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How accurate is Pearson Vue good pop up?

Nellie W. Halvorsen

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May 8, 2023
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The Pearson Vue "good pop up" is an unofficial trick that some test-takers use to determine if they have passed their exam before receiving their official results. After completing a Pearson Vue exam, some candidates claim that if they try to re-register for the exam and receive a pop-up message saying they cannot do so, it indicates they have passed the test.

However, it's important to note that the accuracy of the Pearson Vue "good pop up" is not guaranteed. It is an unofficial method and should not be relied upon for definitive results. The only way to know for sure if you have passed or failed an exam is to wait for the official results from Pearson Vue or the testing organization.

It's best to be patient and wait for your official results, as relying on the "good pop up" can lead to false assumptions and unnecessary stress.
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