Quote from chris_at_lucas
Another would be to see what accomodations may be made. Sometimes if you need extra time for a demonstrable disability, they can do that. If so, you will probably need to get a doctor's note and some other stuff.
Just wanted to say that accommodations are almost impossible to get. If it's the same group that does the testing for the GRE, you need to demonstrate serious
disability, disability that would be incompatible with nursing. If you go to them with "test anxiety", this will not work. This is just a heads up.
I agree with you vjcnurse, that the computer is part of the problem. When you are in school, you typically take your tests using pencil and paper. That's familiar to most students. However, you have the anxiety of having to "pass or else" with the NCLEX, on top of having to take it on an unfamiliar format, it's no wonder why some people have trouble passing it.
I do feel bad for you. I hope that you will be able to pass it one day.
Don't give up... that would be most detrimental right now.