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  1. @Soon2B-MGrn, I’m sorry to hear that you did not pass the NCLEX. I know it’s a bummer to have to study all over again. My advice would be to utilize multiple resources: Saunders Guide, ATI questions, UWorld, etc. Don’t just rely on one method - make sure to use at least two. To clarify about the Pearson Vue Trick: apparently, it is mostly accurate if you get 60 questions. However, there is one gray area in which the Trick may not work, and it did not work for me: when you get the entire exam (either 130 questions for me due to COVID exam changes, or 265 questions when the exam goes back to normal in July 2020). I’m not sure why this is the one situation that may or may not work, but from what I’ve read and from what happened to me - this is the only situation in which you can’t always trust the Trick.
  2. Hey everyone, I want to share my story because some of you may be in the same situation. I took the NCLEX with the new COVID rules: 60 questions min, 130 max. After 60 questions, the test kept going. It went all the way to 130 questions. When I got home, I received the email from Pearson, waited an hour, and tried the Pearson Vue Trick. I got the bad pop up message in which the site allowed me to register for another exam. I tried the trick several hours later and got the bad pop up again. I was devastated. Two days later, I got the Quick Results and found out that I had actually passed. Apparently, there is a gray area for the Pearson Vue Trick: if you take the exam and make it all the way to the end, the trick may not be accurate. It wasn’t accurate for me. If you’re in the same situation, keep your head up. All is not lost. Also, my state board did not post my license number before my quick results were available. I understand it’s cheaper, quicker, and more accurate to check your license status on the state board, but this is why I did not do so. Good luck everyone!