The test consists of 120 multiple choice questions, of maximum 4 hours duration, with no negative scoring. Examination results will be emailed to candidates within 48 hours after taking the examination.
* 50 questions relate to generic nursing competencies found in each domain of nursing.
* 50 questions will be the application of generic nursing competencies to the specific field of nursing being applied for, for example, as applied to the adult, child, person with a learning disability or person with a mental health problem.
* 20 questions focus solely on the specific competencies required for the field of nursing being applied for. There are 20 critical questions if answered wrong may result in a fail in the exam.
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Once the exam is completed the result is then submitted and calculated. Test center staff does not have access to the examination results. The decision as to whether a candidate passes or fails the CBT is governed by both critical questions and an overall pass mark. A candidate must answer 90 percent of critical questions correctly. The overall score must meet the pass score which is set at 60 percent. Examination results will be emailed to candidates within 48 hours after taking the examination. You can also obtain your results within 48 business hours by logging in to your Pearson VUE account which you will have created when booking your exam.