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So I took my test yesterday at 11:45. Well I started alittle earlier than that. I went home and tried the trick. But it told me that my card has declined because I dont have money in it. I am so scared. This is my second time taking it. I took it before and stopped at 170. This time around I took it and stop at 205. I managed to stay sane. I really want to pass this test soo bad. I took a review class and i felt it was helpful, and I have been studying before that. SOMEONE TALLK TO ME IM FREAKIN OUT

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Esme12 is a ASN, BSN, RN and specializes in Critical Care, ED, Cath lab, CTPAC,Trauma.

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Breathe! ((HUGS))

I heard the PVT isn't as reliable as it used to be someone will be along to help. Moved to NCLEX

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Does it mean anything if I went all the way up to 205? I'm just scared because I seen alot of people say the PVT works.

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So I took my test yesterday at 11:45. Well I started alittle earlier than that. I went home and tried the trick. But it told me that my card has declined because I dont have money in it. I am so scared. This is my second time taking it. I took it before and stopped at 170. This time around I took it and stop at 205. I managed to stay sane. I really want to pass this test soo bad. I took a review class and i felt it was helpful, and I have been studying before that. SOMEONE TALLK TO ME IM FREAKIN OUT

Try it again after 24 hours. Each test is scored twice so it's best to wait until then. If you get the same message after 24 hours, it's a pretty good sign that you failed. :(

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smh.. if i did. what do you reccomend me use because I'M NOT GIVING UP! IM JUMPING RIGHT BACK ON IT

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smh.. if i did. what do you reccomend me use because I'M NOT GIVING UP! IM JUMPING RIGHT BACK ON IT

I honestly don't know. I didn't study for it. I took it 3 weeks after graduation. I spent about 2 weeks doing 100-200 practice questions a day, reading the rationales for every answer. I did questions while watching TV, waiting at stoplights, standing in line, etc. I didn't set aside time -- I just worked it in throughout the day. I used Lippincott, ATI, and NCSBN. I touched a little on Kaplan but only about 100 questions. I didn't use Saunders or LaCharity at all.

What did your CPR show the first time, i.e. what areas were you below passing?

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Health promotion and psychosocial integrity .. Everything else was near passing

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DJAYS has 5 years experience.

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Well it's hard to say ...you have to wait 24 hours for the real results of the test. Then if is say you don't have enough funds then after 24 hours from testing then you failed the trick it's about 95%...on the money..from what I seen and heard from everyone. Good luck

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Well it's hard to say ...you have to wait 24 hours for the real results of the test. Then if is say you don't have enough funds then after 24 hours from testing then you failed the trick it's about 95%...on the money..from what I seen and heard from everyone. Good luck

So I found out that I failed. I got my score report back and it said that I was near passing im for everything except for one subcategory. Does that mean I'm getting close

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