).

To be eligible to write CNATS, candidates must graduate from an approved School of Nursing and be recommended by the School of Nursing.

In order to be recommended for CNATS a student must complete a comprehensive examination in the final year of the programme as set by the school. The comprehensive examination may be in the form of a commercial examination, eg. Mosby Assess Test or NLN examination.

Last modified on October 8, 1997 by MaryJane Puxley

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