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NCLEX-PN, PVT “Results on hold”

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Cindy Aguilar has 1 years experience as a LVN.

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Hello everyone, I hope someone can answer my questions and give some peace of mind. I took my NCLEX-PN on Friday, 4/3/2020, got cutoff at 60 questions. With the whole coronavirus pandemic, they made some changes to the minimum and max cutoff numbers with 60 minimum and max 130. So I got the minimum cutoff. When I did the PVT about 2 hrs later and after receiving the email, it told me my results where on hold. So no answers there. I waited til today, Sunday, to try and do the quick results since they now offer it in California. Still says they have not received my results. I’m so anxious and I need to know my results! It’s a horrible feeling having to wait. Can I not access my results because it’s Sunday? I read on other forums that people are able to see their quick results on Sundays. Is it because of my hold? And how long can the hold last? I didn’t have any complications with my palm scan, that I know of, and I don’t think I finished too quick. I did the 60 questions in a little over an hour. I just need some peace of mind and some rest. Thank you to anyone who can give some answers and sorry for it being so long.

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AspiringRN has 3 years experience as a CNA, LPN and specializes in Geriatrics.

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Did you ever receive your results? 
This was posted almost two months ago. Wish I saw this earlier 

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Cindy Aguilar has 1 years experience as a LVN.

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@AspiringRN Yes I already got my results, I passed 😊 but thank you for trying to answer anyways. Now I’m just struggling to find a job, any tips on that? Anything helps, thank you 🙏🏽 

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AspiringRN has 3 years experience as a CNA, LPN and specializes in Geriatrics.

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Congratulations PN!!

Indeed.com is a fantastic site for job searching.

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Ljill74 is a CNA, LPN and specializes in SUBACUTE CNA..

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What day did you end up finding out? I’m so nervous to check my results. I don’t wanna be disappointed again. I stopped at 60Q as well. 
 

CONGRATS to you 💕

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AspiringRN has 3 years experience as a CNA, LPN and specializes in Geriatrics.

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Hey LOL. We are in the same boat. I took mine yesterday and still awaiting my results.

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Ljill74 is a CNA, LPN and specializes in SUBACUTE CNA..

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What number did you stop at? Are you in Cali? 
 

im honestly really nervous. 😭😭😭

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AspiringRN has 3 years experience as a CNA, LPN and specializes in Geriatrics.

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I am in NY.

I am going to ease my mind and pay for the quick results which will be available tomorrow.

I tried the Pearson Vue trick, it’s not 100 percent accurate (as I hear) but it eased my anxiety somewhat.

I stopped at 60 questions in a little over an hour. How about u?

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Ljill74 is a CNA, LPN and specializes in SUBACUTE CNA..

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Yeah, I can pay for quick results I believe today. But I’m so nervous. I don’t want to look, and be disappointed. 
 

I stopped at 60 as well, did you have any drag and drop? SATA? What was your test mostly of? You think? 

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AspiringRN has 3 years experience as a CNA, LPN and specializes in Geriatrics.

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I had approximately 7 or 8 SATA, No drag and drop questions, No audio or picture questions, No med math, Mostly multiple choice, approximately 5 medication questions.

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Ljill74 is a CNA, LPN and specializes in SUBACUTE CNA..

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Okay, I got like 4 drag and drops, 5 SATA, ton of meds, labs, and priority questions. No math, no audio. 
 

I just keep praying this is it for me. I have taken the test before, so I knew what to expect going in. I felt comfortable going in, and just claiming myself as an LVN and praying. I just need this and want this so bad. As much as everyone else I’m sure! ❤️ 
 

Sorry, I just want this so bad 😭😭😭. I studied my tush off. LOL. What did you study with? 

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AspiringRN has 3 years experience as a CNA, LPN and specializes in Geriatrics.

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WOW!, your test sounded a bit more difficult than mine. I will pray for you!

Do they have quick results available in Cali?

I studied 100 questions a day using UWorld.In addition I did 30 questions a day using Saunders book. I thoroughly studied the rationales. I made charts with all of my lab numbers and memorized those and went over medications and side effects.

What did you use to study?

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