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Pearson vue trick and..

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I took nclex pn today and try the trick with a prepaid card that has less than $200 message I got was card declined due to insufficient funds (implying that I was able to pay=fail) anyone try with a prepaid card and got a good popup?

and I went to 205 question, I watched a youtube video from Kaplan and day for those that reached to 205 within time, you will be pass/fail based on question 204 u got correct or not since that where it shows u whete her u above or below the passing rate line... How true is that... I mean after 205 question they will only judge u from one question really?? I mean u could more dots above the line throughout but got 204 wrong and u fail, considering it's from Kaplan I thought it will be likely true... Anyone got any ideas??

Btw tw I was totally dead tired by the time question 204 bit and didn't know I click the next button so fast thought it was question 203 and didn't really care but it was question 204 and guess what happen to be a SATA question :(

duskyjewel

Specializes in hospice.

Has allnurses ever considered banning the topic of PVT? Because this is frankly getting nauseating. Pearson killed the trick and it only seems to be getting worse!

Dusky, AGREED!! But it is entertaining.

I just started working graves so on my nights off I need something to keep me up while I'm getting used to it. Reading this stuff does it!

Sorry guys that what the topic title for, if u not going to offer any advice/ideas then don't click and read and to say my post nauseating... Uncool

well, I did also say it was entertaining!

Please realize, there are so many posts about this on here, it does get nauseating. The truth as we know it is that the PVT is dead and you need to keep checking your BON website to see if a license posts. If you state participates in quick results, you will get an answer in 48 hours if your BON doesn't post it sooner.

I agree with you OP.uncool very.

One poster wants to banned the PVT trick topic d/t it induces nausea?lol.nobody obligated you to read all the PVT related topic.

OP if u realized the great and prominent people here in AL are informative and doesn't kick like that.so cheers and ignore these negativity.i hope u did pass.

duskyjewel

Specializes in hospice.

I agree with you OP.uncool very.

One poster wants to banned the PVT trick topic d/t it induces nausea?lol.nobody obligated you to read all the PVT related topic.

OP if u realized the great and prominent people here in AL are informative and doesn't kick like that.so cheers and ignore these negativity.i hope u did pass.

Well....I feel thoroughly chastised.....

JustBeachyNurse, RN

Specializes in Complex pediatrics turned LTC/subacute geriatrics. Has 11 years experience.

Nobody knows. It could be a test charge sent to a dummy charge. It could mean pass it could mean fail. It's a trick attempting to utilize a glitch in the registration process. Regardless of the result it is no guarantee.

You can wait for the BoN to post results or pay for quick results if your state participates. Those are the only two valid options to determine if you pass or fail

Pass/fail is NOT determined by number of questions, length of time, number of calculation/drag&drop/ prioritization/SATA/medication or any other type of question just like the result isn't influenced by what you are wearing or the color of your hair.

duskyjewel

Specializes in hospice.

I might do a few henna rinses just to be safe.

kalycat, BSN, RN

Specializes in CVICU CCRN. Has 5 years experience.

I might do a few henna rinses just to be safe.

Dusky & Scared:

Can you please provide a link, review PDF or any available (questionable or reliable) information regarding whether there is a statistically significant correlation coefficient re: natural redhead's probability of passing versus the aforementioned henna method? How many rinses are required? What if I have gray? 😜

Sorry... This conversation struck me funny and I couldn't help myself!! Lol :)

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Kaly,

Call PV, they can supply all of that. Give them your name and hair color, and the hair color of the person at the test center that took your phone. They can respond with 90% accuracy.

I think I read that grey is ok it you have less than 27% grey.