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Pearson trick fraud???

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by Cac5051 Cac5051 (New) New

Has anyone ever used the pearson vue trick received the "good pop up" and failed?

Its been 100% accurate for my classmates thus far. Everyone who passed got the good pop up, one girl who failed was taken directly to the CC screen.

I took my test yesterday and every person that I took the test with received the good pop up passed and their names are on the PA state board of license. I was shut off at 75 questions received the good pop up, still receiving the good pop up and my name is not on the website. I am just a nervous wreck.

It can't be a fraud if it was never valid to start with.

So, yes, people get the "good" popup and fail. Or vice versa. That is why it is a TRICK and not RESULTS.

That said, there could be any number of reasons you haven't seen your name on the website yet. Totally unrelated.

As for the idea that the PVT is "100%" accurate because "everyone in your class" had it correct, is like saying chocolate cake is 100% non-fattening because you know 10 people who ate some recently and didn't gain weight. Not a valid survey ;)

I took my test yesterday and every person that I took the test with received the good pop up passed and their names are on the PA state board of license. I was shut off at 75 questions received the good pop up, still receiving the good pop up and my name is not on the website. I am just a nervous wreck.

Forget the trick, think of it this way: you got the minimum number of questions. Do you believe you did so poorly that the computer 'gave up' on you, it was able to calculate there was no hope of you passing? OR......do you believe (based on studying patterns, mock quiz results, etc) that you were able to demonstrate in 75 questions that you were at or above the passing standard the entire time? In which case, there's no point in giving you more....you'd pass?

Thanks for the survey from what I read those that received the pop up and failed had 265 questions

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Thanks from what I read those that received the pop up had 265 questions

The number of questions doesn't matter....except.....you said you had 75, which is why I offered some (possible) peace of mind :)

I appreciate your input.