Happy NCLEX thoughts for txspadequeen921!! - page 3

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  1. by   txspadequeenRN
    i tested at 10:30am . im sure i have failed i mean why would they remove my gn status expect for failure...ive been reading over on the nclex discussion board ...that thread about the pearson vue trick you know if you can re-register after your test then that is a sure sign you failed but if it stops you then you passed...i thought huh maybe so i tried that ..oh yeah it lets me re-register and it will allow me to pay again..nothing is in my favor here....
  2. by   SuesquatchRN
    Calm. Down. If TX has quick results you will know tomorrow. We might ebe waving pom poms, we might be giving you cyber hugs. But calm. down.

  3. by   Pixie.RN
    Texas does participate in quick results.
  4. by   txspadequeenRN
    i know i am acting crazy... my credit card is maxed out so i wont be able to do the quick results. i don't think i can do it over the phone either because i don't have a regular land line....uggggggggg

    Quote from suesquatchrn
    calm. down. if tx has quick results you will know tomorrow. we might ebe waving pom poms, we might be giving you cyber hugs. but calm. down.

  5. by   Lorie P.
    heartbeat:heartbeathoping by tomorrow am you will see rn instead of gn. take a long warm/hot bubble bath, listen to calming music and relax! as hard as that my be.
  6. by   loricatus
    Quote from txspadequeen921
    i know i am acting crazy... my credit card is maxed out so i wont be able to do the quick results. i don't think i can do it over the phone either because i don't have a regular land line....uggggggggg
    can you use a debit card? just enter the number and say it is a credit card. that's what i did to get my quick results. unofficial quick results are ready exactly 48 (busness day) hours (2 business days) after the scheduled start time of the test.

    went through the same thing you did ------- stop worrying. it is only the ones that are sure they passed that fail it.
    i really think that the way they do the results is meant to torture us.

    i am confident that you passed that thing.

    fyi:via the web ($7.95) - go to www.pearsonvue.com/nclex, sign in with your user name and password. after logging in, you will see your current activity. under recent appointments, find the row with your current test, go to "status" and double click on "quick results" link. if your results are available, a credit card payment page will display. fill in the payment information, click on the continue button, and a confirmation page will display. click only once on the confirm order button, and your exam results will appear. in order to receive your results, you must provide a credit card number to which the $7.95 charge can be billed. (please note: your credit card will only be charged if your results are available.)

    via the phone ($9.95) - call the nclex quick results line at 1.900.776.2539 (1.900.77.nclex). please note that this is a 900 number and not an 800 number. this service will be available 24 hours a day. the $9.95 fee will appear on your local telephone bill under "nclex test."

    (please be aware: when you use the nclex quick results line, you will not be charged if your results are not yet available. however, once your results are available, if you call more than once, you will be charged for each call.)
  7. by   ivanh3
    Quote from txspadequeen921
    i tested at 10:30am . im sure i have failed i mean why would they remove my gn status expect for failure...ive been reading over on the nclex discussion board ...that thread about the pearson vue trick you know if you can re-register after your test then that is a sure sign you failed but if it stops you then you passed...i thought huh maybe so i tried that ..oh yeah it lets me re-register and it will allow me to pay again..nothing is in my favor here....
    everything is in your favor: your husband, your children, your friends, your faith, your courage. you kicked the cpnes ass. do you hear me? kicked its ass. this is no big deal. pull yourself up, stand up straight, and go on about your business. you have survived worse. fail, pass, whatever. take it again if need be. this stuff is hard, and that is what makes being a nurse special. you are special. your family knows it. we know it. time for you to know it.
    ivan
    Last edit by ivanh3 on Apr 16, '09
  8. by   Raggedy Ann
    Many, Many hugs being sent your way. Ivan said it all to a tee. Take care! Traci
  9. by   Baloney Amputation
    http://www.bon.state.tx.us/practice/grads.html

    In the middle of the page in caps, it says, "Neither system (PearsonVue or the BON) will inform the caller about failure to pass the examination; therefore, absence of the GVN or GN on the applicable registry means only that a license has not been issued as of the date of inquiry. IT DOES NOT NECESSARILY MEAN THAT THE GVN or GN HAS FAILED THE LICENSURE EXAM."

    I don't know if the absence of the GVN or GN part means absence of the person who is a GVN or GN or if it means absence of the title GVN or GN (like you). Anyway, I have much hope for you tomorrow.
  10. by   txspadequeenRN
    thank you..i could not find any info about this anywhere..you have eased my fears at least a little...

    Quote from applescruffette
    http://www.bon.state.tx.us/practice/grads.html

    in the middle of the page in caps, it says, "neither system (pearsonvue or the bon) will inform the caller about failure to pass the examination; therefore, absence of the gvn or gn on the applicable registry means only that a license has not been issued as of the date of inquiry. it does not necessarily mean that the gvn or gn has failed the licensure exam."

    i don't know if the absence of the gvn or gn part means absence of the person who is a gvn or gn or if it means absence of the title gvn or gn (like you). anyway, i have much hope for you tomorrow.
  11. by   FocusRN
    Ditto what Ivan said. Do you remember what it took to come this far? Don't fall apart now. I hope that you passed but even if you didn't, you have to remember you have conquered EC and you can and will conquer NClex, plain and simple.
  12. by   swifty1031
    Pearson will not post results until exactly 48 hours after you test. TX BON will post their update the next day after that usually by 9 am. Just remember 1 test is not a true measure of the awesome nurse you are!! Don't count yourself out just yet though, the results are not in yet
  13. by   Baloney Amputation
    Quote from txspadequeen921
    thank you..i could not find any info about this anywhere..you have eased my fears at least a little...
    i'm glad to help.

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