Yes, do hang in there. I spoke with a representative at the BRN in California last week, and she happened to mention that this is one of the *peak* seasons for taking the NCLEX, which may account for the delay.
BTW I just took my NCLEX today for the first time. I received 75 questions but left feeling like I absolutely failed it (does anyone ever leave feeling like they've passed?). I need to wait 4-5 weeks to see *if* a FAILURE notice arrives in the mail. If I don't receive one, then that will mean I passed. Sort of convoluted, huh? If I have passed, BRN will not give me formal notice of same until after they receive my final transcript when I have graduated from my nursing program this May. So I feel for you having to wait, I really do.
On the bright side, I now know where my greatest nursing weakness is and will be working on it. Most of my questions had to do with priority of care...which patient would you see first, which problem needs to be addressed first, etc. It was like splitting hairs to figure some of those out. Of course, I could always get it down to two, but from there at times I truly was clueless.