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Just took nclex-pn

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by 1031cmp 1031cmp (New) New

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Took my pn today at 8 had 85 questions and it shut off.Had a lot of sata questions and pharm no math..I am so nervous I feel that I just did horrible on this test.I am praying I pass.

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Well, 85 questions means you either did very well, or very poorly. I got 85 questions, maybe 10 SATA and passed.

Have you don't the PVT?

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Well, 85 questions means you either did very well, or very poorly. I got 85 questions, maybe 10 SATA and passed.

Have you don't the PVT?

I just did the PVT and got the new good pop up..Just wondering if it really works?

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Everyone I know who did it and got the good popup passed.

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If you waited at least 24 hours after completing the exam before attempting to register again, and you could not, it is *most* likely you passed.

If you tried the 'trick' prior to 24 hours passing, getting 'the good popup' means nothing. The test is scored TWICE: if you passed on the first scoring, but then tried the trick prior to the second scoring, you would see the indication you passed the exam (couldn't register again). If you passed on the SECOND scoring, no harm done; passing is passing :) The trouble comes if you didn't pass on the second scoring, and (based on the premature trick attempt) think you passed.....and didn't.

There are countless threads and posts on this topic on this very forum, from people who call the trick "accurate" because "it worked for me and everyone I know"......and those who swear it's BS, because it "didn't work" for them. Typically, if one looks closely at the individual situations, one finds people using 'the trick' incorrectly, guessing incorrectly, and not understanding what the whole software glitch really is DOING when it goes through its motions.

In any event....I do hope you pass :D

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DJAYS has 5 years experience.

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Well to me it's a little confusing to understand how it works...or if you are doing it right? I will be taking my test soon but I think I will wait for results. How was the pharms questions on the test did they have both names of it? Did you think it was hard? What did you use for the review for the nclex-pn? Good Luck with everything

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