First let me start off by saying that I took my NCLEX on Feb 27, 2015 in the state of California. After taking the test, I felt confident, but felt the anxiety of not knowing if I passed or not, did set off a whole mess of emotions. In California, we do not have the honor of having quick results...we have to wait 3-4 weeks for a piece of paper in the mail that says Congrats or Fail. So, I kept tip toeing around the idea of checking to see if there were any truths to this trick that I kept reading about. I kept seeing that if a credit card page came up, then it was an indicator of failing. But then I was reading about that the Pearson Vue updated itself and that everyone gets that credit card page. What I found out was that, I had to register to take the exam again, enter my credit card info and click submit. Here is where it gets scary. After you hit submit, one of two things are going to show up: 1. you are going to get stopped from registering because an exam has already been taken at that time and a red triangle appears or 2. you will have to click another submit, it will take $200 and you will get to register. So, it didn't let me register. So today, I decided to contact the State of California and asked them for another ATT and the nice lady on the other line asks me why did I want another ATT? I informed her that my mail box has been giving me ads to guarantee NCLEX passing courses and so I called her because those ads made me question if I passed. She asked me if I tried to register to take it over and I said yes but the Pearson's Vue website wouldn't allow me to do so. She proceeded to ask me if I questioned what that meant....and my response was that I assumed that I passed. She informed me that the website that I went on (allnurses.com) was a very reliable source. She then advised me not to worry. I still kept pumping her with questions and such, and then she softened her voice and asked me, "Did you hear what I told you? " I said, "Yes, you said not to worry." So, she proceeded to tell me to wait for my results in the mail and to relax by having a celebratory glass of champagne. So, I am assuming, I passed.