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  1. arsmithRN

    265 questions later the waiting begins :/

    I PASSED!!!!! IT'S SUCH AN AMAZING FEELING!!!!!! WHOOO HOOO!!!!!! :) :dancgrp::hpygrp::dancgrp::hpygrp:
  2. arsmithRN

    Pearsonvue "Trick". Is this TRUE? Does it Work Every Time?

    It works!!!! Just found out i'm officially an rn, bsn!!!!!!!!
  3. arsmithRN

    I passed after taking test my 4th time....

    :ancong!: Now you can relax!!!! :)
  4. arsmithRN

    Pearsonvue "Trick". Is this TRUE? Does it Work Every Time?

    Does anyone know if the trick works immediately? or did it work immediately on anyone? I took my test around 1:00 yesterday afternoon. After I enter my school information and what board i'm obtaining a license from a box pops up that says "Our records indicate you have recently scheduled this exam. Please contact your member board for further assistance. Another registration can not be made at this time." Is this the message that I should be hoping to receive?!? Any advice would be helpful, for my stomach is in knots!!!
  5. arsmithRN

    265 questions later the waiting begins :/

    I am a SC BON here but i'm actually moving to Ohio in like a month so I hope I pass and can transfer my license
  6. arsmithRN

    265 questions later the waiting begins :/

    I just want to know!!!! The suspense is killing me!!! Starbucks24 i'm wishing you and I all the luck in the world!!!!
  7. arsmithRN

    265 questions later the waiting begins :/

    Ugh!!! I hated that!!! hehe it sucked!! I thought it was going to cut off and then up popped a med. question!!! Oh, heck i don't even think i got an exhibit question....if i did i didn't see the exhibit button!!
  8. arsmithRN

    265 questions later the waiting begins :/

    How did you do on the exam Mackendrea24?
  9. arsmithRN

    265 questions later the waiting begins :/

    I got a message that wouldn't let me go any further after entering my school information so I dunno, I guess thats good according to the "pearson vue" thread
  10. arsmithRN

    265 questions later the waiting begins :/

    Thanks! I just tried the Pearson vue trick and it won't let me register....so I guess thats good!! But I guess it still could be too early to tell!
  11. I took my test today and had all 265 questions!!! AHHH :) I don't know exactly if I should be happy or not, but I was definitely happy that I got to redeem myself from my first exam that stopped at 75 questions! So I was definitely pumped that the computer kept giving me a chance this time to prove myself. It took me 5 hours and 25 mintues to the exam that consisted of alot of prioritization, 3 or 4 drag and drop, 3 or 4 med calculations, and probably 15 SATA! I don't know exactly where I stand but I'm definitely feeling more confident than I did the first time so I guess we'll find out here in a couple days whether I passed or not!! Wish me luck! :)*wine
  12. arsmithRN

    Taking NCLEX-RN for 2nd time in 1 week!!!!

    thank you!! i just hope that the questions i'm practicing aren't too easy. Sometimes the Saunders questions seem a bit easier to me than nclex questions. Also I've been getting scores in b/t 75-80% in the prioritization book and a nursing professor said anything over 72% is suffice, so i'm hoping she's right!!! But I'm continuing and pressing on to get 100%!
  13. arsmithRN

    Taking NCLEX-RN for 2nd time in 1 week!!!!

    Thank you very much!!! I want this more than anything and I will stop at NOTHING to get it!!!!
  14. arsmithRN

    test is on monday!

    Korleone, Hi there!!! I too am retesting on Monday (the 18th) for my 2nd time, so i feel ya on so many levels!! I was so devistated after I failed the first time. But it always seemed that all the way through nursing school I was always right on the line of passing/failing and always had to work my butt off...guess this is the same battle. There are two ways you can look at failure. One being i failed and I give up, and another being I failed so next time I'm trying harder. We are going to be great nurses whenever our time comes, there is a time and a place for everything, and for some reason the world isn't ready for us yet....but on Monday, May 18th....the world better look out b/c we are coming back with a vengience and conquering NCLEX!!! Remember you are not alone, and we WILL make it thru NCLEX!!! Good luck to you!!!
  15. So, I'm taking NCLEX exactly one week from today for the 2nd time and I definitely think I feel more prepared then I did the first time.....however feeling prepared and actually being prepared are completely different matters!! The first time I took Kaplan and went to all the classes and did all the question trainers and got a passing score on the readiness test and thought I was prepared enough. Well I took NCLEX and failed at 75 questions. All you hear everyone say is "Do questions and understand the rationales." This may be true and work for some people, but honestly, it didn't work for me. So I decided to pick myself up and develop my own study plan. I bought Saunders 4th edition and Linda Charity's Prioritization, Delegation, and Assigment...feeling quite confident in my study materials I jumped back on the NCLEX wagon and started studying. First of all I went through all 76 chapters in Saunders and took the quizzes first, so I figured out pretty fast where my weaknesses were. Then I used the Saunders CD and took the Assessment Test (this part is really cool) it formulated a 6 week plan compromised of all 76 chapters. So 7 weeks ago I started reading; I felt my biggest downfall in preparing for NCLEX the first time was not being as familiar as I should with the background information. This time that is not stopping me!! Well now is my final week of preparation I'm doing strictly questions and going through my prioritization book cover to cover. I'm not doing anything the same as I did with the first exam, hehe I'm kinda superstitious that way!!! The only thing that worries me is that I'm getting at least 75-80% on my Saunders quizzes and tests and I kinda feel that the questions are easier than NCLEX so I hope I'm still prepared enough.....hopefully this time next week I will walk out of taking my test with my head held high and have some good news for ya'll!! I have faith in myself that I will conquer NCLEX :) :spin:
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