Published Feb 6, 2016
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took my RN board exam yesterday Saturday 30, 2016 @ 8am . I had 180 questions , After the computer turn blue on me I was relaxed and said to myself I Passed . A few minutes I called my mom I was crying and told her that I FAILED . I went to the gas station bought a visa card and do the pearson vue trick here what it says
"Our records indicate that you have recently scheduled this exam. Another registration cannot be made at this time."
I heard people were saying that mean you passed I hope so . I just did it again after 24 hrs , It doest let me register again I am still having the same message
" Our records indicate that you have recently scheduled this exam. Another registration cannot be made at this time."
Can someone please answer me
I am in CA and I just took my NCLEX yesterday. It stopped on the 75th question. I was so nervous the whole time, that I could not remember the questions at all.
I am not very confident like the other examiners I talked to at the parking lot. I am of course hopeful.
So now I am anxious and in the brink of losing my mind. I did get a "good pop" with that PVT Trick. I re-register 4 hours, 12 hours, and 36 hours later after taking the test. I did not get charged at all with my 3 tries...so no worries about that part.
I will post an update once I get my final result. Its good to share experiences..good or bad.
Hey guys! I took my nclex today. I did the pearson vue trick, and it took my money. Has this ever happened to anyone and you passed? I had all 265 questions, and I know this is considered the "bad popup."
that happens to one of my friend , but I usually hear say thats mean "failed" but be positive . There are 2 corrections one from the computor and one from ppl they will take 15questions out , for RN , I dont know for LPN.
I took my nclex last Tuesday in CA, did the PVT 2 hours later and got the good pop-up. 3 days later, I'm officially an RN. So it worked for me.
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