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thank you so much it eased my tension a little. i did find out today on sunday that i infact passed on the pearson vue web! what a nightmare weekend, but now i can go relax finally-surgeryrn
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i had a feeling you would be posting good news!
yes, i really do
know how you feel! getting 265 questions was the worst. i was there for 4 hours. i was definitely not expecting that. when i took the lpn exam last year i got the minimum number of questions (85) and was out of there in 45 minutes! but the rn test really kicked my butt. i had to keep reminding myself that as long as the computer kept throwing questions at me i was still in the game. i had a cold, couldn't breath, was trying not to disturb the other test takers by coughing, and they had to bring in tissues for me, only 2 at a time. my head was so congested it felt like it was in a vice. not the ideal test taking experience!
yes, i tried to reschedule the exam, but all the test dates were booked through july and i'm supposed to start my new job on the 19th (no stress there!) i was so down in the dumps when i left. i drove to the cemetery to spend some time "with" my mom. she got to see me get my lpn, but not my rn and i was sobbing. that's a whole other story. my stupid cold was getting to me and i went through a whole box of kleenix at the cemetery!
i was so scared to check the pearson site that i had my son on my lap so i could squeeze him for comfort upon seeing the bad news. i was wondering how i would be able to get through taking that test again. and then when it said "pass" i still burst out crying. then i thanked god.
my whole body was so worn down from the experience that it took a couple of days to actually be able to enjoy the news.
anyway, congratulations to the both of us! hope you get to celebrate like you so deserve! you're an rn now!