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"I absolutely love the question bank. It’s what took me from a struggling student to one getting As on exams. I would study less and understand more. The great thing about having a lot of questions to answer (especially in an app on the go) is that it ensures you are really getting and understanding the topics. 

I would answer questions walking to class, on the subway, or whenever I was just waiting around and I’d pop out my phone and use the Medgeeks question bank. I’d usually pick a topic of a test coming up or one I just learned about in rotation or one I know I struggle with and I’d answer 10-20 questions a day. 

For me, this was how I finally learned how to study. It wasn’t the countless hours re-reading slides. It was actively testing myself often. What’s even better is the Qbank is updated often and it tracks your weak/strong areas, so you know where your times needs to be put in. It helped me tremendously, gave me free time, and allowed me to have a solid idea of what I was in for come test day."

- Joanna Maw PA-C
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Fully customized dashboard. Study exactly what you want when you want. You'll also be able to compare your stats with the entire Medgeeks community to see how you stack up!

Question Selection

Every question comes with an explanation as to why an answer choice is correct and/or incorrect . Understanding both is crucial to your success in medicine.

Study Mode vs Quiz Mode

Study mode guides you through the questions, giving you the explanations immediately after each question.

Quiz Mode familiarizes you with the time restrictions to mimic the boards. Explanations are given after you've finished, giving you complete confidence under pressure. 
"As a clinical year PA student, I feel comfortable saying that the amount of information that is presented during the didactic year can be overwhelming. Once the numerous exams and lectures are in the past with End of Rotation exams, now, on the horizon, it's great to utilize what Medgeeks has created with their own Question Bank. It's an effective way to review and instill confidence in ones own knowledge after a fast-paced first year. 

The Question Bank's Study Mode will keep you on your toes, your mind fresh, and in the good graces of your preceptors who are all too happy to see what you've retained from the past year. Furthermore, with the PANCE coming up a year from now, not running through practice questions is a wasted opportunity as Medgeeks has taken great consideration to model their percentage of questions from the PANCE blueprint. 

I would highly recommend the Medgeeks Question Bank to any level PA student or those looking to prepare for recertification."

- Kevin Eitel PA-S
The Key to Understanding
A 21-year-old male who is otherwise healthy, has no known medical problems, and presents to his primary care provider with a chief complaint of heart palpitations. He explains that they first started to occur three months ago, when he was drinking numerous energy drinks, and incredibly stressed studying for finals.

However, since then he has discontinued consumption of all caffeinated beverages and energy drinks, yet he reports two additional episodes of heart palpitations. One of which was associated with chest pain while the other was accompanied with lightheadedness. An EKG was taken in the office and reveals a short PR interval with a slurred appearance to the upstroke of the QRS complex.

Which of the following is the preferred long-term treatment of choice?

A. Medical management with PO flecainide

B. Percutaneous coronary intervention

C. Medical management with PO propafenone

D. Radiofrequency catheter ablation

E. Medical management with PO amiodarone


The above scenario depicts an individual with Wolff-Parkinson-White (WPW) syndrome as can be deferred by the classical EKG pattern of a shortened PR interval (less than 0.12 seconds), and widening of the QRS complex with a slurred appearance to the upstroke of the QRS complex, more commonly referred to as a delta wave.

The preferred long-term treatment to prevent recurrent symptomatic arrhythmias is radiofrequency catheter ablation; therefore the correct answer is D.

Here, we are given a young patient who is otherwise healthy. But, now he’s complaining of palpitations. We are also given the associated symptoms of chest pain and lightheadedness.

Finally, we are given the EKG.

This is enough information to formulate the most likely diagnosis. But, notice how a good question won’t stop there. Instead, we are asking you to go a step further, and answer how you would manage this patient.

After sharing the correct answer, it's now time to discuss why the others aren’t the best answer choice. Knowing why an answer choice is correct is just as important as to why an answer choice is incorrect.

This is crucial to your understanding of medicine.

Incorrect Answers and Explanations:
Answer choices A, C, and E: For those individuals with Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome and suffering from symptomatic arrhythmias, in which either the patient refuses radiofrequency catheter ablation of their accessory pathway or are not candidates, then medical management with pharmacological therapies are an option.

Oral flecainide, propafenone, and amiodarone can be used as a means to prevent future life threatening arrhythmias and to slow the ventricular response rate. However, the optimal selection of the antiarrhythmic agent should be chosen based off of the type of accessory pathway present, underlying comorbid illnesses, and side effects, and thus will vary.

Answer choice B: Percutaneous coronary intervention would not be indicated given that this patient is not having an acute ST segment myocardial infarction.

This one question is working your brain and pulling it in many different directions...much more so than passively listening to lectures.

If you are interested in more like this, then I invite you to invest in our all new Medgeeks question bank. 

This has been a long time in the making and we know you’re going to love what we have in store.
Most Commonly Asked Questions...
Who is the question bank for?
This is ideal for anyone looking to gain a deeper understanding of the various medical diseases and treatment plans you're required to know as a clinician. If you are a student, then this is perfect for the PANCE, PANRE, nurse practitioner certification exam, and USMLE step 2 CK.
 I'm not going to take my boards anytime soon. Do you still recommend this?
Of course! The review is also great for your in class exams and rotations. You will continue to get all updates as they are released as part of your subscription!
How many questions are currently available?
There are currently 596 questions ready to go to test your medical knowledge. We will also be adding 50 brand new questions every single month. 
Categories include:

- Cardiology
- Pulmonology
- Musculoskeletal/Rheumatology
- Gastroenterology
- OB/GYN
- Genitourinary
- Hematology
- Neurology
- Endocrinology
- EENT
- Dermatology
- Psychiatry
Is this available on the app?
Yup! It's available on both our website and app, for all apple and android devices. Our customizable dashboard allows you to choose:

- How many questions to study
- The subjects you wish to study
- The option to choose between studying: "unanswered questions" and/or "questions you've answered correctly" and/or "questions you've answered incorrectly"

- Quiz mode: a timed test that shows all answers and explanations after you've finished the entire quiz
- Study mode: this isn't timed and you'll be able to review the answer and explanation after each question

- Ability to resume unfinished sessions
- Review all prior completed sessions
How much is the investment?
Our entire question bank is available for the small investment of only $29/month, making it the most affordable qbank on the market. 

For less than $1 per day, you'll be able to take your medical knowledge to the next level.

Payments automatically renew, but you can cancel anytime you'd like; no contracts or minimums. You will also get an emailed receipt whenever a payment is made.

Those who register today, will be grandfathered into this price for life (regardless of how many questions we add).
What if I’m not satisfied?
Simply send us an email within 30 days and we’ll refund every penny. This way, you can try us 100% risk free.
For me, the most useful part of any exam is the feedback you get after taking it; with the question bank, not only do you get to know the right answer, but you'll understand why your line of thought was wrong, this is the part where you learn from your mistakes. 

Unfortunately, I don't get feedback from most of my tests and so I never really know what I'm doing wrong or right, therefore I don't learn from my mistakes. 

The thing I like the most about the Medgeeks Question Bank is the feedback you get, FOR ALL THE ANSWERS! It's amazing! I learn so much by taking tests AND by being wrong, it's a win-win situation. Not only do I understand what the right answer is, but also the line of thought I should follow. I am terrible at gastroenterology, but after the feedback I'm becoming better and better!

I also love that you can select many subjects to study at once, it's a cool feature. Thank you very much for developing this app, it's been so useful! I wish I'd discovered it earlier in my career.

-Regina Becerril