Not another NLN PAX question.

  1. 0 I know that questions regarding the NLN are plentifull around these parts, but I have some questions for those in the know. :spin:

    I know the exam is timed, pencils only(I hope that mechanical pencils are okay) and no calculators.

    This may sound silly, but I do tend to rate high on the silly meter at least once a day, but here it goes.

    If you don't know the answer to a question, should you leave it blank? (If you leave a question unanswered is it automatically wrong?) I told you it was silly.

    Is there a set order as far as what test they give first? I like to get the "fun" stuff like Mathematics out of the way first.

    What is the wait time like for your results? I do realize that this can vary depending on factors such as your location.

    Thank you for reading not another NLN PAX post.
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  3. Visit  DesertRain profile page
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    Well I can't help you with the first couple questions you asked....and now that you asked them count me in on the silly because I would like to know the answers to that too. But--I do know it takes 2 weeks for your results.
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    Hello my silly friend. :spin: Maybe if we keep bumping this up someone will take pitty on two silly nervous nellies and fill us in.
  5. Visit  MIKelly profile page
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    Quote from Pixiesmom
    If you don't know the answer to a question, should you leave it blank? (If you leave a question unanswered is it automatically wrong?) I told you it was silly.
    It's always better to guess wrong than not try! If you leave a question blank, yes that would count as a wrong answer.
  6. Visit  Pixiesmom profile page
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    Quote from MIKelly
    It's always better to guess wrong than not try! If you leave a question blank, yes that would count as a wrong answer.

    Thank you Kelly! I've heard so many different things floating around on campus and wanted to find out for sure.


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