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    Ok, I have seen some posts about the Pearsonvue Trick. In order to save myself some time digging around the posts here, so that I can get back to studying for my next Ped's exam on Monday, WHAT is the trick? I "sat for" and passed my NCLEX-PN in January and was not aware of any trick.
    I THINK I may have an idea of what the trick may be. IS IT logging into the site after taking the exam and if it lets you register you to test you have likely failed. And the inverse for passing???

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    Quote from exit96
    Ok, I have seen some posts about the Pearsonvue Trick. In order to save myself some time digging around the posts here, so that I can get back to studying for my next Ped's exam on Monday, WHAT is the trick? I "sat for" and passed my NCLEX-PN in January and was not aware of any trick.
    I THINK I may have an idea of what the trick may be. IS IT logging into the site after taking the exam and if it lets you register you to test you have likely failed. And the inverse for passing??
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    Yes that's the trick.
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    Indeed, that is the one. It is 100% reliable, and I have found nothing to prove it wrong.
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    Nope. The trick didn't work for me. Trick went to the credit card page but when I paid it said I passed
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    Quote from NurseTash25
    Nope. The trick didn't work for me. Trick went to the credit card page but when I paid it said I passed
    Did you lose your payment?

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    No, I didn't enter my card information
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    I paid the 8 dollars for the 48hr results
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    Quote from NurseTash25
    Nope. The trick didn't work for me. Trick went to the credit card page but when I paid it said I passed
    After PearsonVue revamped their site the 'trick' now takes EVERYONE to the CC page. They say 'if' you enter your credit card info you will then get the 'good pop' up or it will charge your CC b/c you failed. There are some who did pass who claim they had their CC charged also. And there are NO refunds so you are gambling with $200 on the new way the 'trick' may (or may not) work.
    A look through the NCLEX forum has a ton of posts on it.
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    Wow interesting, thanks for sharing
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    Does you're state have online license verification? Some do and they will post your status as soon as 24hrs after your exam. That's better than any unofficial results. Usually free too.


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