It took NCLEX-RN Saturday, January 4th. The exam shut off after 119 questions and I was sure that I had failed. Like many others, I cried and panicked all the way home. The 1 hour drive between the test center and my house was brutal! I had heard of the Pearson Vue trick and tried it as soon as I got home. The status indicated that the results had been sent, from what I understand that is crucial. I immediately got the "good pop-up". I tried it again at least 10 times during the next 36 hours and each time I got the "good pop-up". I just confirmed this morning on my state's department of health website that I did pass the exam! The test is very hard, but the best advice I can give you is to do as many questions as possible. I recommend at least 5000. It truly does help you not only to be more confident going in to the test, but it trains your brain to pull information out of those deep recesses of your brain; information from like 2-3 semesters ago! Good luck everyone, hard work does pay off!