Took NCLEX, does PV trick really work? - page 2

I told you all I would keep you guys posted on NCLEX. Today I took my NCLEX at 2 p.m. and I was completely done within 50 minutes. I got 75 questions which consisted of 1/3 of the exam being SATA... Read More

  1. by   Alexx_xox
    Quote from Alex_RN
    My situation (number of questions, SATA, good pop up) was the same as yours and I passed. I took mine on a Friday. I did not get any notification but my license posted on the BRN web site early Sunday morning.
    I PASSED!! Yay
  2. by   Alexx_xox
    Quote from Nurselasha
    What did you use to study and how did it compare to nclex?
    I'll be doing an entirely separate post on that! Stay tuned!
  3. by   Alexx_xox
    Quote from NurseLizaBSN
    I did the trick and I got the "good" pop up and did end up passing, but also one of my classmates did the trick and got the "bad" pop up and he ended up passing too. So maybe he input some of his info wrong which made him get the "bad" pop up. I couldn't sleep after I took NCLEX and instead of waiting for my results I did the PV trick and checked the board of nursing website for my state, I was on the website the very next day at 7am my name and license number and date issued were all there! So perhaps you can try that if you're as impatient as I was!
    I PASSED!!! Woo hoo! What a relief
  4. by   amberrenae, RN
    Funny, I took my exam at the same time as you and had the same breakdown of questions! My name was on the MN BON registry the next morning so I didn't have to wait too long, thank goodness. Congratulations!!
  5. by   ~♪♫ in my ♥~
    Quote from hopefulRN'17
    Yes, PVT works (in most cases) It sounds like you passed, congratulations!!
    It either works or it doesn't... the qualifier "in most cases" means that it doesn't.

    The large majority of people pass on the first try so we should, in fact, see many people proclaim the efficacy of the PVT.
  6. by   ~♪♫ in my ♥~
    Quote from NurseLizaBSN
    I did the trick and I got the "good" pop up and did end up passing, but also one of my classmates did the trick and got the "bad" pop up and he ended up passing too. So maybe he input some of his info wrong which made him get the "bad" pop up.
    Or maybe it's bunk.
  7. by   Alex_RN
    Quote from ~♪♫ in my ♥~
    It either works or it doesn't... the qualifier "in most cases" means that it doesn't. The large majority of people pass on the first try so we should, in fact, see many people proclaim the efficacy of the PVT.
    This is the best explanation I have ever seen. It needs to be on a flyer and posted in nursing schools.

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