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gWhiz Announces New Mobile App for Emergency Medical Professionals; Barron’s EMT Exam Review Allows for Prepping on the Go

March 31, 2013

Mobile app developer, gWhiz LLC, and leading publisher, Barron´s, have teamed up to create a practical and portable learning tool for would-be emergency medical technicians everywhere. The latest educational mobile app from gWhiz, Barron´s EMT Exam Review, allows users to review key material at their own pace and wherever they happen to be.

Annapolis, MD (PRWEB) March 31, 2013

Emergencies are a fact of life. But prepping for the Emergency Technician Exam should not be one of them. Leading publisher, Barron´s, and educational mobile app developer, gWhiz LLC, have partnered to create an innovative and eminently portable learning tool for would-be emergency medical technicians nationwide. Their latest collaboration, Barron’s EMT Exam Review, is an educational mobile app like no other on the market today. It allows candidates preparing for the EMT exam to study on the go and at their own pace.

Based on the latest material, Barron´s EMT Exam Review is a comprehensive learning tool that enables users to customize their study plan. The app includes two question types – on-the-scene scenarios in flash card format and multiple-choice questions with detailed answers available in quiz or browse mode. Organized into 26 highly relevant medical topics, users can easily identify problem areas and focus their review where they need it most.

“We believe in the power of mobile to redefine the learning landscape, making education not only more accessible but, ultimately, more efficient.” remarks Kevin Reville, gWhiz founder. “With our new Barron´s EMT Exam Review educational mobile app, users are able to optimize their study schedule by taking the app with them wherever they go.”

Barron´s EMT Exam Review is now available in iTunes. Initial download of the app delivers one complimentary multiple choice question in all 26 medical topics and 5 on-the-scene scenarios. By purchasing the expansion pack in the app for $9.99, users will have access to over 70 on-the-scene flash card scenarios and 426 multiple-choice questions with answer explanations. Users can track their progress using the detailed analytics available within the app including exam history, strength by topic, and overall progress, and tailor their study schedule to best suit their needs. Barron´s EMT Exam Review is a tool that busy emergency medical professionals cannot do without.

About gWhiz

Launched in 2008, gWhiz has established itself as a leading provider of engaging mobile educational applications. The company is focused on developing innovative educational software to foster a lifetime of learning for professionals and students of all ages. With hundreds of titles currently available on many platforms including Apple’s iOS devices, Android (including the Kindle Fire and Nook), BlackBerry, and Netbooks, the company´s depth of experience is unmatched in the industry. gWhiz believes that contemporary mobile technology provides a unique opportunity to offer powerful, entertaining, on-the-go learning and student collaboration tools. For more information, go to http://www.gwhizmobile.com or visit us on Facebook or Twitter.

About Barron´s

Founded in 1941, Barron´s Educational Series, Inc. rapidly became America´s leading publisher of test preparation manuals and school directories. Among the most widely recognized of Barron´s many titles in these areas are its SAT and ACT test prep books, its Regents Exams books, and its Profiles of American Colleges. On average, Barron´s publishes more than 300 new titles a year and maintains an extensive backlist of well over 2,000 titles. Barron´s books are instantly recognized for their variety, reliability, and quality by retailers, educational and institutional book buyers, and not least by the reading public everywhere.

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