PANCE (Physician Assistant) Exam Prep Pro
iOS Universal Education
Upward Mobility’s PANCE Pro Exam Prep for the iPhone and iPod Touch is the perfect app to help you pass the Physician Assistant National Certifying Exam. This exam review app contains 563 questions written by professional medical writers with concise, but detailed explanations to help you prepare for this test.
This module covers all topics on the PANCE exam, which uses the same content blueprint as the PANRE and Pathway II, which makes this app an excellent review for these exams as well.
Questions are categorized the major Organ Systems specified in the content blueprint: Cardiovascular, Pulmonary, Endocrine, EENT, Gastrointestinal/Nutritional, Genitourinary, Musculoskeletal, Reproductive, Neurologic System, Psychiatry/Behavioral, Dermatologic, Hematologic, and Infectious Diseases.
Each category also covers the Task Areas specified in the content blueprint: History Taking & Performing Physical Examinations, Using Laboratory & Diagnostic Studies, Formulating Most Likely Diagnosis, Health Maintenance, Clinical Intervention Pharmaceutical Therapeutics, and Applying Basic Science Concepts.
Perfect for the on-the-go aspiring physician assistant!
This app is neither affiliated with nor endorsed by the NCCPA.
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