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BCCNM is currently reviewing how we report exam result data. Until the review is complete, no additional ​individual school results will be posted. Education programs will be informed of their aggregate exam results directly. 

BCCNM recognizes practical nursing education programs through its practical nursing education program review process. The graduate success rate on the LPN registration exam is one of the indicators programs use to monitor and analyze whether their graduates achieve the entry-to-practice competencies and meet the LPN Standards of Practice. Registration exam success rates may also support program quality improvement initiatives.

To provide programs, potential students, and the public with information related to each of the recognized programs’ graduate success rates, BCCNM publishes an annual report of these statistics. Below you will find links to our annual statistics for all first-time exam writers graduating from recognized practical nursing programs in B.C. Please note that we only report annual statistics, not individual exam writings. This allows us to report in more detail while also protecting graduate privacy.​​

CPNRE results

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