I took the NCLEX-PN on Tuesday, and today when I checked my state's website I am now listed as a Licensed Practical Nurse. I am soooo happpy.The great thing is that my state was so quick about posting my license, that I did not have to pay PearsonVue for a quick result.When I signed up to take my test, I had decided I was going to follow Suzanne's plan, but unfortunately I had scheduled my test to early, and did not have the time needed to get her plan. So this is what I did on my own.1. Followed Suzanne's tip #1 which is posted for all to see2. Did 50 Saunders questions per day in study mode, checking the answers/rationales as I went along.3. Studied the Exam Cram LPN book. There I studied the med's, because they are outlined well, and also the lab values on their card at the front of the book.4. I also studied Kaplan's strategies to taking the LPN test.5. Prayed like I had not opened a bookI got 85 questions on the test (minimum for LPN), and I walked out of there certain I had failed it. To find my name as a LPN today on the states website was incredible.