hello. while i am not new to the site, i am new to posting. i am an lvn in texas. recently, i comepleted an adn program. but, more recerntly, i took the nclex-rn. i am curious about quick result. can i view my results 48 hours after the test or 48 business hours after the test? my test shut off at like 76. i was worried until i realized my faith in god got me through. he is awesome. so, can anyuone help me? i have read numerous forums, and the poll seems to be split. please, share all experiences with quick result with me.
Dec 4, '05
You might wish to post this very same question over at the Texas Nurses Forum. Click on the following link to get to the forum: https://allnurses.com/forums/f175/
Dec 5, '05
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welcome to the site. enjoy your stay and best wishes to you.
Dec 5, '05
i passed!!!! god is good!!!!!:hatparty: :hatparty: :hatparty: :chuckle :chuckle :chuckle
Dec 6, '05
Congrats on passing!!! :hatparty:
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