Paramedic Pocket Prep

Paramedic Pocket Prep

Developed by Pocket Prep, Inc.

  • Category: Medical
  • Release Date: 2015-11-24
  • Current Version: 6.5.2
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 57.05 MB
  • Developer: Pocket Prep, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 404 Reviews)
  • Price:
    Free
Paramedic Pocket Prep App Ratings: 4.5
4.5
Based on 404 Reviews
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Paramedic Pocket Prep App Description

Pass the NRP exam on your first try! Create customized practice tests, view detailed answer rationales, and review your results with just a few taps. Pocket Prep is your award-winning tool in mobile learning and exam preparation. Pocket Prep allows you to study anywhere, anytime, right from your mobile device. We strive to make studying more efficient by redefining how you prepare for the NREMT® Paramedic (NRP) exam. 2015 Academics’ Choice “Smart Media” award winner 2016 EdTech Digest “Cool Tool” award winner The Science Behind Mobile Learning: Overloading your brain with too much information at once is a common study mistake. Research has shown that smaller, more frequent study sessions are the key to knowledge retention. In other words, taking short quizzes on the go is a much more effective means of exam preparation than reading page after page in a textbook. Apps offer the benefit of interaction, which means you’re far more likely to remember a concept you engage with rather than one you’ve only read about. Take your EMS studies with you, no matter where life takes you. NREMT NRP Content Areas: - Airway, Respiration & Ventilation - Trauma - Cardiology & Resuscitation - Medical & Obstetrics/Gynecology - EMS Operations Get Started for Free: We provide a limited free version so you can get a feel for the app before deciding to upgrade. The free version offers 74 questions with detailed answer explanations. - 30 free questions available with download - 30 free bonus questions available through social media - 14-day access to the Question of the Day (QOTD) - Comprehensive test-taking strategy guide Unlock the Ultimate Mobile Learning Experience: A one-time in-app purchase grants full lifetime access to our NREMT NRP app. - 600 total practice questions and detailed rationales - Lifetime access to Question of the Day (QOTD) - Unlock all social media bonus questions - Unlock Exam Builder to create customized exams - Priority in-app support Pocket Prep Features: - No internet required - Study Modes: See answers as you go or at the end - Retake past exams with a single tap - Study reminders and QOTD notifications - Automatic test saving and retrieval - Detailed history and results reporting - Exam day countdown - Multi-device ready Our team of writers and editors are industry leaders who have meticulously crafted EMS practice questions and detailed answer explanations with you in mind. Since 2011, Pocket Prep has been the leader in mobile learning and has helped over five million students and professionals achieve more. Need help? Contact us through the app’s support section at any time for a response within 24 hours.

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App Reviews

  • I’m Wary...

    3
    By Tariqh425
    I was an EMT for 3 years, a paramedic for 6 years, and taught medic school for 4. I took NR in 2008, but let my license lapse when I went back to school. I am retaking NR after being out of the field for 4 years. I think this app is okay for the most part, however certain questions give me pause and I wonder how in tune the writers are with NR. For example, a question described Cushing’s Triad as “Hypertension with reactive bradycardia and decreased respiratory effort...” “DECREASED respiratory effort” is a completely inaccurate description of a Cushing’s patient. They could have used so many different words (i.e. irregular, ataxic, Biot’s, abnormal, etc.) but the use of “decreased respiratory effort” is patently false. Because much has changed since I left the field, I am left wondering if some of my wrong answers are due to my own lack of knowledge of industry updates or incorrectly written questions. Thus, I wouldn’t advise anyone to rely solely on this app for NR prep. The upside to this app: The UI is great, very easy to use and intuitive. The explanations are helpful (assuming they are correct) and I like how you can keep track of your progress. Suggestion to developers: Maybe considering adding a feature that allows users to easily report a bad question. This might allow learning opportunities for everyone involved.
  • Good app...

    3
    By Hip-Hop Sinister
    I’ll continue to use it as a studying adjunct to prepare for my NRP. I’ll be back to change my rating when I pass it though.
  • Not worth the money.

    2
    By User157997
    It glitches a lot and freezes. I’ve seen multiple wrong answers. These questions are long and and the NREMT-P questions were short and to the point. I did learn a few things from it though. This app has lots of questions on pharm classes and such and didn’t have a single one on the exam. It’s ok if you are just trying to learn but if you are preparing to take the NREMT-P then their are probably better options out there.
  • Great

    5
    By Firefighter443
    Awesome app. Wished it had more practice questions on the free version but then they wouldn't make any money then right.
  • Don’t waste your money

    1
    By Wyobilly
    This app is a waste of money at $18. The quality of the questions is seriously lacking. This app has potential but until their question library undergoes a serious peer review I wouldn’t waste a penny on this app.
  • Paramedic

    5
    By The People's Medic
    Great app. Used this app exclusively and passed NR Paramedic on the first attempt.
  • Worth it

    5
    By ParamedicStudent
    This was the app I primarily used to study for NREMT-P. I passed on the first try. I’m even using this afterwards to stay sharp. Pros - good variety of questions (there’s over 600) and the explanations are very helpful and usually they explain why each answer choice was correct/incorrect thoroughly. I studied the explanations almost as much as I did taking practice questions. There were definitely questions on actual exam that I remembered studying through this app. The question of the day reminders were more helpful than I expected. I would do random quick 10 questions any opportunity I got in preparing for the exam. This covered a lot of the A&P and pathophysiology that is heavily covered on the exam and something often forgotten to be studied during class. Cons - inaccuracies in drug choices for some of the protocols. However, rarely was this asked on the actual NREMT exam and I had other resources to study medication protocols.
  • Decent experience.

    2
    By jpowler
    Good overall questions. Some of the rational does not constitute rational rather an explanation why they feel this is the right answer. Some questions aren't national standard. Some are not correct in any standard of medicine.
  • Better than most apps

    5
    By I hate this app2729190
    1-2 dosage/drug errors but that's it! Passed my fisdap and national first try, this app helped out a lot! Defiantly worth the money.
  • Overall great

    4
    By bulbocavernosusreflex
    Some ACLS protocols aren't current (atropine in asystole or vasopressin for example). That's the only reason why I took a star off.

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