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    Just passed at 130 (max due to covid) Pearson Vue Trick didn’t work.

    I agree with Mjohnson27 above! Don't give up now! There are people out there in your shoes who have failed the NCLEX many times and passed in the end. My advice to you is find out what you need to improve on according to your CPR and what needs to change like figure out what material you're going to use to practice and what didn't work for you. The whole 3 months I've been studying using the Saunders NCLEX book online that was provided to us from my school that gives different content topics to focus on with questions in multiple choice or SATs. I always make sure to read the rationales it gives me even if I get them correct and whenever I don't understand something, I search it up online and take note of it. What I'm doing may not work for you, so it's better to ask around. Good luck and again, don't give up! The hardest thing you've finished was nursing school itself.
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    Question!

    But according to what you’re saying, I’ll just go with passing the NCLEX before applying to the bridge program.
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    Question!

    Ah, I’m not sure if it also applies to other states, but here in Texas, we get a grad permit indicating that we can already start working once we have received the permit license to do so from the BON. I don’t remember how many months it’ll remain active but during the time we have left, we have to pass our NCLEX and get a permanent license or else our permit gets expired. That’s what I mean by permit, so it’s still technically an LVN license just not a permanent one if that makes sense? Because once we pass, the permit license carries over to the permanent one. That’s why I was confused since the application I’m applying to didn’t specify what kind of license to apply as.
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    Question!

    Hello! I don't know what topic to put this under so I might as well put it here. If it's not in the right place, then I apologize in advance. Anyway, my question is if anyone knows whether you have to pass the NCLEX PN to get into the LVN-RN track? I'm in the track, but I already graduated from the LVN program and passed the NCLEX this year, so I'm advancing to the RN track for Spring of 2021 next year. I just wasn't sure if passing the NCLEX was one of the requirements because I looked over the application and it doesn't seem to say besides having an active license... I've been telling my friends to pass it to get into the RN and now I'm scared if I've spread false info, so does anyone know?
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    Just passed at 130 (max due to covid) Pearson Vue Trick didn’t work.

    Thank you! and if you don't mind me asking, what does your status say? Will it say delinquent or active? Because I've seen others from my cohort that says "delinquent" under their status even though they barely got their permit a month earlier.
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    Just passed at 130 (max due to covid) Pearson Vue Trick didn’t work.

    I found out that I passed! 😭 ngl it was a hard exam for me, but I tried staying calm throughout and prayed to god that I was going to make it. Also, I didn't know the temp license doesn't get revoked, I thought it did? You can still use it even though you failed the NCLEX?
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    Just passed at 130 (max due to covid) Pearson Vue Trick didn’t work.

    How do you know if it lets you register? What does the “bad popup” say? It’s been almost half a day since I took my NCLEX so I’m freaking out because the max isn’t 130 anymore and I did like 140+ questions (with 30 case studies) and I didn’t feel like using the pearson vue trick because I didn’t want to face reality 🥺 I panicked throughout the exam and I almost hyperventilated... my temp license is still on though...
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    Pearson Vue Trick

    Hello! I want to know how you know if you actually failed it using the Pearson vue trick? What would it say if you put the wrong credit card info? I took the NCLEX today and I hit over 100+ questions so panic took over and I wanted to hyperventilate. Despite that, I took my time and calmed myself while focusing on the questions. I’ve been studying for this but for some reason, once I took the exam, it felt too much. I don’t want to take it again because I really want to pass, but I don’t know 😢
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    Does the Pearson Vue trick work?

    Hello! I’m wondering how do you know if you failed using the pearsonvue trick? I took my exam today and I panicked when I hit more than a 100 questions and I tried so hard throughout the whole exam (I felt like hyperventilating) so I feel like I failed it 😭 What does it say it you did the pearson trick and you failed? I still really really want to pass. 😢 I got my confirmation like about an hour later after finishing the test.