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ETorch89

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    Quick Results on weekends

    Thank you! Such an amazing feeling!!!
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    Quick Results on weekends

    Just found out i passed! Quick results came through!!!!! Ahhhhh sooooo excited!!!!
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    Quick Results on weekends

    Still nothing! I'm freaking out! It has been over 48 hours! What is going on?!
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    Quick Results on weekends

    Nothing yet. Im going crazy. Its been 48 hours already!
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    Quick Results on weekends

    Hello- Just wondering are there quick results on weekends? Took my exam Friday (Ohio Test Taker) and was done around 3:30. So I should get my quick results today (Sunday) around 3:30? 48 hours? Or is it business hours? Also, when I did the new PVT, it said my results are on hold. I think its because I was having problems with the palm scanner? Wouldn't read my palms 2 or 3 times on each hand. Could that be why the hold is in place? Any help would be great! Thanks!
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    Just got home from the NCLEX...

    UPDATE: It says test results are on hold...
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    Just got home from the NCLEX...

    Hello everyone! I just got home from the NCLEX and wanted to share my experience today. This would be my second shot at the exam, and hopefully my last. I think the first time my anxiety and my power going out during the exam, got to me. My first attempt, it took be 4 hours, 177 questions, 24 SATA, and over 13 meds that I didn't even know. My second attempt (today- and hopefully my final), 90 minutes, 77 questions, 10 SATA, 2 drag and drops, one cardiac strip, and about 8 meds that I knew half of. I felt so much more relaxed and calm this time around. Took more breaks and just felt good. I did the pearson view trick about an hour after my exam and got the new "good pop-up" after putting in all my credit card info and hitting submit. What do you guys think? Accurate? PRAY FOR ME!
  8. Tomorrow I take the NCLEX, for the second and FINAL time! Staying positive about it! I feel good about all the information. My tutor told me I am ready to test and to not allow myself to be my own enemy. Scared? Yes. Anxious? A little. Excited to become a RN, YES YES YES! Had one last tutoring session today. Not really studying. Just doing some questions and thats it! Wish me luck!
  9. Yeah I think knowing what to expect from the REAL test deff decreased my anxiety, but the fear of not know what content to expect is still there. SATA are still hard for me and all those meds! I didn't even really study the meds much this time around because its just impossible to know which ones you will get. Wayyyyy too many!
  10. Thank you! Im staying positive! RN here I come!
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    *Unofficially* passed the NCLEX-RN!!

    What subject do you think your exam focused mainly on? Mine was psych. Taking my exam for the second and FINAL time this week! Wish me luck!
  12. So, round 2- The final round for me, is this week! Nervous? Yes. Anxious? Yes. More confident this time around? Yes. Who am I? I am never like this before an exam. I took the NCLEX the first time August 1st and actually thought I did ok, minus the horrible experience. My power went out during my exam and from that point on, it was downhill from there. I got to 177 questions. I had about 24 SATA, 13 meds (which I knew none), 1 cardiac strip, 2 drag and drops, and 2 or 3 pictures. It was hard, not gonna lie. I took the Buszta Review class a total of three times now and am being private tutored. She says I am doing very well, just need to get my anxiety under control. She also said I tend to burn out after 25 questions so I need to take more frequent breaks during the exam. I am deff not over-studying this time around. I think I over-studied for about 2 months the first time. I went on 8-10 hours a day, studying, with breaks. This time, I am taking more breaks and not sitting for hours at a time studying. I am review only content areas where I am weak in and doing lots more questions vs just looking at notes. I feel good and hope I have a smooth and passing experience when I take my exam this week. Any advice guys? I know its been almost 3 months since i took the exam the first time, but I needed a break after the first time. Took 3-4 weeks off, then took the review class again and started doing questions, and the last 2 weeks I have been tutored. Wish me luck! PRAYING FOR THE BEST NEWS EVER: PASS!
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    *Unofficially* passed the NCLEX-RN!!

    How was it?