I took the test June 10 at 8 am yesterday. I came home (Canada) from where I took it in Michigan, and I checked PVT. Went straight to Credit Card info. I tried different ways in answering the Yes/No questions (in addition to filling out the registrations form the way I did it originally) because I couldn't believe it. I am officially depressed. I've never felt this way before, because I've never actually failed something that did serious damage to me, money-wise. :crying2:My exam shut down at 75 questions, and it seemed like all the questions were at a relatively similar difficulty level. I got a handful of both Select All That Apply (SATA) and Priority Questions, a handful of math equations, no drugs, infection control, and a 'grab bag' of random Medical-Surgical questions. From the books and CDs that I used, the questions were very familiar, and what's bugging me is that I felt relatively confident walking out, thinking that I had a majority of questions I was certain of. Now I'm unsure...I took the my own (Canadian) board exam (and passed) to get my lisence so I could practice where I live, but, unfortunately there are hardly any jobs for nurses here. I was offered a job, but I would recieve a significantly lower pay (basically, nothing that can support the lifestyle I need). So, I was hoping THIS Nclex exam would be my ticket...Are any of you guys Canadian? Any experiences with PVT that may be inaccurate. I'm grieving and desperate at this point, because the research I've dont here and other forums online show a high likelihood that this trick is indicative of PASS/FAIL.