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    I passed on 6th attempt

    OH MY GOSH, CONGRATULATIONS!!!!! I am so happy for you Good for you for not giving up. You can be an inspiration to many
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    4th nclex attempt

    I'm sorry you're in this situation Although doing a remediation course is not ideal, I think it will be extremely helpful to you. If you fail a 4th time, there is either a large amount of knowledge you are missing (you have to have a really in-depth knowledge), or you're not studying the right way. Your educators might be able to figure out an ideal study plan for you. I think it would be helpful to get a personal tutor if this is the case. Also, do you have a psychological disorder that might be hindering you? For example, if you have crippling anxiety regarding the NCLEX, you might have to treat that first. You can have all the knowledge in the world, but you can fail the NCLEX again if you are just too anxious to focus. If it makes you feel better, I thought I completely bombed the NCLEX as well when I took it. I think most people feel that way, regardless of whether they passed or not. Don't give up! I know you can do anything you set your mind to!!
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    How do I pick myself up after failing NCLEX?

    You are definitely smart and qualified enough to pass The nerves might have gotten to you, which, who can blame you? I think it's important to address your fear/anxiety regarding the NCLEX first. You can be as knowledgable as you want, but if you have a full-on panic attack during the test your results might not reflect your competence. Trying as many questions as you can will help you become more familiar and comfortable with the NCLEX format. I advise studying from UWorld--it has a lot of challenging questions, which will help you prepare. I do not advise using Kaplan. I opened that up once, and the questions just were not as rigorous and the explanations were not helpful at all. Wishing you the best. I know you can do this!!!!
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    ATI Predictor

    My school used ATI as well, though I don't think I ever completed these modules you're talking about. In nursing school, they had us take the ATI NCLEX predictor exam twice. My first time, I got a 93% of passing, and my second I got a 96% of passing. I passed the actual NCLEX last week in 75 questions!
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    UWorld Self Assesment, is UWorld enough?

    :) thank you for that sweet post, but I didn't comment that! "napswithcats" did! when you quote someone's comment, it shows their response as well as the one you want to type
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    265 questions is almost guaranteed if your a male.

    men get paid more in nursing...that's the real inequality here
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    UWorld Self Assesment, is UWorld enough?

    First, I really do not think that's true!! You are more than qualified to be a nurse. Second, I'm really surprised you felt that way! Mine (content wise) was no where similar to what UWorld gave me...guess you got lucky!!
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    Cleveland Clinic Nurse Residency

    hey guys! I was wondering if anyone has gone through the Cleveland Clinic nurse residency program. I have accepted a position there and am due to start this summer. Are there any facebook groups or any resources to help me connect with individuals starting out there as well? Also, if you happen to work at the CC, how do you like working there? This might be a long shot of a question d/t how specific it is, but I thought I'd at least ask!
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    My RN license was posted around the same time they made my temporary one "null and void." What was the expiration date of your temp? If they voided it before it even expired there's a good chance you passed
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    How long did it take ?

    I applied to nursing school my senior year of high school. I entered a BSN program in 2015 and just graduated this past May. Took me 4 years! My biggest motivation probably came from my patients in clinical/my internship. The people you meet and stories you become a part of are life-changing and really affected my view on the world. I changed a lot in nursing school, but I don't regret it! I came to realize how much just your presence can make on others. It's really an honor to be a part of someone's darkest/private times in their lives. You really can make a difference
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    My temporary license voided as well BC I PASSED!!! It voids it if the state is going to give you an RN license. You don't need the temp one anymore in their view so they just void it. My name comes up twice in my state registry. One entry says "RN license-active" and the other says "nurse graduate permit-null and void" That's a good sign in my opinion. LMK if they ever update it!
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    Just got my NCLEX results! Pearson Vue Trick wrong?

    Yup, that's what I posted about! I kept reading this online, when in reality I did not fail when I got the bad pop up. Maybe I'm in that small percentage? I also tried the trick 5 hours after I had finished the exam so maybe that made it less accurate!
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    Just got my NCLEX results! Pearson Vue Trick wrong?

    Thank you! Here's a link explaining the PVT trick: https://forum.nursejanx.com/t/pearson-vue-trick-2019-nclex-does-the-pvt-still-work/214 It wasn't correct for me, so be wary of the results if you choose to do it!
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    Passed NCLEX first try, 75 questions. PVT worked June 2019

    I'm from PA too!!! I passed in 75 q's as well. Just wondering how long you waited to do the PVT. I tried it about 5 hrs after I had finished the exam, and got the "bad pop up" even though I later found out I PASSED!! Maybe I did it wrong??
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    Just got my NCLEX results! Pearson Vue Trick wrong?

    I got 75 questions!