Good pop up 30 hours post nclex

  1. Does anyone know the likelihood of someone passing if they keep getting the good pop up 30 hours after their test? I know the trick is only a small reassurance but I'm really hoping it's correct!
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  3. by   Extra Pickles
    seems to be a rarity to have you unable to register for an exam at this point and still fail. One thing is for sure, if you are relying on a registration glitch to give you insight as to whether you passed, if you keep attempting to pay the nice people at Pearson Vue, don't be surprised if one of them goes through and the glitch is on you!

    Go do something fun. Stop punching numbers on your phone. You probably passed.
  4. by   akulahawkRN
    After about 24 hours, if you're getting the "good popup" then the chances that you have actually passed start increasing. However, you cannot count on it because it is very possible that your exam hasn't been scored for the second, definitive time. That should occur before 48 hours as that's when the system offers the quick results. I doubt they'll run two parallel systems where people that live in a "quick results" state run within 48 hours and "non-quick results" states do their final scoring "whenever" but before a state requires a result. Therefore my recommendation is that if you live in a QR state, just wait the 48 hours and you'll know for sure and not put $200 at risk every time you try it and it's going to be "more official" than the "popup" method.

    That being said, I obtained my "official results" about 35 hours after my exam because I received my license numbers from the State of California (non QR state).
  5. by   CNAbutLPN2be2017
    Ok thanks for your response. I live in Florida and we do quick results. I'm just waiting until I'm able to purchase
  6. by   Flnolegirl
    Hey if you go to the mqa website & log in it will tell you if you passed or failed.....save your $8.........hope you passed.
  7. by   Extra Pickles
    Quote from akulahawkRN
    After about 24 hours, if you're getting the "good popup" then the chances that you have actually passed start increasing. However, you cannot count on it because it is very possible that your exam hasn't been scored for the second, definitive time. That should occur before 48 hours as that's when the system offers the quick results. I doubt they'll run two parallel systems where people that live in a "quick results" state run within 48 hours and "non-quick results" states do their final scoring "whenever" but before a state requires a result. Therefore my recommendation is that if you live in a QR state, just wait the 48 hours and you'll know for sure and not put $200 at risk every time you try it and it's going to be "more official" than the "popup" method.

    That being said, I obtained my "official results" about 35 hours after my exam because I received my license numbers from the State of California (non QR state).
    The NCSBON says that the NCLEX grading, both sets of scores, are completed within 24 hours. It has nothing to do with the 48-hour mark that Pearson Vue's Quick Results become available at. Whatever is going to happen at hour 24 is going to be the same as hour 30. But since people are talking about the PVT, a registration game of chance, it has no basis in much else other than probability. Probably the registration program won't let someone who has passed register again. And sometimes it does. And probably someone who has failed will not be prevented from registering, but if they try to register too early, before the 24 hour mark is here, that can happen. After that 24 hour window, if someone still cannot register, there is a reason for it. And it's a good one.
  8. by   CNAbutLPN2be2017
    You're right! This whole thing has me bent out of shape. Especially since I only got 85 questions! I either nailed it or bombed the heck out of it!
  9. by   Extra Pickles
    Quote from CNAbutLPN2be2017
    You're right! This whole thing has me bent out of shape. Especially since I only got 85 questions! I either nailed it or bombed the heck out of it!
    Hey that's my line LOL! I'm betting you nailed it :-)
  10. by   CNAbutLPN2be2017
    Oh lol my bad
  11. by   CNAbutLPN2be2017
    I passed!!!!
  12. by   Extra Pickles
    And-----there you go. Congrats!
  13. by   Happy.Nurselet
    I think it was something with the Florida BON that took an extra day. Every one of my classmates got results at 24 hrs, but I tested on the morning of the 24th and sidnt get them for 48 hours, either. I was actually watching this in subtle peace that I wasn't the only one, sorry to say.

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