MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The state is retesting more than 560 nursing assistants because of cheating concerns on licensing tests.

The tests were given through Inver Hills Community College Center and a satellite location at Blue Sky Online in West St. Paul. The Department of Health, Inver Hills Community College and MnSCU stopped the tests after finding suspicious patterns in test results.

Nursing assistants who took the tests at those two locations after May 2014 can keep working, but they will need to retake the test to keep their license.