CCRN Adult Pocket Prep

CCRN Adult Pocket Prep

By Pocket Prep, Inc.

  • Category: Medical
  • Release Date: 2014-08-06
  • Current Version: 6.5.4
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 59.71 MB
  • Developer: Pocket Prep, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires Android / iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 743 Ratings


Pass the Adult CCRN exam on your first try! Create customized practice tests, view detailed answer rationales, and review your results with just a few taps. Pocket Prep is your award-winning tool in mobile learning and exam preparation. Pocket Prep allows you to study anywhere, anytime, right from your mobile device. We strive to make studying more efficient by redefining how you prepare for the Adult Critical Care Registered Nurse (CCRN®) exam. * Academics’ Choice “Smart Media” award winner * EdTech Digest “Cool Tool” award winner The Science Behind Mobile Learning: Overloading your brain with too much information at once is a common study mistake. Research has shown that smaller, more frequent study sessions are the key to knowledge retention. In other words, taking short quizzes on the go is a much more effective means of exam preparation than reading page after page in a textbook. Apps offer the benefit of interaction, which means you’re far more likely to remember a concept you engage with rather than one you’ve only read about. Take your CCRN® studies with you, no matter where life takes you. CCRN® Content Areas: - Cardiovascular - Pulmonary - Endocrine/Hematology/Gastrointestinal/Renal/Integumentary - Musculoskeletal/Neurology/Psychosocial - Multisystem - Professional Caring and Ethical Practice Get Started for Free: We provide a limited free version so you can get a feel for the app before deciding to upgrade. The free version offers 74 questions with detailed answer explanations. - 30 free questions available with download - 30 free bonus questions available through social media - 14-day access to the Question of the Day (QOTD) - Comprehensive test-taking strategy guide Unlock the Ultimate Mobile Learning Experience: A one-time in-app purchase grants full lifetime access to our CCRN® app. - 400 total practice questions and detailed rationales - Lifetime access to Question of the Day (QOTD) - Unlock all social media bonus questions - Unlock Exam Builder to create customized exams - Priority in-app support Pocket Prep Features: - No internet required - Study Modes: See answers as you go or at the end - Retake past exams with a single tap - Study reminders and QOTD notifications - Automatic test saving and retrieval - Detailed history and results reporting - Exam day countdown - Multi-device ready Our team of writers and editors are industry leaders who have meticulously crafted critical care practice questions and detailed answer explanations with you in mind. Since 2011, Pocket Prep has been the leader in mobile learning and has helped over five million students and professionals achieve more. Need help? Contact us through the app’s support section at any time for a response within 24 hours.




  • Ccrn failed

    By Patzkowsky
    I consider myself pretty knowledgeable in critical care, but I did not pass the ccrn. I used this app as my primary question bank. While I think some of the questions were helpful I also think some of the questions were to simplistic and or did not correlate to my ccrn questions. I also feel like the test bank was pretty small. So time to start studying again but I will not be using this app anymore. Going to switch to pass ccrn and their test bank questions.
  • Passed CCRN on 1st attempt :D

    By MoniDuke9
    This is a great app! Enabled me to find my weak spots and review them at any moment. Passing CCRN was surprisingly easy. Thanks!
  • Great brain exercise for CCRN test

    By icebluevelvet
    Highly recommended. Questions are straight to the point. May not be exactly the same as CCRN, but at half is pretty the same length or format. Great resource just to practice your brain in answering questions.. FAST. Time is definitely your biggest enemy when you’re taking the test. The faster you read the question and understand what it is asking you. The faster you get to eliminate what is not the answer and be left with the right choice. Make sure you take the time to read the question. And doing practice questions even if they won’t be the exact same questions on the test — will still help your brain think fast and make the quickest right choice. That’s the key to passing this nerve wracking CCRN test! And yes, I passed my test at 80%! I also did Barron’s 3 practice exams (2 in the book, 1 online), the AACN 2018 practice exam and I watched Laura Gasparis online videos twice! I did a total of 1500 practice questions and actually reviewed all the questions that I missed and I understand how I missed it. Mostly because I didn’t read the questions correctly. Be careful with those highlighted key words like “except” or “priority”. All the choices seems right except one, so pick the one that is not right. And all the choices are right but pick the one you would do first. Good luck! It was a very hard test. I took it yesterday 28Jul. But it was doable. Practice practice practice!! I also picked up the Certification and Core Review for High Acuity, Progressive and Critical Care Nursing 2018 that has 450 super long super hard questions. I only did the first 75 of the questions and did horribly, like 60% don’t panic, the hardest questions on the CCRN looks exactly like the ones on this book, but not all of them, you probably see about 25 super hard questions but you still have 25% chance of getting them right even if you’re just guessing. The rest of the hundred questions are pretty straight forward — meaning you either know the answer, or you miss read the question. You can easily eliminate the wrong answers or right answers if they are looking for that one wrong answer.
  • Constantly crashing.

    By cassb813
    This would be a great app if it didn’t constantly crash. I purchased the full app for 29.99 and did not even get through most of the questions before my exam because it would not load or would crash.
  • Lots of bugs

    By Toadstone
    The content and questions and UI of the app are great. My problem is the app freezes frequently and logs me out of my account and I have to log back in constantly. I have been the the middle of an exam many times and the app fails and I loose my progress. Yes, I have created an account, but if I’m mid exam it doesn’t save. I have an iPhone 6 Plus, 64GB. It’s been very frustrating loosing my progress when I’m mid exam, not to mention all the times it freezes and takes a long time to load.
  • Best review app

    By ajRom116 RN
    This app provides the best review for any certification prep. It also gives you a wide variety of questions for a reasonable price.
  • Great, quick study

    By Bella22luna
    I’ve stopped using FB, and instead, do this app... best idea ever! Already I have used some of the information in my job as an ICU nurse, as well as feel more prepared for my CCRN exam. The rationales are in depth; just what I need!
  • Passed the CCRN exam using this app.

    By maaron7
    This app is a great tool to study on the go. I used this along with the Laura Gasparis CCRN review videos and I passed on the first attempt. I highly recommend this app for your studying needs.
  • I passed!

    By kleejd
    I used this app daily to study for the CCRN. Although it was sometimes glitchy, I love the Question of the Day feature. I also loved the rationales, the ability to take short or long exams, and the ability to find one's own weak areas and then take an exam on as little as one area. I have recommended this app (prior to taking my CCRN exam) to numerous people, and now after passing, I will continue to recommend it!
  • Great App! Helped me pass the first time!!

    By Chris Ljucovic
    Between this CCRN review app, the AACN’s online review course, Laura Gasparis-Vonfrolio’s DVD’s, and Baron’s CCRN Review book I managed to pass the exam the first time! I love that there are rationales and references to go along with each question! I also like that you can set reminders to do the question of the day and when to study. For those of you who don’t think you have time to do this then you’re wrong!! I’m more than halfway through the FNP program while working full time and still managed to study and take the exam during the winter break, so it’s most definitely doable! Remember... the more knowledgeable one is, the safer are their patients! Good luck everyone!!