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JENNIFER27 has 4 years experience and specializes in MED SURG.

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Received the good pop up today!!!!! I will retry again to reregister in 24 hours and I think I will still invest in the quick results!!!

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NursePooda has 6 years experience and specializes in Med/Surg & Critical care.

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Girl the good pop up is the good pop up it's not going to disappear!!! Why retry in 24 hrs you know you passed!!! I didn't get get my quick results. I just waited on my official results and you should too! LOL Congrats RN!! Don't be in denial.

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JENNIFER27 has 4 years experience and specializes in MED SURG.

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Lol thank you so much NursePooda! That's encouraging 😆😆😆

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JENNIFER27 has 4 years experience and specializes in MED SURG.

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24 hours later......I still have the good pop up

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I got the good pop up too!! Praying it means I passed!! Good luck to us all!!! God willing

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Girl the good pop up is the good pop up it's not going to disappear!!! Why retry in 24 hrs you know you passed!!! I didn't get get my quick results. I just waited on my official results and you should too! LOL Congrats RN!! Don't be in denial.

I'm sorry, you're mistaken about this. The reason we are telling people to wait 24 hours is because the indication of pass or fail you see immediately after the test is ONLY the first scoring's indication. Your exam is scored TWICE in a 24-hour period; there absolutely HAVE been enough cases of people's second scorings NOT matching their first ones to make this a very real reason to wait.

If your first score is a pass, but at some point during the following 24 hours your second score returns as 'fail'....you will fail. For these people, the ones who do the PVT right after their exam ends and they see an indication of 'pass'....and then are shocked to find they did NOT pass....they then claim the PVT "didn't work". It worked fine; they didn't do it right.

My heart goes out to those people who have accepted jobs based solely on that first PVT thing, only to find out they failed :( Also, same thing for those people who spend days crying because they were able to pay for another exam, only to find out they PASSED! And while they're thrilled they passed....look at the suffering they went through :(

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24 hours later......I still have the good pop up

Then congrats :)

Before 24 hours, that pop up meant zero, zilch.

After 24 hours, if you cannot schedule another exam....you should expect official notification of good news.

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I'm sorry, you're mistaken about this. The reason we are telling people to wait 24 hours is because the indication of pass or fail you see immediately after the test is ONLY the first scoring's indication. Your exam is scored TWICE in a 24-hour period; there absolutely HAVE been enough cases of people's second scorings NOT matching their first ones to make this a very real reason to wait.

I'm sure the chances of the score changing from pass to fail in those 24 hours is less than .01% judging by the amount of people it has worked for. So to see the good pop up is extremely good news and means there's about a 99% chance you've indeed passed. I've been searching google for stories where the PVT hasnt worked and cant find any recent ones.

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JENNIFER27 has 4 years experience and specializes in MED SURG.

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Its official!!! I indeed PASSED!!!! I AM A RN!!!

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LadyFree28 has 10 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in Pediatrics, Rehab, Trauma.

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JENNIFER27 said:
Its official!!! I indeed PASSED!!!! I AM A RN!

Congrats! :up:

So much better than a "trick" ;)

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LadyFree28 has 10 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in Pediatrics, Rehab, Trauma.

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I'm sure the chances of the score changing from pass to fail in those 24 hours is less than .01% judging by the amount of people it has worked for. So to see the good pop up is extremely good news and means there's about a 99% chance you've indeed passed. I've been searching google for stories where the PVT hasnt worked and cant find any recent ones.

However, results from Pearson Vue is MUCH more valid than a "trick" or Google. :blink:

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NursePooda has 6 years experience and specializes in Med/Surg & Critical care.

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RNsRWe said:
I'm sorry, you're mistaken about this. The reason we are telling people to wait 24 hours is because the indication of pass or fail you see immediately after the test is ONLY the first scoring's indication. Your exam is scored TWICE in a 24-hour period; there absolutely HAVE been enough cases of people's second scorings NOT matching their first ones to make this a very real reason to wait.

If your first score is a pass, but at some point during the following 24 hours your second score returns as 'fail'....you will fail. For these people, the ones who do the PVT right after their exam ends and they see an indication of 'pass'....and then are shocked to find they did NOT pass....they then claim the PVT "didn't work". It worked fine; they didn't do it right.

My heart goes out to those people who have accepted jobs based solely on that first PVT thing, only to find out they failed :( Also, same thing for those people who spend days crying because they were able to pay for another exam, only to find out they PASSED! And while they're thrilled they passed....look at the suffering they went through :(

Well that didn't happen with me and I don't know of anyone that has happen to. PVT pop up in my world is good news. But I wouldn't dare accept a job offer until it's actually offical. Common sense. And ditto to Nursynursenurse! 

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