NCLEX PN Nerves, Bad Result from Pearson Vue Trick :( - page 2

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Today was the big day to take my boards. I'm usually a great tester because I was taught how to pick apart the questions, but that was absolutely no help on the NCLEX. I had a lot of meds I did not know about and a lot of... Read More


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    I just did my Pearson Vue "unoffical" results and I did fail. I hope for your sake the trick is wrong, but I guess at least it prepared me for the worst. My breakdown was Wednesday and I'm already over it and ready to prepare for my next test. I hope 45 days goes quickly.
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    Sorry to hear the bad news I think someone already mentioned saunders and exam cram. I highly recommend both.
    One thing my instructor at my school told my class in order to prepare for the nclex exam was to do at least 50 practice questions a day. It helped me out.
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    Quote from SweetAmber
    I just did my Pearson Vue "unoffical" results and I did fail. I hope for your sake the trick is wrong, but I guess at least it prepared me for the worst. My breakdown was Wednesday and I'm already over it and ready to prepare for my next test. I hope 45 days goes quickly.
    I did fail too. So, I feel your pain. We both worked so hard for this. Just remember you are not alone, I too am fighting this battle along side you. It seems we both had the same type of questions, and I had 76 questions too. So, it really doesn't matter what number it cuts off at. I did get to the CC page on the PVT. So, it seems to be accurate. And, yes, it did prepare me for the worst. It just gave me a head full of grey hairs during these last few hours. Just remember what types of questions were on your test and review that material. That's what I'm going to do. If you need any help, then you can email me at heather213h@yahoo.com. Good luck on your next test!
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    Quote from summer-dreamer
    Sorry to hear the bad news I think someone already mentioned saunders and exam cram. I highly recommend both.
    One thing my instructor at my school told my class in order to prepare for the nclex exam was to do at least 50 practice questions a day. It helped me out.
    I took the Hurst review, practiced the ATI, read the NCLEX Made Easy book, and did at least 75 questions a day for a month, and the questions I had on the NCLEX-RN was nothing like the tests questions that I practiced. But I will continue to study and focus in the areas that was on my test.
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    Goodluck ladies.
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    Im so sorry guys.....i too have been where I guys are and I want to tell you that there is hope....if I could pass this test I know anyone can do it....i graduated in may 2010 took the test and failed three times!!! ..my family lost all hope in me but I never give up....i kept pushing myself cuz I knew I could do it....

    My fourth attempt was on wednesday and I found out that I passed today....it was one of the most challenging things ive had to do but if I can do it u too can....

    And yes the pearson vue trick does work....worked all four times for me...
    I would suggest u used saunders 4th edition and nclex 3500 it worked for me and im sure it will work for u....

    Goodluck guys you can do it.....
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    Less anxiety when you look for your official results.
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    If your looking for a good pharm book find sylvia rayefield book, everything you need to know.
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    i just did the pearson vue trick today...all i can say is....WHAT A HOLIDAY!!! yeah i got where it was asking for the cc information..did it 3 times...and still asked for my cc info...so i guess i failed...never felt so nervous about anythin until the time i took the exams. and doin the pvt..and ouch...i just wish everyone good luck and i hope i would still have the courage to retake the exams. it's very demotivating, expensive, and i'm turning 29 in a few days..i feel old. and now i dont have a career yet. i'm really sad today but i thought knowing that i failed would be the end of the world, but it isn't as worse as i expected... i'll be fine...
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    i still feel glad that i was able to take the exams yesterday though..although i failed...it hurts pretty bad.............NCLEX-RN questions are easy, but what's hard is that all of the choices given seem to be correct...it's really choosing the BEST answer....oh well...anyway..goodluck again to everyone...


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