Dynamic Path presents our updated module for the NASM 4th edition, with 75 all new-questions.
Our app features 475 practice questions, are all written exclusively for Dynamic Path by a Certified Personal Trainer. The questions incorporate practical, real-life scenarios to help you bridge the gap between your training knowledge and practical client application.
Our questions reinforce core knowledge areas of the exam:
- Exercise technique
- Exercise program design
- Administration and client relations
- Professional practice and responsibilities
- Relevant and up-to-date scientific research
All of our apps also feature our exclusive, intuitive interface:
- Study Mode: Each question is paired with a clear and useful explanation so you can sStudy at your own pace
- Test Mode: Test yourself by setting your own question and time constraints
- Review Mode: Review your answers in both question-by-question and aggregate format
Dynamic Path is neither affiliated with nor endorsed by the NASM.
Updated for iOS 10
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This is the very first time I’ve ever reviewed and rated an app. I had to do it because I believe this app really did help me pass my NASM CPT exam on the first try. Know that without actually studying the NASM book and just relied on this app, I would have failed the test. But what the app does is show you where you are weak and what you don’t understand. The questions are not necessarily the same as on the exam, but forces you to comprehend the material, not to memorize answers. So study your book, and buy this app to show you what you need to work on.
Flawed but worthwhile
Bought this app a few days before my exam just to get a little more practice in, and I'm glad I did, but I would only recommend using this once you're already somewhat familiar with the material. Mainly because, while they have added questions for CPT 4, they haven't removed a few CPT3 questions that are no longer relevant. So if something didn't sound familiar and I couldn't easily find it in the book, I'd assume it was either not in the new book or too trivial to study. Also, I definitely came across a couple of questions that were incorrect, and a few that were worded in such a weird was that the answer came down to semantics and not knowledge. BUT for the most part it was helpful to have such a large question bank to go through, and I LOVED the detailed explanations in (most of) the answers. The explanations were the most helpful part for me. This app really helped highlight the areas where I needed to do more studying and I'm sure it helped me pass. So, imperfect, and also clumsy to use as others have mentioned, but recommended.
I don't think this app was worth the money. I studied the 4th Ed. of the NASM textbook and it seems like this app did not take all the questions from it. Some questions were just wrong like how long one should wait to take a pulse after a YMCA step test. One question was only 3 words and not even a question. If you take all the questions at once in test mode, and answer all them correctly after a few tries, you'll not be able to use test mode again. I emailed support about it and they promptly responded that they will have an update soon, but that was in June and I already passed my exam so it makes no difference now. This app,by no stretch of the imagination is necessary to pass the exam, but some may find it helpful.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.