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Medictests Vs. JB Learning Test Prep Which is better?

Discussion in 'NREMT' started by Shellfish, May 15, 2018.

  1. Shellfish

    Shellfish Forum Ride Along

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    Hello all,

    I graduate (hopefully) in July and take my National Registry for paramedic. I am wondering whether I should go with Medictests.com or JBlearning Test Prep. I have used Medictests.com and liked it, but I was wondering what the pros and cons of each are before I purchase one.
     
  2. ParamedicGirl221

    ParamedicGirl221 Forum Crew Member

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    i used medictests.com although it was helpful i felt it kept repeating the same questions. jb learning seems to have a bigger bank of questions. but both were very helpful. best of luck! i'm sure you will do just fine
     
  3. Colt45

    Colt45 Forum Lieutenant

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    JBL is a little better IMO but I found value in both. Especially medictests NR simulator.
     
  4. TheEleventhHour

    TheEleventhHour Forum Crew Member

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    I also recommend FISDAP. As someone who used JBLearning & FISDAP I can say my NREMT was closer to FISDAP with the vagueness of the questions. What I love about JBL was the explanations for why the correct answers were correct & why also the wrong answers were wrong but I'd have to say the NREMT (at least mine) was closer to FISDAP. Most of my NREMT questions were 1 line, a few 2 at the most whereas I've come to find a lot of JBL questions were 2-3 lines long with much more details in the scenarios.

    For example:

    JBL type question - "You & your partner arrived on the scene, etc, found the patient laying in etc position, his vitals are etc & a witness states etc, you should first..." whereas a FISDAP type question "Your patient complains of etc, & has a history of etc, you should..." leaving a lot to be desired as far as information that isn't given to you & my NREMT was very similar.
     

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