Nclex pretty sure i failed!

  1. okay people. So I am freaking out. I got 106 questions and swear I failed. The test seemed so easy at the beginning. Then it was like I had No idea the answer to any of the questions. I tried the PVT and got the bad pop up. Said it declined my credit card. I used a old credit card that is no longer open but from what I’ve heard it still works. I am so scared that I failed, it’s literally all I can think about. I can eat or sleep cuz I’m so busy goggling different people’s stories. I feel like I wasn’t nearly as prepared as I thought I was for the exam. I had alot of prioritizing and meds. Quite a few sata. I just don’t feel good about it and then the pvt declined my card so made it even worse. Help!!!!!! Someone please!

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  3. by   OnMyWay2CRNA
    I was in the same situation a few days ago.... just do something you enjoy doing!
  4. by   SaltySarcasticSally
    Well I just went through the wait and nothing helped. I know the PVT has been accurate for everyone testing in my class so I would prepare for the worst but hope for the best. The bad pop up is the least reliable though, especially if gotten before 24 hrs before your test.
  5. by   Jewelz086
    When the test shut off, I literally sat there like I need more time. That wasn't enough questions.
  6. by   Jewelz086
    Do you know if the card has to be a valid card or can it be a invalid card?
  7. by   SaltySarcasticSally
    Quote from Jewelz086
    Do you know if the card has to be a valid card or can it be a invalid card?
    I used a valid card with the wrong security code. I don't think it matters what you use because the theory is it won't even attempt to charge you if you passed. If you had a card declined then it was trying to charge you, regardless of its validity.
  8. by   Jewelz086
    Ugh!!!!!
  9. by   ponymom
    So leave it alone and go for a walk or shopping or something. It is what it is. If you passed, great. If not, dust off and saddle up again for another go...
  10. by   traumaRUs
    Moved to NCLEX

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