I've done well in school so far and we have a high first time PANCE pass rate so I feel confident from that point of view. I also know there is a study done comparing packrats and passing rates but unfortunately, my program doesn't use it.
I guess I was just looking for insight into the methodology Rosh uses to come up with the numbers.
I agree. Passing PANCE depends VERY highly on overall knowledge base, test taking skills, and how prepared you are.
Good luck in a few weeks, friend.
To future forum searchers: Not sure if I'm in love with Rosh, but at the least like it a lot to keep it around. I'll report back once I get my PANCE results to see if I felt Rosh was beneficial.
Edit: Rosh Review was definitely beneficial. The questions are excellent, although there are a few identical questions, and many more near identical questions. They seem to ask many questions about bacterial vaginosis, otitis media, malignant otitis externa, SCFE, heart block, pericarditis, multiple sclerosis, croup, bronchiolitis, UTI, among others. I guess it's natural given a 2000+ question bank. Explanations are thorough with citations provided. At the least, it got me used to reading on a computer screen for an extended period of time.