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  1. I'm driving about 25 miles one way to work right now, how ever that is probably the most I would go, that's probably because of the traffic... I don't mind driving even up to 100 miles one way as long as the pay is right and I like the job, that only problem with my 25 miles drive is mostly traffic... I have to use some of the most congested freeway in US "CA91", and I really really hate being stuck in the middle of the road waiting for the other car to go...
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    Pearsonvue "Trick". Is this TRUE? Does it Work Every Time??

    Congratulations!!! Wow, that's about half a minute per question on average... :typing
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    Pearsonvue "Trick". Is this TRUE? Does it Work Every Time??

    1)call pearsonvue 866-496-2539 to get your username and password. be ready to give your personal information including social security number and the e-mail address that your school used on your att. if you did all your scheduling then there's no need unless you forgot your username and password. 2)go to this website http://www.vue.com/nclex/capva/ 3)click my account 4)type username then password to log in 5)click “register” 6)on exam code select nclex pn or nclex rn, language should be preselected english and then click next then answer (examples) have you ever taken an nclex exam before? = yes have you ever taken an nclex exam to qualify for the same license? = yes have you ever taken an nclex exam to qualify for a different license? = no 7)select the nursing program from which you graduated country = country where the school is situated/ state=state where the school is situated/ city =city where the school is situated then click search 8)choose your school, then fill up the month and the year of graduation (april, 2009 for example) 9)then select the board of nursing from which you are seeking licensure = (california board of nursing and psychiatric technicians for example) 10)then click next, if you go to the credit card page, there’s a probability that you have failed. if you get a pop up saying “our records indicate that you have recently scheduled this exam. please contact your member board for further assistance. another registration cannot be made at this time.” it’s a good sign, and there’s a probability that you may have[color=#00b050]passed. good luck!
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    Pearsonvue "Trick". Is this TRUE? Does it Work Every Time??

    First Congratulations... Second... Well said...
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    Pearsonvue "Trick". Is this TRUE? Does it Work Every Time??

    Congratulations! You are now a
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    Pearsonvue "Trick". Is this TRUE? Does it Work Every Time??

    Actually you need to wait till it's "Successfully Delivered" for it to work... "Ready for Delivery" means that your result is still sitting in the testing center server. For the main server to know you passed, your result has to be transmitted via net... hence "Successfully Delivered"... At least that's the idea. You weren't allowed to go to CC page when you first tried it coz the main server think you're still taking your test, or simply does not know as whether you passed or not... hence not allowing you to go to CC page.
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    Failed! Now what!?

    Bottom line... Never give up and never stop trying...
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    Failed! Now what!?

    I'm sorry to hear that the trick gave you the bad news.. It must be really hard at this moment, I don't know what to say... About what material or method, I would start with something I am comfortable with. In my humble opinion, they are all good, it just depends on us which one works better for us... I guess it's about how we feel comfortable with the material. I have all kinds of books and computer CD to study, but I only focused on one of them. I picked the one that I could understand easier and comprehend faster. It's always easy said than done... I can't really suggest a method as everyone is different, however, working system by system worked for me... I also answered all of the exam cram pharmacology questions and scrutinized every single one of them...
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    Pearsonvue "Trick". Is this TRUE? Does it Work Every Time??

    I tried mine less than an hour after I took my exam, it worked right away... as long as it says "Delivery Successful" I was shaking when I was trying the trick lol...
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    Pearsonvue "Trick". Is this TRUE? Does it Work Every Time??

    :yeah:Congratulations!!! :yeah: "Me" hehehe lpn2be2009 frankyfern22 HopeandPray fhb_sandiego JLMIL72 BSNBadAzz
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    Pearsonvue "Trick". Is this TRUE? Does it Work Every Time??

    here's more update as of yesterday, this is the latest stats so far... "me" 85 questions, nclex-pn, taken on the 22nd of july, tried the trick and got the pop up. got the result 16 days later "7th of august" and passed... yeah!!! 205 questions, nclex-pn, taken on the 6th of july, tried the trick and got the pop up. got the result two weeks later and passed 205 questions, nclex-pn, taken on the 9th of july, tried the trick and went to cc page. got the result on the 3rd of august and failed 101 questions, nclex-pn, taken on the 13th of july, tried the trick and got the pop up. got the result on the 1st of august and passed 90 questions, nclex-pn, taken on the 13th of july, tried the trick and got the pop up. got the result on the 1st of august and passed 85 questions, nclex-pn, taken on the 15th of july, tried the trick and got the pop up. got the result on the 3rd of august and passed 100 something questions, nclex-pn, taken on the 21st of july, tried the trick and got the pop up. got the result on the 7th of august and passed 160 something questions, nclex-pn, taken on the 21st of july, tried the trick and got the pop up. got the result on the 7th of august and passed 85 questions, nclex-pn, taken on the 13th of july, tried the trick and got the pop up. got the result on the 1st of august and passed there's more, but so far... these are the people that i could verify for sure... i hope this helps to lessen some anxiety... it's still at whooping 100 percentile on our end... ca state pn takers... good luck to all!!!
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    Pearsonvue "Trick". Is this TRUE? Does it Work Every Time??

    omg!!! i passed my board!!! after a gruesome 16 days wait i finally got the official word "has passed"... although i look like crap on my document due to sleep deprivation and stress right before i took it, it's one of the best picture ever taken in my life!!! :yeah: this passing probability check or "pv trick" works!!! wohooooo!!!! time to celebrate!!!
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    Pearsonvue "Trick". Is this TRUE? Does it Work Every Time??

    if it is this the pop up you're getting after filling out all the info to try the passing probability "pv trick", then to be honest with you i have no clue... i have some speculations however... i know someone ahead of my batch who got caught dui before taking the board, his result was withheld and was instructed to clear his name before the board would even release the result... i don't know if it'll give a pop up that says something like that... or is when you look at your "current activity" page, under "recent appointment history" below where it says "status" - results are on hold -, then it could just simply mean that the testing center had a little bit of a delay transmitting the data from it's server to it's main server. in that case, you could just simply try it as soon as it says "delivery successful". sorry not much info on this... i hope this helps..
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    Pearsonvue "Trick". Is this TRUE? Does it Work Every Time??

    The CC page stands for most likely failed nclex result... If you got the pop up, you probably passed the nclex but we can't blame you to be a bit skeptical, i mean who knows right? Nothing is 100% certain in life, but so far, the statistic is looking really good. It's at whooping 100% on everyone I know here in CA, this is for both PN and RN. Congrats on the pop up and Good Luck...
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