Well yes, this does suck, does it not?
I figure if the preceptor gives me the impression he can't or won't pursue it, I know that there's a compliance department that takes anonymous calls. I wouldn't be required to say who I was or even exactly who I'm concerned about, that would be up to them to do the math and figure out which (how many, actually) of their new grads aren't legally allowed to practice right now. I don't have to put my neck on the line that way, which frankly I'm not prepared to do. Required to inform of problem, ok, I can do that, but I'm not required to hang myself personally. Guess that's the point of the anonymous line, huh??
And I'm still hoping that by the time someone upstairs decides to deal with it, the point will be moot because there'll be an actual license in place. And that's not my call, thankfully.
I swear, next time I come across anyone with a GN I'm just not gonna ask when they are taking their test, or anything, should they tell me they already did and failed!