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    Anyone here who took the exam and stopped at a very high number and still passed?? I stopped at a high and random number which is 187. Idk if it's a bad sign

    Anyone who can reply will surely help me with my anxiety
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    Go to Pearson Nclex and try to re-register for the test. If it doesn't let you, saying that you "must contact the member board and that another registration can't be made at this time" you passed! :-D
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    I had run out of time at 260 ! And still pass
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    @ashleyrosesf i can't do it. I can't seem to make myself do the pearson trick haha don't have the guts and strength
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    @blackroses really? But maybe it's different, because i did not run out of time. It really stopped at 187
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    Aside from waiting that's the only way! :-)
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    Even though it's hard my recommendation is to do it. Knowing one way or the other is better than stressing and making yourself crazy about it. Remember - high levels of cortisol make you cushy and sick! ;-)
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    It doesn't matter what number you stopped at!! the number means you were either at minimum competency to practice or you weren't going to make it to minimum competency. A person can pass at 75 or fail, pass or fail anywhere in between and at 265, my first time i had 265 questions and i failed, the second time i had 126 and failed!! Believe in yourself. . . do the pearson vue so you can stop stressing. If you passed congrats, if you failed pick yourself up and start studying again because you have 45 days!! :-) remember some of the best nurses don't pass on the first time, but it would be great if we could! I take mine at the end of July for the THIRD time and i am a nervous wreck and its not even test day yet.
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    Quote from AshleymarieRN
    It doesn't matter what number you stopped at!! the number means you were either at minimum competency to practice or you weren't going to make it to minimum competency. A person can pass at 75 or fail, pass or fail anywhere in between and at 265, my first time i had 265 questions and i failed, the second time i had 126 and failed!! Believe in yourself. . . do the pearson vue so you can stop stressing. If you passed congrats, if you failed pick yourself up and start studying again because you have 45 days!! :-) remember some of the best nurses don't pass on the first time, but it would be great if we could! I take mine at the end of July for the THIRD time and i am a nervous wreck and its not even test day yet.

    Great advice! Third times a charm! good luck to you
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    Went on today . Had around 165 questions . Did the trick and it told me I couldn't register anymore!


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