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Audio study guide for passing the NREMT basic exam. Conversational manner for easy listening. This lesson covers trauma theory and practice questions. This program is perfect for busy EMT students. Listen in traffic, at the gym, or anywhere you have headphones and a smartphone!

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she's incredibly hard to understand

I'm trying to study not translate what this lady is say. I find it very hard to understand with her incredibly thick accent. I know that sounds like an ignorant comment but when I'm trying to study I'm not trying to Translate period a poor decision on whoever chose the narrator.

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Risky for your studying

Would you try another book from Robert Ayala and/or Sangita Chauhan?

No. I'm pretty sure Sangita Chauhan is a computer. Medicine is already dense material and having a computer try to pronounce all the difficult terminology is just awful. Robert Ayala does one of the study guides and he's not that great either. I think he could have put more time into cleaning up his narration/reading.

How did the narrator detract from the book?

mispronounced words, fumbling words

Any additional comments?

My biggest concern with these study guides is that there is incorrect information, and frequently enough that i think it would be risky for someone who is studying for the emt test. I caught some of the stuff, but who knows what i didn't catch. Some of it I think was the author mixing things up but some of it was just completely wrong.