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Pearson Vue Trick- NOT RELIABLE GOT CC POP UP & PASSED!

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by Claudia07 Claudia07 (New) New

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After taking my exam on Sept 9, 2014 for the SECOND TIME i immediately checked with the pearson vue trick...

It took me to the CC page :down: so i picked up my book and started to study again. I had this dreadful feeling that i failed... I tried the pearson vue trick everyday after, and still same old CC pop up and wanting me to register again.

Today it's Sept 29 2014 and I got my letter in the mail.

I PASSED B**** LOL... I was sure i had failed, because the pearson vue trick said so.

I had taken the NCLEX PN previously on April the 15th of 2014. The CC Page popped up and i got the results 20 days later saying i failed...

So i guess you just never know, until you get the letter, My friend got the good pop up in FEB and Passed... so who knows...

GOOD LUCK, JUST SHARING MY EXPERIENCE

LVN BAY AREA CALIFORNIA!!

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They've changed the trick since 8/23/14 ... There's alot of threads about it lol ... Congrats!

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Right. You have to actually enter the CC info and click submit now, then you'll get a message that reads "Our records indicate that you have recently scheduled this exam. Another registration cannot be made at this time." BUT CONGRATS NURSE!!!!!!

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I heard now u must use a calod credit card

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akulahawkRN has 5 years experience as a ADN, RN, EMT-P and specializes in Emergency Department.

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Yes, tons of threads about this. They changed the process by which the PVT is done and it potentially puts your hard-earned $200 at risk every time you attempt it. If you get a bad result, you just paid them $200 to find that out, and if you later pass, then you just effectively paid them an extra $200 for your impatience.

Oh, and that $200 isn't refundable.

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