Heh, I completely understand! I had a small select group of people who knew my test date and I refused to tell anyone else until I knew for sure that I passed (our class had some doh stalker a, though I was probably the worst offender checking up on people - I informed 2 people before they checked themselves to see that they had passed)
I hit the ground hard after passing, I also had 6.5 yrs experience as an LPN that I thought would make it easier - not so much in this job market. I ended up with 6 interviews, I think, which is great to get to that point, but discouraging at the same time to get that far and not have it work out when they would always determine they wanted that experience with a bsn preference
i lucked out and will be starting a residency in august though! So it all came together. Took a lot of patience. There would be lots of lulls followed with a week of lots of responses. It's a definite roller coaster ride that I'm thankful to be off of.
I'm excited about this residency and I think I had a good chance at another clinic position that I left the interview feeling confident about. It's nice to feel wanted
I'm sure you passed it, and the pvt is helpful - I screen capped that a few times and would recheck it to make sure it didn't change
Waiting is the hardest part. Waiting for the results to become active. Waiting to hear back on applications...
do you have an idea of where you'd like to apply or areas you're interested in? Have you started? Do you have a bsn or ADN? The fun is just beginning
good luck with everything!!!