PT365 12+

Your daily PT vitamin‪!‬

Scorebuilders

Designed for iPad

    • 4.9 • 4.1K Ratings
    • Free

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Description

Physical therapists and physical therapy students have a unique daily opportunity to assess their mastery of essential physical therapy content by answering a single multiple-choice question. Think of the app as your daily PT vitamin! A complete explanation of both correct and incorrect options is offered for all questions. The app provides users with a method to track their performance over time answering questions of varying complexity and to compare their results to the relative performance of other users.

What’s New

Version 1.0.0300

Bug fixes & updates!

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
4.1K Ratings

4.1K Ratings

Mario'saccomplice ,

Great preview and practice of the NPTE

I downloaded this app on a whim after someone in my PT cohort recommended it. The app’s daily question really draws you in and keeps you committed to the practice of taking a question off one of several categories that might come in the NPTE, like MSK, neuro, and cardiopulmonary. Questions feel like that asked of the NPTE and keep me on track with critical thinking processes and explainations that accompany each answer with why the choice was wrong or right. I like that I can save the questions from previous days to review, so I recommend downloading this ASAP to keep as many questions from when you downloaded it, as they give you one question a day. The difficulty level and type of question are also provided to keep you on track and help you be aware of which areas you maybe struggling. Also, the material is also fun to learn and applicable to some aspects of life. I recommend this to any PT student starting out as well.

ptprep ,

Great prep!

Third year student getting ready to take the boards over the summer! I really enjoy having PT365 available in a daily basis for a quick study prep option during busy clinical life. They break down every question and answer selection into easily understandable language as to why it’s wrong or right. I also like the breakdown of answers you get right into different categories such as cardiovascular or musculoskeletal so I can target those areas more specifically! It’s a great tool!

blaice ,

Some good, some poor.

After using the app for months to study the NPTE, and continuing to do so, there are certainly hit and miss questions. When well over 50% of the participants answer the same wrong answer (73% recently where the question answer and order was changed after results) the question was clearly poorly constructed. Whether it be wording of the question, or clinical reasoning involved, it’s far from infallible. Wording can sometimes be convoluted and questions go beyond the scope of what the PEAT or NPTE may even broach.

Other than that the app is great. I just recommend taking some of the questions with a grain of salt, especially when over half of the participants choose the same wrong answer. That is a throw away question from any standardized test tasking perspective.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for the feedback. We do use the app on occasion to test newly constructed questions and therefore there are some questions that are not as polished as those in our paid resources. I think it is important to remember that even if over 50% of individuals miss a question it does not mean that the question is not a good question or a question that could not appear on the actual exam. The FSBPT looks at a large variety of variables when determining question validity. Please also remember when looking at the item analysis percentages that first, second, and third year students use the app and therefore the population is not quite as polished as students when they are actually ready for the big day. Thanks again for using our resources!

App Privacy

The developer, Scorebuilders, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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