PVT Trick says that I "previously passed"...is this right? - page 9

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A popup stating "The candidate has previously passed this exam. A new appointment cannot be scheduled" just came up tonight...after previously getting the "good" popup.....I took my test yesterday.....um....has anyone ever gotten... Read More


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    At first the website said my results were on hold then later on today it said I couldn't retest because I previously passed. I hope I passed because I celebrated already and told people I passed.
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    Quote from xkrystlex
    A popup stating "The candidate has previously passed this exam. A new appointment cannot be scheduled" just came up tonight...after previously getting the "good" popup.....I took my test yesterday.....um....has anyone ever gotten this? ....I'm guessing it would have to mean that I passed?...Right?

    I had taken my NCLEX exam on 11/17/2011. I had completed the exam with 75 questions!! What makes my situation different is that I had graduated 12/2010. What did I do to prepare for the exam? Saunders, Kaplan audio (which I had downloaded on my mp3 player). Overall, I believe that knowing what the NCLEX is looking for makes all the differences in the world!! Remember ABC, Maslow and the danger words like "most" "first" or "least." Also, brush up on pharmacology. Lastly, take your time and read the questions CAREFULLY and reason the q'S OUT in your head (YOU ALWAY DO THIS DURING CLINICALS). I had completed about 3000 questions on the Saunders CD and averaged 65-80% on tests I had taken. Be sure to read all RATIONALE for the questions (this will help you a lot!). Have faith in yourself that you can do this!! I am an RN
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    Quote from cj200469
    At first the website said my results were on hold then later on today it said I couldn't retest because I previously passed. I hope I passed because I celebrated already and told people I passed.

    I had taken my exam on 11/17, 30 mins after completing the exam I logged on to the Pearson Vue website to do the "trick." I recieved a message stating that... This candidate has previously passed this exam, a new appointment cannot be rescheduled." I didn't know what to make of this, could it be that I really passed with 75 questions after having graduated 11 months ago and hardly studying for this exam? Today I logged on and was able to receive my "quick review" results and I am proud to say that I am an RN !!
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    I took NCLEX-PN yesterday. 85 questions, kept checking Pearson vue, but said "delivery in progress" then the site shut down from 5:00pm-10:00pm. So I checked again at 10:00pm, said "delivery successful" proceeded to re register for the exam, pop up came up that said "candidate has passed the exam and another registration cannot be made" sure hope it's accurate:-)
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    Quote from kmillersocal
    I took NCLEX-PN yesterday. 85 questions, kept checking Pearson vue, but said "delivery in progress" then the site shut down from 5:00pm-10:00pm. So I checked again at 10:00pm, said "delivery successful" proceeded to re register for the exam, pop up came up that said "candidate has passed the exam and another registration cannot be made" sure hope it's accurate:-)

    Congratulations you passed.... no need to pay for a quick result it's just a waste of money... just wait for the letter and time to celebrate....
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    Thanks Wilburccc!
    Our state does not offer the quick results, so I am thrilled that the Pearson registration works. At least I hope it does:-)
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    I just took my NCLEX-RN this morning, Jan 12, 2012. The test shut off at 78 questions and because I had failed before and remembered how I felt the last time I just knew that I had failed. I came home and checked the PVT after it said "delivery successful" and got the "old" good pop up. All day I have been unsure how to feel because I didn't want to get to excited but then after another few hours of searching through other people's threads I realized that the PVT verbiage has changed now to "previously passed" and now I don't know what to think??? Then I went on my page and realized that when I registered this last time that I had put the wrong month of graduation by accident and am thinking now that maybe that is why I got that message because my records are not matching up? Any advice?
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    Quote from Yvette2946
    I just took my NCLEX-RN this morning, Jan 12, 2012. The test shut off at 78 questions and because I had failed before and remembered how I felt the last time I just knew that I had failed. I came home and checked the PVT after it said "delivery successful" and got the "old" good pop up. All day I have been unsure how to feel because I didn't want to get to excited but then after another few hours of searching through other people's threads I realized that the PVT verbiage has changed now to "previously passed" and now I don't know what to think??? Then I went on my page and realized that when I registered this last time that I had put the wrong month of graduation by accident and am thinking now that maybe that is why I got that message because my records are not matching up? Any advice?
    yvette2946-Have you tried to do PVT again but list your correct grad date?
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    Kmillersocal: Yes I changed the month to the correct one and still got the same "old" good message... ? Guess I won't know for sure until tomorrow or until I call the BON. Thank you for the message
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    Quote from Yvette2946
    I just took my NCLEX-RN this morning, Jan 12, 2012. The test shut off at 78 questions and because I had failed before and remembered how I felt the last time I just knew that I had failed. I came home and checked the PVT after it said "delivery successful" and got the "old" good pop up. All day I have been unsure how to feel because I didn't want to get to excited but then after another few hours of searching through other people's threads I realized that the PVT verbiage has changed now to "previously passed" and now I don't know what to think??? Then I went on my page and realized that when I registered this last time that I had put the wrong month of graduation by accident and am thinking now that maybe that is why I got that message because my records are not matching up? Any advice?
    You want any adviced? Go out take your family. You've passed the exam. That sounds to em a good pop up. Congrats


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