I figured it out but the app just feels a little awkward. Wish I could put my finger on it but something about it didn’t feel very streamlined.
I recommend this app a 100% currently using this app in conjunction with my Saunders book to pass my comprehensive at the end of my nursing program.
Was a great tool to use, especially on the go.
Way too expensive for what it is. It’s cheaper to just buy a book.
I paid for a months access and it was perfect for on the go studying. It really does give you an idea about what you need to know for the test. It also provides detailed explanations if you get the wrong answer. Definitely recommend for anyone taking the TEAS.
Used this app and quizlet to help study for my ATI Teas 6 for RN. Scored a 85% overall. The rationales are clear and helpful. Personally feel as if the app is harder than the actual teas test, so it helps you with analyzing the questions to pair with answers
Haven’t taken the HESI A2 yet but the app is asking a well rounded mix of questions
This app was super helpful! This is the only app I used to study for the HESI my second time taking it, and it helped me get from a 90.5 to a 95!
Pocket prep was my main method of studying for the TEAS. I also had the mometrix book (which I wasn’t a fan of) and several other aids such as Brandon craft (He is the BEST!) Carolyn McAllister, nurse Cheug, and other practice tests. But again pocket prep was my main aid. I did about 1000 out of the 2000 questions and I feel that they were a great representation of the TEAS exam and good practice of how the questions will look and how they will be formatted. I feel that the science section was much more intense than the actual test but I appreciated that because I felt more prepared. I was also a huge fan of the price. For only 14$ a month you get 2000 extremely helpful questions and I only had the app for a month so just 14$ for me. This was the best deal I was able to find. I kept hearing that ATIs practice test B was the most helpful but I was being cheap so I stuck to pocket prep and I passed! There were a few issues though. The app is very glitchy and I didn’t like the fact that there was only 200 reading questions out of the pool of 2000. Other than that thank you pocket prep!
Questions seem to be representative of the test, especially once SATA are added. Can’t really use it offline, because when you complete a quiz you need internet access to submit it, otherwise the results are lost.