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    Pearsonvue Trick - Does it Work Every Time? Part 3

    Based on my research, these are some of the reasons why you can get a 'hold' message. But don't you worry, if you know you didn't do anything wrong, you'll be fine. On my experience, my attention was called when I forgot to take off 1 earring by one of the proctors before I got in the testing site. But I take it off w/o any questions. It really made me nervous, but I'm happy that they didn't take that as anything against me. I've also read that one has a hold message because he/she used his/her cellphone during break. And eventually failed and his/her attention was called by the BON.
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    Pearsonvue Trick - Does it Work Every Time? Part 3

    I also had the same situation when I took the exam, and it has been on that 'hold' status for days! and it really made me crazy coz it don't mean anything - pass or fail. But I continued trying the PVT, and it gave me the good pop-up 4-5 days after I took the exam. After a week from my exam, I had seen my name posted on BRN!! Keep on praying and trying the PVT or if you can't help it, just wait for the unofficial results 48 business hours after you took your exam (of course if your state participates in the quick results service of PV). Good luck on your results.
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    Pearsonvue Trick - Does it Work Every Time? Part 3

    Just saw my name posted on VT's BRN today, a week after my exams and with a good pop-up. :) truly PVT works! To God be all the glory!Congrats to everyone who passed and God bless to future nclex takers! :)
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    Pearsonvue Trick - Does it Work Every Time? Part 3

    Read on for more info: https://allnurses.com/nclex-discussion-forum/pearsonvue-trick-does-621075.html I also got the 'hold' message for 5 days or so, and then eventually the "good pop-up". Good luck on your official results. :)
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    Passed NCLEX 75 Questions - Study Tips / Schedule

    Congrats RN!
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    What's your story? Why did you take up nursing?

    I really wanted to be a Journalist or a Teacher just like my mom. But then, I was forced to take up board courses (by the time I'm going to college, there was still no licensure exams for teachers here in the Philippines), either Accountancy or Nursing. I took Accountancy for 3years, but because of the current demand for nurses before, I was asked by my dad and aunt to shift to Nursing. Undergone 4 years BSN, took and passed the Philippine Nursing Board 2 months after graduation. Bow.
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    Pinoy nclex takers

    Hello fellow Filipino Nurses! :) I just took mine yesterday dec 17 2010. Only have 75 q's but I think I'm not going to pass since I have a bad pop up. :| Still hoping for a positive results though from BON. It's really hard to review and take the exam while you're working. Ugh! Anyway, goodluck to everyone who's taking it sometime soon. God bless us all!
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    Nclex-RN today...and in agony!

    What do your mean by PVT lets you re-register and yet you pass? Please elaborate. Thanks :)
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    NCLEX Takers Support Thread

    Hi everyone! I'll be taking my NCLEX-RN exam come December 17, exactly one month from now. I am working while reviewing for this exam. May the good Lord shower not only me, but everyone's who's taking it to have wisdom and confidence to answer each and every question. I'll humbly ask this through the intercession of Your Son, Jesus Christ. Amen.
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    Filipino nurses who already took NCLEX, please help me.

    Hi Mhay2x! I'm a Filipino nurse too. It's really hard to know where to start in taking NCLEX-RN Exam. Anyway, you may find this simple guide to help you get through: 1. Look for possible Board of Nursing states where you would like to be licensed. You may consider the requirements you need to submit for you to be elligible to take the exam and the location (meaning if you do have any relatives in that certain state or job offer/opportunity in that state). You make go to this site for you to see the lists of requirements each U.S. state is requiring us (foreign-trained nurse) to submit to them NCSBN 2. Once you have finally decided to where you would like to be licensed, complete the requirement/s as well as the necessary fee/s and send them to the Board of Nursing of your choice. Please take note that requirements and fees vary for each U.S. State. 3. Once you have submitted your elligibility, you may wait for a response from your Board of Nursing. Whether you are elligible or not, if not, the Board of Nursing may ask additional requirement/s from you, complete them and submit them accordingly. The response of the Board of Nursing also varies from each U.S State. 4. While waiting for this, you may want to start your review. You may want to enroll on a NCLEX-RN review center like Allgen(Allgen) or Rachel Allen(Rachell Allen Reviewers USA NCLEX IELTS Review Center, Nursing Review Center, Nursing Review Center Manila, Nursing Review Philippines, Best Nursing Review Center), among others. You may also try these reviewer books: Saunders, Mosby, Lippincott, Kaplan, Davis 2010, LaCharity Prioritization, Delegation and Assignment, among others. 5. Once you have your elligibility, you are required to secure an ATT (Authorization To Test) and pay $200.00 You may secure one once the Board of Nursing of your choice emailed you the necessary information for applying for your ATT. Take note that ATT is only valid three months. So, you wouldn't want to secure one unless you are already decided to take the exam within the three (3) month period. NOTE: Elligibility also has its own expiry date, usually one (1) year from the date you are made elligible. 6. Once you have your ATT, you may want to schedule your exam. If you would like to take it here in Makati, Philippines, you need to pay another $150.00 as a testing center fee. You will be the one to schedule your exam, depending on the availability of dates. Pls also consider the 3 month period of your ATT. 7. Continue reviewing and answering NCLEX-RN practice questions until the scheduled day of your exam. And don't you forget to pray also. Ü ** You may also want the service of http://nclexapplicationcenter.com/news.php especially of course with additional charge/s Hope this helps! Good luck on our exams! God bless! Ü
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    December test taker...

    I'll take my NCLEX-RN exam too this coming December 17. Good luck to all of us! Ü
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    Taking my nclex rn in 5 days....

    Goodluck! :) Will take mine come December.
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    Hospitals in Metro Manila Currently Hiring Nurse Applicants

    Hi! Can you please tell us the requirements for Taguig doctor's hospital and how to get there(address). Thanks :)
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    I passed NCLEX RN at 95! PVT Works, too! Here are my tips:

    Congrats! :up:Hoping I can pass too, I'm currently using Saunders & LaCharity. Will try Davis 2010. Anyway, how do you do the PVT Trick? Thanks!
  15. Hey hey everyone! :) I just want to ask when will be the best time to start studying for NCLEX-RN Exam? Say your exam, will be this December 2010, I still don't have the definite date yet since I'm still waiting for my ATT. Another question is do you try to read your notes first before you start answering NCLEX pracatice questions? Or you the same at the same time? Sorry for the lame questions. I'm just clueless. Will be taking this for the first time. Thank you to all who will respond. Thanks