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Does the bad pop up for Pearson Vue mean you fail?

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It bothers me that people here are supposed to be compassionate nurses. Instead of answering a person who is asking a sincere question with such sarcasm just answer the question nicely. People come here for support.

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OrganizedChaos has 10 years experience as a LVN and specializes in M/S, LTC, Corrections, PDN & drug rehab.

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It bothers me that people here are supposed to be compassionate nurses. Instead of answering a person who is asking a sincere question with such sarcasm just answer the question nicely. People come here for support.

People can also use the search function but don't. The post the same question, day after day after day.

Plus it's the internet, not work.

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icuRNmaggie has 24 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in MICU, SICU, CICU.

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The compassion and support for NCLEX testing is available in the NCLEX subforum under nursing students.

There are 349,520 threads on the subject of NCLEX and PVT ad nauseum in that subforum...that is where you will receive a targeted response. It is not a topic of general interest and does not belong in the general discussion forum.

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BuckyBadgerRN has 4 years experience as a ASN, RN and specializes in HH, Peds, Rehab, Clinical.

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There's also such a thing called critical thinking. If a candidate can't even utilize a simple search feature on a website, it makes me wonder how they'll perform under real pressure!

It bothers me that people here are supposed to be compassionate nurses. Instead of answering a person who is asking a sincere question with such sarcasm just answer the question nicely. People come here for support.

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OrganizedChaos has 10 years experience as a LVN and specializes in M/S, LTC, Corrections, PDN & drug rehab.

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There's also such a thing called critical thinking. If a candidate can't even utilize a simple search feature on a website, it makes me wonder how they'll perform under real pressure!

This!

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NamasteN has 6 years experience.

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I did it last week, got the good pop up passed. So did all of my nursing school class. Not sure if this means it works ALL the time, but it does work. You have to use a valid card and be prepared to pay the 200$ which if you are going to take the test again you are going to pay again. Parts of This thread just goes to prove that nurses really do eat their young haha.

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Mavrick has 30 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in 15 years in ICU, 22 years in PACU.

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It bothers me that people here are supposed to be compassionate nurses. Instead of answering a person who is asking a sincere question with such sarcasm just answer the question nicely. People come here for support.

It bothers me too that people think this is a 24 hour therapy session for emotional problems.

or

That nurses are supposed to be compassionate 24/7 with no time off for good behavior.

or

It is somehow my responsibility to provide support for every lazy azz wing nut on the internet.

If that's the job you're giving me ....... I quit! (Hours and wages suck)

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OrganizedChaos has 10 years experience as a LVN and specializes in M/S, LTC, Corrections, PDN & drug rehab.

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I did it last week, got the good pop up passed. So did all of my nursing school class. Not sure if this means it works ALL the time, but it does work. You have to use a valid card and be prepared to pay the 200$ which if you are going to take the test again you are going to pay again. Parts of This thread just goes to prove that nurses really do eat their young haha.

Really? NETY? We're not nurses 24/7/365.*

*Lol. Thanks Ood!

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Really? NETY? We're not nurses 24/7/355.

355? You get holidays off OC? B****. Lol ♡

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Mavrick has 30 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in 15 years in ICU, 22 years in PACU.

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355? You get holidays off OC? B****. Lol ♡

Ground Hog's Day..... I'm outta here!!

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icuRNmaggie has 24 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in MICU, SICU, CICU.

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parts of This thread just goes to prove that nurses really do eat their young haha.
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When you go to post again about the lack of compassion and support from your "horrible preceptor" who doesn't coddle you, that goes under your very own First Year After Licensure subforum.

Claiming that nurses eat their young translates as immature, entitled, unwilling to put forth any kind of effort and unable to accept anything but a glowing evaluation. We will cut you loose quickly if that is your mind set.

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