Effective March 1, 2020. The NCE is undergoing major changes!

"The NCE is transitioning to a new content outline during the 2019 examination cycle" (from the NBCC webpage).

It appears that the new content outline adds numerous specialty questions (based on the New Content Outline; see link below).

Refuse to procrastinate! Prepare to Pass before March 1, 2020!

Click here for the outline and more information from NBCC.
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