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Did I do the PVT right?

NCLEX   (896 Views | 2 Replies)

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Ok guys... freaking out.

I took the test yesterday at 2pm. I finished at 7:30pm with 127 questions.

I was so tired by the time I got home at 11pm (I took the test a ways away because it was the earliest test date I could get) and was just dying to try to figure out how I did. I tried to re-register and made it to credit card info, I didn't press submit and actually try to charge it to my card. I put real info in there and didn't want to actually get charged an additional $200 yet.

Was the Pearson trick supposed to show up before I even got to the credit card info? Or would the pop-up have potentially happened if I pressed submit?

I've decided I'm not going to try any other kind of trick except checking the BON for License Verification on Monday. I shouldn't have even tried last night, it didn't make anything better! It was only 4 hours post-test when I tried to look, I don't know how accurate it was anyway since I don't know if I did the trick right.

The test was HARD. It totally targeted my weaknesses which I learned were infection control and diet (which is so frustrating because that doesn't even feel like the heart of Nursing!!). The waiting is awful.

Thanks for answering my question!

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Anyone? I'd love an answer. What I think is that I went through step 1, and 2 but not step 3. That it's when you're pressing submit to get you to that third step of finalizing your payment, you get to see if the trick is there or not. I would love some reassurance that I'm right or an honest answer that I'm not! THANK YOU!!

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no you didn't.. you must enter credit card information and hit the submit button -- thus risking the 200$ payment -- if (a) it charges your card or attempts to, such as getting a declined message for insufficient funds then you most likely weren't successful..and (b) if the system takes you right back the submit page with a message at the top that you already have an open registration and can not make another registration at this time the you most likely were successful.

Most warn that this "tick" is not valid prior to a 24 hour mark, but many argue that they have attempted it in the parking lot immediately after taking the exam and got valid results.

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