mikejfox Posted October 1, 2011 Share Posted October 1, 2011 I've been practicing overseas as a civilian for the military for several years and let my certification here go. The NCCPA told me I had to take the PANCE instead of the PANRE. I studied the last four months using tools suggested here and tons of questions (I mean tons of questions). I attended this last Emory review. I took the PANCE this past week, and I think I failed it. There was absolutely no connection between the exam and the tools I used to study and what we studied at Emory. In fact, the Emory review prepared me to better practice medicine, but it did NOT prepare me to pass the exam I took. I have seen lots of complaints here about the PANRE, but I have not seen any complaints about the PANCE. I wonder if others had similar experience like mine with the PANCE. (Oh, yea, the PANCE is supposed to have six blocks of sixty questions. My exam had five blocks of sixty questions. Go figure. It said PANCE at the top.) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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