Just took nclex! I dont know what to think

  1. 0 I just took the Nclex.. Not even 30 min ago and I'm just NUMB!!! I don't even know what to think! And I'm so scared to look!!! It stopped at like 103-105... No idea.. Have alot of SATA and priority question.. Like 5 meds and 1 calculation.... ARGH I don't know what to do or think... Is 103-105 a bad number to stop at? I'm so 50-50 on my test! I feel like I passed but apart of me doesn't know and feels like I'm like preparing myself just in case I failed.... I just don't know!
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    About 2bNdNurse84

    Joined Mar '13; Posts: 38; Likes: 1.

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  3. Visit  Nurse Neddie profile page
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    Do the vue trick!!!!!! I'm sure you'll be fine!!!!! LOL just relax you got this
  4. Visit  californiaboy profile page
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    Goodluck
  5. Visit  2bNdNurse84 profile page
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    I haven't stopped crying and I'm so scared to check! Last 3 times I failed I did the trick and it's been bad news this times I'm just horrified.. I don't wanna go through it again... I just don't know what to make out of my exam. It was like mix signals.. And just **** off at 103-105 one of them...
  6. Visit  TanishaW profile page
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    You did good....believe in your self you got this....
  7. Visit  St_Claire profile page
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    Quote from FloridaRN84
    I haven't stopped crying and I'm so scared to check! Last 3 times I failed I did the trick and it's been bad news this times I'm just horrified.. I don't wanna go through it again... I just don't know what to make out of my exam. It was like mix signals.. And just **** off at 103-105 one of them...
    I felt the same way, I didn't want to check because I could not say I failed if I didn't look.

    How about if you check to put US out of our misery? :-)

    Crossing my fingers for you.
  8. Visit  2bNdNurse84 profile page
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    I still haven't check... I felt like I needed to take the day off bc iv been balling my eyes off. I feel sick to my stomach. It's like when I was taking the exam I got so many MIXX questions. Back to back SATA and I was scared I was missing them.. And QUESTION... Did y'all get any " as a nurse what would you teach your staff".... type questions?!?

    I need to do the trick but in my heart I'm so 50-50.. Like my computer shut off at a random number like 103 or 105 don't even know bc I was that anxious during my test.
  9. Visit  2bNdNurse84 profile page
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    Quote from St_Claire

    I felt the same way, I didn't want to check because I could not say I failed if I didn't look.

    How about if you check to put US out of our misery? :-)

    Crossing my fingers for you.
    How many questions did you get?! And how did u exactly feel when u walked out. Did u kind if feel like the questions were easy level questions? I don't know why but I felt like mine were and that scared me
  10. Visit  shicurls profile page
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    @FloridaRN I can sympathize with how you feel... Almost 100%. I also had about the same amount of questions, some "easy" questions which I thought I totally bombed, plenty SATA and a few EKG strips. I had a terrible headache during the exam and just felt absolutely terrible on the drive back home. I couldn't even eat when I got back home or cry lol and crawled into bed for the rest of the night. Anxiety woke me up at 7 am the next morning...tried to keep calm until I got the nerve to check my BON and sure enough I was a nurse. Did PVT after the fact and got the good pop up. At this point it's you passed or you didn't. Checking the PVT now, tomorrow or a few days from the now and the result will be the same. Gather yourself and JUST DO IT , we will support you either way.
  11. Visit  PeppermintP profile page
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    Yes just do it, it's like tearing off a band aid. This way at least you will know. I will pray you get the good pop up
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    Quote from shicurls
    @FloridaRN I can sympathize with how you feel... Almost 100%. I also had about the same amount of questions, some "easy" questions which I thought I totally bombed, plenty SATA and a few EKG strips. I had a terrible headache during the exam and just felt absolutely terrible on the drive back home. I couldn't even eat when I got back home or cry lol and crawled into bed for the rest of the night. Anxiety woke me up at 7 am the next morning...tried to keep calm until I got the nerve to check my BON and sure enough I was a nurse. Did PVT after the fact and got the good pop up. At this point it's you passed or you didn't. Checking the PVT now, tomorrow or a few days from the now and the result will be the same. Gather yourself and JUST DO IT , we will support you either way.
    Wow! Thank u so much for that... U made me a little happy... I mean today just has been rough. Cried so much that my eyes r swollen. It's like my family is like WHY R U CRYING SO MUCH without checking. But it's like the way I felt. I haven't had the nerves to check.. I just wanted to sleep it off today. And just try tomm. But was just worried.. Bc iv never heard of those type of questions where they say " when educating ur staff what would you emphasize" ..... I got so many of those that I didn't know if that was considered priority of if it was a easy level....after reading what u just wrote makes me feel a lol hopeful. I have tested 3 times and I failed all 3 and it's just a nightmare embedded in my head.
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    Quote from FloridaRN84
    How many questions did you get?! And how did u exactly feel when u walked out. Did u kind if feel like the questions were easy level questions? I don't know why but I felt like mine were and that scared me
    I felt like some of my questions were super simple and that worried me. At two hours I was on question 70 and the computer offered me a break. I took it just to have a chance to stretch and get a drink of water, then went right back to it and the computer shut off at 75. I wanted to throw up. I sat in my car with my phone and tried to check the Pearson Vue site for results but kept getting the "wrong password" message. I drove straight home, sick to my stomach, walked in the door and went straight to the computer. I had to reset my password and it was all adding up and making me feel even worse. I went ahead and did the trick because I was making myself sick with worry. I passed.

    But I still doubted the pop up like everyone else does. 36 hours after I took the test it showed up on the DOPL (Department of Professional License). I still have that page on my phone and I made everyone look at it.

    Put yourself at ease and check it. Or have someone check it for you.

    Still crossing my fingers.
  14. Visit  californiaboy profile page
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    Quote from St_Claire

    I felt like some of my questions were super simple and that worried me. At two hours I was on question 70 and the computer offered me a break. I took it just to have a chance to stretch and get a drink of water, then went right back to it and the computer shut off at 75. I wanted to throw up. I sat in my car with my phone and tried to check the Pearson Vue site for results but kept getting the "wrong password" message. I drove straight home, sick to my stomach, walked in the door and went straight to the computer. I had to reset my password and it was all adding up and making me feel even worse. I went ahead and did the trick because I was making myself sick with worry. I passed.

    But I still doubted the pop up like everyone else does. 36 hours after I took the test it showed up on the DOPL (Department of Professional License). I still have that page on my phone and I made everyone look at it.

    Put yourself at ease and check it. Or have someone check it for you.

    Still crossing my fingers.
    You always have somebthing good to say. You and Julz.


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