Nev. Admin. Code § 632.165 - Procedure for writing examination after initial attempt

Current through March 28, 2022

1. An applicant for licensing as a registered nurse or as a practical nurse may write the examination four times.
2. If the applicant is unsuccessful on the second attempt, before he or she may write the examination for the third time, the applicant must present to the Board a plan of study, acceptable to the Board, for preparation to write the examination.
3. If the applicant is unsuccessful on the third attempt, the applicant must repeat courses in nursing theory in a nursing program approved by the Board before he or she may write the examination for the fourth time.

Notes

Nev. Admin. Code § 632.165
Bd. of Nursing, § II subsec. 1 part par. B, 1964; A p. 2, 7-1-65; A and renumbered as § II subsec. A part par. 4, 7-11-69 & § II subsec. A part par. 4, 11-26-69; A and renumbered as § II subsec. A par. 1 subpar. e, 7-10-75; A 12-20-79-NAC A by R029-97, 1-26-98

NRS 632.120, 632.305

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