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by Jperry121215 Jperry121215 (New) New

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After taking the NCLEX exam, how long do you have to wait to try the "trick" to register for another exam? I took the NCLEX RN exam today. This is the 4th time taking it. I graduated nursing school 8 years ago! Today, the computer shut off at 75 questions. The 3 previous exams I got all 265 questions! I'm going to have an anxiety attack having to wait 48 hours to find out if I passed or not!

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hon918 is a ADN, RN and specializes in ICU.

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You can try the trick after you get the email from Pearson saying you completed the test, usually an hour or so after you finish.

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Thank you! It's been 29 hours since finishing the exam and it's not letting me register again. I hope that's a good sign!

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bgxyrnf has 10 years experience as a MSN, RN and specializes in Med-Tele; ED; ICU.

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Ignore the PVT and instead recognize that the odds are very low of failing so miserably that the test cut off at 75 questions. Reaching the 265 mark on your prior exams meant that you were borderline throughout.

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I passed!!!!!! Just found out this morning! I'm soooooo happy!

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Have Nurse has 25 years experience and specializes in Med/Surg/Infection Control/Geriatrics.

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I passed!!!!!! Just found out this morning! I'm soooooo happy!

Well done!! When I took my boards it cut off at 75 and I passed just fine too. Congrats!

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