By the time I write the registration exam to become an RN it will be NCLEX and administered the same way NCLEX is in the US, and by the same company. I have looked up information about NCLEX accommodations, and read some pretty crazy rumors. Like they won't let you have food, water, a meter etc. (one person posted that they won't allow you to wear an insulin pump.) But to compensate they give you an obscene amount of extra time. And you keep all your items in a locker. (Apparently some ppl go for a smoke break during the exam) Everyone, in Canada is quite confused about NCLEX in general. I don't think there any official statements from Pearson (not sure if that is the governing body / company) about accommodations. Sorry, if I sound ignorant. I know essentially nothing about NCLEX. The old Canadian test was quite differentiate (CNRE) and our faculty teaching with the CRNE in mind out of habit. I have also never written a computerized test that uses this algorithm and super stressed out about the idea of only getting one change to answer the question and not go back and review it.