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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 39 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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congratulation ! jstarlite....:hpygrp:

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hi there! i tried this one and i never got to the payment page!

i hope it really works and i hope it works for me...

but then, i log in to my pearson vue account and it says that I have to pay for my Quick results, but since i don't wanna pay for my result, i tried it again (the pearsonvue trick)... does it make sense???

if i failed they should have let me get into the payment account! but they did'nt..

am i right there????

:cry::cry::cry::cry:

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i am probably one of the most impatient people in this world when it comes to things like this. my nclex-pn was today, at 0800 and i was done by 0945. (85 questions) i tried the pearsonvue trick at 1220 and got the whole "candidate currently has an open registration..." i just tried it again, (impatient me) and now it states "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."

[color=#483d8b]i hope this is a good sign!!!!!!!! :bowingpur

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:anbd:[color=#483d8b] waiting, waiting and waiting....

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[color=#483d8b]**took the test in florida

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hay i took my nclex ohhhhhhhhh i went till 265.........did anybody pass with that no.......?i just went to the pearson trick i tried to register they told that you alredy have a registration..........how can i do that? is that tha way i do the trik..........so hot ....please respond...............

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Hi,

This kinda worried me now. Some tester have done this i think..the trick to reregister 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. Well i havent gotten my result yet and i tried the trick and it lets me pay and went all the way to almost to confirm my order but i didnt...Is this mean that i FAILED the NCLEX-PN?? Can someone help me PLEASE..I AM SCARED and i cant sleep now...I have another week or two wait for my result ..i stopped at 85..is this means i FAILED the exam..PLEase HELP??

Thanks:crying2::banghead:

I took the nclex this morning. Feel like I failed. Had mostly pharm ?'s. Meds I have never seen before:uhoh3:. I felt really bad leaving. Questions stopped at 85:bugeyes:. I tried the pearson vue trick and it wouldn't let me register. I'm scared. Don't want to feel happy about the trick and then let down by failing:cry:.

Either way, we are both waiting and must think positively. It's not official until its official!

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I took my nclex pn this morning 8am. Computer stopped at 85. I felt awful. Not sure I passed. Pretty sure I failed until I heard about the pearson vue trick. I registered and it wouldn't let me pay. I hope this is a sign of success. Did anyone have false hope. Like did the trick make you think you passed nclex but actually failed.

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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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hay i took my nclex ohhhhhhhhh i went till 265.........did anybody pass with that no.......?i just went to the pearson trick i tried to register they told that you alredy have a registration..........how can i do that? is that tha way i do the trik..........so hot ....please respond...............

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You have to register as if you are scheduling the test because you failed the test. If it takes you to the credit card payment you failed. If it directs you to your state board of nursing you've passed. This is not official. I don't know if its true but if you read along you'll find people are swearing by it. If it works for them, I hope it works for me because I was directed to my BON.

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according to her post, she took her board on the 17th of march, then she tried the "pearsonvue trick" after a month of waiting on the 16th of april. It didn't let her go to the cc page since she got the famous message "our records indicate that you have recently scheduled an exam...". However, after receiving her passed result, she claims that pearsonvue did allow her to the cc page. I just wonder what cc page she meant. :uhoh3:

sorry i took a long time to respond... But yes i followed all of the instructions on how to do everything! (my account, username, etc...) the first time i checked it... On april 16th, it blocked me from the credit card page... It said "our records indicate that you have recently scheduled an exam...." a few hours an days after doing the pearson vue trick... Whenever i would check, sometimes it would make me go to the credit card page and sometimes block me from the payment method, where it would show "our records indicate that you have recently scheduled an exam..." that's what i meant by "it would let me go to the payment method and i passed."

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And i took nclex-pn by the ways for those of you who asked.

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so her post about getting to the cc page after receiving her passing results was totally irrelevant from the trick...lol..why would anyone try to register again after passing? Doesn't make sense.

ohh yeah and no! I didn't try to register after receiving my results, i tried registering while waiting 1 week for my result in the mail.

And i'm sorry if i was unclear with my post on april 16th because that was the first time i did the trick then a few days after doing that without getting my results from the mail yet, it would either take me to the credit card page/payment method or block me from it "our records indicate that you have recently scheduled an exam..."

so sorry if people are losing hope and stuff, just sharing my experience with this trick because i, too, was in the same position while waiting for my exam results.

And honestly, it was so much harder for me i think, unlike most people on here the pearson trick never changed on them whether it blocked them or not from registering....

But with me it was harder, because sometimes it blocks me from registering (so sometimes it gave me hope that i passed) and sometimes it lets me go to the credit card page (then brings down my hope of passing).

I hope no one else has to go through this.

But i really thank god that i passed.

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i wish they had something like this for the HESI ! :eek:

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