As she sat in her chair, bland and pointless thoughts entered her mind while the second hand kept ticking. The incomplete exam glued her to her chair as she created a mental scene of a hammer hitting her repetitively for not studying harder.
She continued to start at the question in hopes that it would change into English. Sweat began to form. Tears began to fall; invisible tears that is. What would be the fate of her? Could one exam truly change her path for the worse?
The second hand continues to tick. The sound of the footsteps grew louder as the individuals in the room began to diminish one by one. The questions looked like it was in an entirely different language, one completely made up to make her fail.
Failure by one question.
That one question that could very much change everything and determine the outcome.
If you took the NCLEX, that may describe how you were feeling. It is too much to wait several days to look at the unofficial results and several weeks for the official results to be mailed to you. However, there is an answer and you do not have to wait any longer!
Pearson Vue Trick
The trick is to register again on the Pearson Vue website. If it allows you to go to the credit card page, it indicates you have not passed the NCLEX. You will not have to pay for the NCLEX at that moment.
If a pop-up occurs, then you have passed the NCLEX.
“Our records indicate that you have recently scheduled this exam. Please contact your Member Board for further assistance. Another registration cannot be made at this time.”
However, you can get a false result. Some students have been sent to the credit card page even though they found out that they passed. Your account must state that delivery is successful before you attempt to register again. I was told by my teacher to wait two hours before trying this trick.
I wish the best of luck to everyone and hope that you receive the good pop-up!
Disclaimer: QD Nurses does not guarantee an accuracy on your NCLEX results if you try this. QD Nurses is reporting what has worked for an abundance of students.