First, do you have access to quick results? Even with the quick results those are unofficial results, technically speaking. The only entity that can officially release pass or fail results is the board of nursing.
Second, are you wanting to write a letter of complaint to Pearson Vue that the non-endorsed, unofficial "trick" changed that you possibly passed to seemingly failed? That won't go far at all. As as far as Pearson Vue, the boards of nursing, and the NCSBN is concerned the PVT doesn't exist.
So writing a letter of complaint that the PVT 'results' changed after you tried the trick "20 times in 38 hours" will fall on deaf ears.
My suggestion would be to pay for quick results if you have access to them otherwise sit tight until you get the official results. While some have hypothesized generally the more SATA questions you get it is indicative that you did rather well, there is no guarantee that this is true.
From the NCSBN website (and repeated on Pearson Vue and in the candidate bulletin): "
After the Exam
The time after finishing NCLEX and awaiting results
is filled with anticipation for many candidates.
Unofficial and Official Results
If your board of nursing participates in the Quick Results Service
, you can receive your “unofficial” results 48 hours after the exam. This service is available for $7.95 on the Pearson VUE NCLEX Candidate website
. You can also call 1.900.776.2539 ($9.95 for the call).
Official results are ONLY available through your board of nursing and will be mailed to you approximately one month after the exam. Do NOT call NCSBN, your board of nursing, Pearson VUE NCLEX Candidate Services or the Pearson Professional Centers for results.