This is a handy app for on-the-go studying because of its features, but it has an odd fixation on some more obscure material at times, and there are some bad and outright incorrect questions to look out for.
I purchased 1 month of pocket prep for my study up to the NREMT for EMT-B. I felt like I learned more in studying with pocket prep than I did in the entirety of my EMT course and it was based mostly from the book in my class. I passed the NREMT on my first attempt and I attribute that mostly to pocket prep. The questions are formatted a little different on the NREMT than on pocket prep but studying with pocket prep is definitely what helped me pass. I’d recommend this.
Awesome app if you actually want to learn and put the time in. Thank you so much.
Great app, only problem is that I can’t answer the questions with images because they won’t load. I pay a subscription so I’d like them to load. And yes I have the most recent update.
Honestly I don’t write many reviews but this app is exactly like the NREMT while everyone else struggled with the test it felt like a breeze taking the national! Def will be using it when I go to paramedic school!
This app is like an EMS professor in your pocket! The content and style of questions are very similar to the kinds you will face in EMT school. The explanations at the end allow you to understand emergency medicine in a much more practical and intelligent manner. They also explain how the other answers aren’t correct which serves you to retain information for other questions going forward. If you’re going through EMT school, get this app and replace your mindless scrolling with it. You can get a great deal of supplemental education that way.
I don’t feel like the app help me prepare at all, it was more like a review tool than a exam prep tool
Be aware, this app wants all your contact info but you can’t actually use it unless you purchase it. Don’t expect any freebies on this one!
This app has helped me recapped my knowledge on BLS. Ohh, and also passed my NREMT on the first try. Keep up the good work devs!
Some answers are worded very poorly and the “correct” answer relies more on a technicality of grammar than actual clinical thinking.