Everything is good on the app, except some questions. Whenever I created my own quiz for the NCE on one topic (Professional Ethics), there were questions relating to assessments & research. Please fix this as it is hindering those that are studying for the NCE.
Hello, I just wanted to let you guys know that this app helped me prepare for my NCE. I passed it on my second try. To be fair, i used this app only for my second attempt and not on my first attempt. I would recommend this app along side the purple book and some youtube vides addressing theories and strategies. I would not recommend using this app as your only resource. One of the good things about this app it’s that it’s cheap and does help you understand concepts. Best of luck to everyone taking their exams.
Passed the NCE. I used this and the Purple Book. I wouldn’t recommend using this as your sole study tool. But it is great for when you’re on the go and for daily micro-practice. Remember, the actual NCE questions you will not find anywhere so do not waste time memorizing, it’s about application of concepts. If you make a lucky guess on this app, still click down and read the explanation.
I passed the NCE on my first try. I’m so excited!! Thanks pocket prep!!
A significant number of the questions are ambiguous due to a lack of information or poor wording.
I recently passed the ASWB BehavioI recently passed the ASWB Clinical Exam on my first attempt for two reasons: this App and the ASWB Clinical Exam Practice Test (from the official ASWB website). I started using this app daily when I registered to take the ASWB Clinical Exam. I gave myself one month to prepare, so I paid for a one month subscription to this app. I made time each day to take the app’s 10 question quizzes and answer the daily questions. Each question provides a rationale and reference for why the right answer is correct. Most of the references listed at the end of each question’s rationale for the correct answer came from the DSM-V and/or the Dawn Apgar Social Work ASWB Clinical Exam Guide, 3rd edition. This app has a total of 1000 questions in their database and you can either do the 10 question quizzes or a mock 170 question exam. The app keeps track of your progress and will cycle through the questions until you’ve answered all of them, meaning it will not give you the same question more than once. You can also retake the 10 question quizzes if you missed some of the questions or go to the section of the app that gives you the chance to answer just the questions that you missed. Overall, I highly recommend this app as I feel it helped prepare me for the exam by providing me with the needed knowledge from trusted sources (the DSM-V and the Dawn Apgar Social Work ASWB Clinical Exam Guide, 3rd edition). I contacted the app’s customer support to request an extension of a few days because of the timing of when I was able to sign up to take the exam, and they graciously gave me the extra time with no charge other than what I paid for with the one month subscription. The next thing I highly recommend is to take the ASWB Clinical Exam Practice Test. I recommend taking the practice exam no less than two weeks before you take the actual exam. You can only register to take the ASWB Clinical Exam Practice Test after you have registered to take the ASWB Clinical Exam. After you pay the $85 for the practice test exam, you will have 30 days to access it once you’ve started to take it. I highly recommend taking it like you would for the actual exam (block out 4 uninterrupted hours). The benefit of the ASWB practice test exam is that although the questions are not the same exact questions, the look and feel of the practice exam is exactly the same as the real exam. From the beginning of the practice exam (it gives a tutorial on how to take the exam), to the layout of the questions to the way the exam ends, it’s exactly the same look and feel of the real exam. During the actual exam, you go through the same tutorial. This alone was worth the $85 because I felt much more comfortable going into the actual exam knowing how it would look and feel I didn’t have to think about it. Even more, when you finish taking the practice test exam, you’ll be given access to explanations/rationale for each question with the reason behind why the correct answer is what it is. Also, on the review screen, you can choose to just look at your incorrect answers or all of the questions (right or wrong), and it’s broken down into the four areas of knowledge needed for the actual exam. I reviewed all of these questions 2 times both the one I got correct and incorrect and intensely studied the rationale provided for the correct answer. I did this because the ASWB created the practice and the real exam.
The exam is hard. This made practice easier for my short attention span. Taking 10 minutes daily to review content really helped when I actually took mock exams and the real thing.
This app was great while I used it, but when I took my exam only about 10-15 out of 500 questions from this app were on the exam. The rest were completely new to me. I would suggest using this in conjunction with another study resource or not bother with it at all.
This app is the reason I passed the ASWB LICSW exam on the first try. I paid $20 for the premium for 1 month, took multiple “Quick 10” quizzes daily, and ended up answering about 600 questions in preparation. The app prepared me so incredibly well for the exam. If you are taking the LICSW exam in the near future, this is the best way to study. Thank you app creators!
The questions are very engaging and provide great detail as to why a choice should have been selected and why other options were not correct. The explanations are spot on and easy to comprehend. I also love that references are given to what study books were used to find each answer. Provides great detail on what we should focus on depending on our score.