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PVT after 24hrs

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by coldmeR coldmeR (New) New

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I took my test yesterday and checked Pearson after 4hrs and it says result not available this time. I checked again today after 24hrs still not available? Is it a bad sign?

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SopranoKris has 5 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in Critical Care.

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No, it's not. Pearson Vue recently caught on that people were using the "trick" to determine if they've passed or not. They've taken steps to prevent this from working any longer. No more PVT to find out if you've passed or not. I believe the change was made in September.

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5 Posts; 373 Profile Views

Thanks for that insight. At least I have a little hope til tomorrow after the 48 hrs window.

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I took the nclex this week and got the pop up a few hours later and the next day however I have been told to only rely on the letter in the mail when it arrives

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Awwww....congratulation!

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Thank you very much and best wishes on positive results

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Pearson Vue updated its registration software August 23rd; those who wish to try "the trick" have now gone about it a different way. Thing is, it's no more accurate (but is more costly, potentially) than the 'old' way.

Results being 'unavailable' has nothing to do with the trick (new or old) in any way. It simply means you won't get an answer of ANY kind until those results have been completed.

The NCLEX is scored TWICE: if you check for results in the first 24 hours, you may or may not be able to register again....but if the second scoring is different from the first (and the second scoring is the only one that matters), then you might be misled based on your first attempts to figure out whether or not you passed.

Good luck!

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