Philippine Nursing Board Exam Checklist

Nursing Board Exam/Nurse Licensure Examination (NLE) Checklist

Before the day of the nursing board exam, make sure you already have:

1. Read and understood the Examinee’s Self-Instruction Sheet

2. Prepared your clinical or school uniform. Refer to: PRC-BON Resolution No. 20 Series of 2009: Amendment to Board Resolution No. 17 Series of 2009 dated July 31, 2009 on Prescribing a Dress Code for Examinees in the Nurses Licensure Examination

3. Bought or acquired a calculator that is on the list of non-programmable calculators allowed to be used in licensure examinations. (PRC Memorandum Circular No. 2008-19)

4. Visited or know exactly where you are assigned (name of school and room number) to sit for the board exam (room assignments are usually released 3 days before the 1st day of the board exam). You have to report to the test center before 6:30 a.m. on the first day of examination to verify your room and seat number. Remember that late examinees will not be admitted.

Requirements on the day of examination:

1. Notice of Admission (NOA) Form (to be brought EVERY examination day)

2. NLE Application stub

3. PRC Examination Fee Official Receipt

4. Two or more no. 2 pencils

5. Ballpoint pens (black ink only)

6. One (1) piece metered-stamp window envelope

7. One (1) piece long brown envelope

8. One (1) piece long transparent (non-colored) plastic envelope (to keep above items)



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