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  1. Thanks. Actually I still have one more 6 year cycle (2019) before I fall into the 10 year cycle
  2. Used HippoPA lectures/questions and Kaplan questions
  3. If anyone has the latest packrat(s) after 16 please message me and how I can get them. Thank you
  4. If the concern is that PAs coming out of school/clinical rotations are not getting enough PE experience then the issue is there and that's where it should be addressed. Do they plan on this for PANRE as well?
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    HippoPA

    There is also 1700+ practice questions and 50 AMA PRA Category 1 credits
  6. what did you think of the kaplan qbank?
  7. Has anyone used this? Trying to get a feel for pros and cons. I had access to exam master for a couple weeks and I liked that I do want to get an idea for the other options out there. If it matters, I am going for my first PANRE.
  8. I am currently doing the Hippo review. Far from boring and keeps me motivated. A tone of CME and decent practice questions though I am considering getting the Kaplan question bank as well. Taking a test is a skill to practice as well as knowing the blueprint. EDIT: I'm sorry. I thought I saw PANRE but it looks like you are doing your first boards exam.
  9. maybe it feels more difficult because you have spent more time away from primary care
  10. PASims, why do you think UMDNJ is better than Drexel review? Brian, what are you pros and cons with the UMDNJ? Oh and if it matters, I am reviewing for my first PANRE as well. Work in Interventional Cardiology.
  11. PASims, why do you think UMDNJ is better than Drexel review? Brian, what are you pros and cons with the UMDNJ? Oh and if it matters, I am reviewing for my first PANRE as well. Work in Interventional Cardiology.
  12. Hey Trev, I do not have that experience myself. However, I did have a couple fellow classmates that did that out of necessity. They were from Canada and did not have financial aid so they pretty much had to work. Come to think of it, one classmate did also work fulltime or close to full time the first two years. She was an ICU and then cardiac ICU nurse for several of years.
  13. Hey Trev, I do not have that experience myself. However, I did have a couple fellow classmates that did that out of necessity. They were from Canada and did not have financial aid so they pretty much had to work. Come to think of it, one classmate did also work fulltime or close to full time the first two years. She was an ICU and then cardiac ICU nurse for several of years.
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