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Pearsonvue "Trick". Is this TRUE? Does it Work Every Time?

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brichielpn08 is a BSN, RN and specializes in Assisted Living.

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Some tester have done this I think ... the trick to re-register again to Pearsonvue . If it lets you register and pay again that means you failed and if stop you from paying that means you passed. You are reading page 368 of Pearsonvue "Trick". Is this TRUE? Does it Work Every Time?. If you want to start from the beginning Go to First Page.

Did you get the Good pop up or bad pop up

  1. 1. Did you get the Good pop up or bad pop up

    • Good pop up - Our records indicate that you have recently scheduled this exam
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    • Bad pop up- Goes straight to credit card details
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Took my NCLEX-RN today i just got home answered all 265 questions,10-12 SATA, 5 Drag and drop, around 40+ or more medications, lots of prioritization,infection control, delegation and triage. I decided to try PVT and i got the famous pop-up:

"Our records indicate that you have recently scheduled this exam. Please contact your Member Board for further assistance. Another registration cannot be made at this time."

Im really hoping that this trick will work for me...I'm really nervous! Can't wait for 2-3 weeks for the official result...

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Did anyone else test in CA Sept 2nd (NCLEX-RN) and see their name up on the license verification page yet? I thought that it would be up today given the holiday and the office being closed last Friday.

I really want my result. I did the trick...got the pop-up, but I need to know for sure.

Let me know...I'm stressing!

Thanks :)

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NewAggieGrad09 specializes in Peds.

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Congrats to everyone!

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Mody specializes in Emergency Nursing.

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I tested yesterday and tried the "trick" last night. I got the pop-up which I take as a good sign. I'll update after I get my results tomorrow so we can see if the trick is continuing to work. (hope so!)

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MSCS Stdent -

I tested yesterday too. Did you think you had any easy questions? I think I had quite a few and that is what concerns me.

I took boards today and I thought I had easy questions as well. However, I did the trick and it says the wanted message...contact the board etc etc. So I guess, we knew alot more than we thought!!! Whoohoo I am so thrilled and excited!!!!

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salamandaRN specializes in Pedi, LTC, Community Health.

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Hi all! Just wanted to let you know that I took the NCLEX yesterday at 2:00. It shut me off at about 115 questions and I left feeling like I was going to throw up - I was positive I failed it. I had a TON of med question, lots of infection ctrl, and delegation. I came home and did the PVT and got the infamous pop-up screen. That's the only thing that gave me any hope at all that I may have passed. Today I checked the BON's website and did a search for myself and there I was with my RN license! I was still a little nervous as Pearson still didn't have my results available so I actually called and asked them to verify a license by using a social security number, and they verified that I indeed am now an RN! I couldn't be more surprised or happy if I tried. So my vote is that the PVT works! Good luck to everyone!

~Salamanda, RN :nurse:

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Hey Salamanda, which state did you test in that you got it so quick?

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salamandaRN specializes in Pedi, LTC, Community Health.

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Hi SusanneCollins13. I live in Massachusetts. My license was posted almost exactly 24 hours from when I tested. The Pearson website actually still has my results as "not available at this time", which is really odd considering the fact that my license has already been posted. I'm thinking that the reason it was posted so quickly probably has a lot to do with the fact that there aren't too many people taking the NCLEX right now (as compared to in May/June or Dec/January).

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Silverdragon102 has 30 years experience as a BSN and specializes in Medical and general practice now LTC.

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Doesn't matter if the BON posts it early Pearsonvue will not post until 48 hours or longer

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wow that is so cool. I hope I find out sooner too. It would be great!!! I am happy with 48 hours as well though, since poor Cali waits for weeks!!! I will check tomorrow for sure!!!

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+one has 2 years experience and specializes in Psych, Skilled Nursing.

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wow Susanne thats a really good news for you! CongratulationS! :)

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