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by Gzaless Gzaless (New Member) New Member

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Hello I took my nclex PN May 14,2019 in california and received my letter saying I failed. I just wanted to know if I have to pay for another application fee to re test? Or just my exam fee 200$?? Asking for any one who has failed and re tested!!! HELP 

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Hi Gzaless,

I just took my NCLEX-PN in California just this May too! My guess is you don’t have to pay the fee to apply to retest UNLESS your eligibility to take the NCLEX has expired. You should have a letter (which I hope you kept just in case) that notes the expiration date that’s 6 months after your eligibility date.

So if you know your eligibility hasn’t expired, I think you only need to worry about the exam fee.

Hope this helps!

 

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Thank you! Yes I do have the letter still. By the way what did you use to study? 

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I used UWorld and Saunders Comprehensive Review for the NCLEX-PN Examination 6th Edition, but their newest edition is the 7th edition. I didn’t get this book, but I saw that NCLEX-PN Exam Cram got great reviews too for studying content and helping others pass on the first try, which isn’t as thick as the Saunders book. 

The thing that sucks about Uworld though is that you have to pay for a subscription to their question bank, and a 60-day subscription was $139 for me.

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Thank you.

 

while I was taking the nclex I got a couple select all that apply questions about when a LVN is floated from one unit to another what assignments can be delegated. Does the assignment have to be related to the unit they come from? Or can it be anything as long as it’s within the lvns scope of practice and the patient is stable? 

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