I like it so far. I especially like how it provides immediate feedback on why you got a question wrong or right. I just hope it makes a difference for my test tomorrow.
Well I guess I'll see if it helped me.. Just finished taking my exam but feel like I did awful.It's more than just a 'memorize the answers' tool, like many other test prep services. It helps you zero in on areas where your knowledge is weak and then provides rationale to help you develop and hone the critical thinking skills to answer questions that present similarly.
And I'm not a salesman, just a fan. I've been recommending it to new EMT and Paramedic candidates. It works.
Op, we tease DE about being a JB salesman, he's just reiterated their purpose time and time again so perhaps search a little bit more next time.And I'm not a salesman, just a fan. I've been recommending it to new EMT and Paramedic candidates. It works.
Well I guess I'll see if it helped me.. Just finished taking my exam but feel like I did awful.
A pretty reliable way of having an idea how you did on the NR, is the question the test cuts you off at. If you are 100% positive that the answer you gave was right, then you'll be fine.
Nope. Not true at all. Anecdotal speculation and roundly denied by National Registry.
My test went to #143. And considering some people pass or fail after 50, I don't see how that math would work.Then it makes no sense whatsoever, especially mathematically. The test is supposed to give X minimum and Y maximum of questions, and is calculating the percentage. If a person taking it passed the minimum but yet to reach the maximum, then it's a simple % of correct vs wrong answers. So it's safe to assume that once you hit a threshold, it'll stop.
Does that makes sense ?
My test went to #143. And considering some people pass or fail after 50, I don't see how that math would work.
But you need to understand that it doesn't work that way. It's not a simple percentage, it's a constantly changing target. For example, a candidate who doesn't have a firm grasp on CHF treatment or identification may get 10 questions about CHF of varying difficulties until baseline competency can be assured, but only one question of moderate difficulty relating to burns. Each test is totally different and the baseline difficulty is set by the first few questions in the queue.