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

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

I'm a stay at home mom for the moment. I'm retaking A&P 1 & micro then crossing my fingers I get into a bridge program to become an RN. :)

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Ruas61 has 35 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in MDS/ UR.

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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.

No, it just means that part of this thread means people point our some information and facts for other posters.

Everyone who is perceived as less than Mary Poppins answering is not NETY.

If this is NETY to you, I am hope your perception and insight grow.

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ixchel specializes in critical care.

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I just took the NCLEX-RN today. Tried the PVT and it said "Payment was declined-Contact your financial institution.... Does this mean I failed?

It means your payment was declined. Contact your financial institution.

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ixchel specializes in critical care.

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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.

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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)

I want time off for good behavior!!!!!! Son of a stethoscope I am now so angry I'm seeing red that this isn't offered.

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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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I want time off for good behavior!!!!!! Son of a stethoscope I am now so angry I'm seeing red that this isn't offered.

There, there now my tender young little nursie, let Mavrick Poppins assist you with this wee little cube of sugar. So much the better to nibble on you my dear.

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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 is becoming very interesting to me the inexplicable expectations of our dear readers. That somehow All Nurses means we nursing types are on-line all the time to provide nursing services to all persons all for free? Is that in the fine print of the TOS?

I wonder if other professionals are asked to perform services outside their occupation? Jerry Seinfeld got a laugh out of his dating a massage therapist and wanting free massages. But that was a joke!

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ixchel specializes in critical care.

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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.

I became a nurse so that people would assume I'm compassionate. When I rob liquor stores, hire hookers and smoke meth, I make sure I wear my scrubs. So far, so good, and thank god for that! I've had hookers try to rat me out, and the cops totally never believe them.

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

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I'm not paid enough by AN to be compassionate 24/7 =)

It is becoming very interesting to me the inexplicable expectations of our dear readers. That somehow All Nurses means we nursing types are on-line all the time to provide nursing services to all persons all for free? Is that in the fine print of the TOS?

I wonder if other professionals are asked to perform services outside their occupation? Jerry Seinfeld got a laugh out of his dating a massage therapist and wanting free massages. But that was a joke!

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If we hit 10 million pvt question posts, will the pvt start to work again?

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Groan.....my goodness....why not take yourselves and AN just a little too seriously...If this poor nervous kid wants to ask a simple question, let her ask. If you don't want to read it....then don't. No need to be snarky and flame someone for deigning to post an NCLEX question in the precious General Discussion. Get a life and some feelings....you don't have to be a nurse to be considerate of others....just a decent human being.

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traumaRUs has 27 years experience as a MSN, APRN and specializes in Nephrology, Cardiology, ER, ICU.

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Okay - lets be nice! Yes, the "trick" sometimes works but that doesn't really mean anything if you don't pass!

We all agree that there is a lot of stress when taking the NCLEX and to be snarky to posters is not necessary.

If reading about this topic, please skip it - we have lots of other threads - have a nice evening everyone!

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Good luck! We all hope you passed. We just don't like to discuss the PVT. It's like Fight Club.

Then why don't you avoid the posts that mention them?

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