This podcast is awesome! Each episode is under 10 minutes, and goes through 10 multiple choice questions similar to those you would find on the PANCE or PACRE (or PACKRAT for those of you still in school). Each question has 4 answer choices, followed by the correct answer and a brief explanation.
Why do I love this podcast?
1. I find it hard to pay attention to long monologues on one topic. This podcast has short snippets of varied information.
2. The listener is involved by mentally answering the questions as they are asked.
3. If you do lose concentration for a minute (I listen while driving, so sometimes traffic can be a distraction) you can just pick up at the next question. Because the questions are different, they dont build on each other so you can still learn if you miss one.
4. They are brief and to-the-point.. I often drive short 10-15 minute trips, just enough time to listen to an entire podcast.
5. Stephen Pasquini (the creator) adds clinical information when test answers are different from real life. So you get to learn how to answer on an exam and what to do when you see it in real life.
6. The questions are similar to those found on the actual PANCE, so it's a good method for studying.
The only downside to this podcast is the number of episodes available. More please, Mr. Pasquini!!!