October 18, 2016 at 11:02 pm #1275184kcoops44ParticipantOctober 19, 2016 at 9:32 am #1275295PokeyParticipant
I like the audio (have listened to AUD & FAR). There are/were two types of audio – One on MCQs and the other over the Concepts & some example problems. I tried listening to the MCQs while driving but it was to hard to listen and try to visualize In my opinion the MCQ audio may be good for sitting at a desk but out of the two – hands down is the concept audio.October 19, 2016 at 11:11 am #1275325jpowell31Participant
get the concept audio. listening it on the way to/from work, in the Dr's office, working out, getting a manicure….lol..makes you feel less guilty or agitated when you can't be studying and you don't have the time. beats staring at a screen all day and has tidbits that you may think you've nailed a few weeks back so haven't reviewed in a while and keeps them fresh or maybe reminds you to take another look at something.October 19, 2016 at 11:35 am #1275339RE2PECTParticipant
I've used all four concept audios and would recommend them. I mainly use it during my commute to work so it's mostly passive listening, but it's definitely helped nail down some concepts. It's a little hard to follow for FAR and BEC due to some of the calcs, but it's great for AUD and so far I like it for REG.
It's not going to give you everything you need, but it goes over most of the important topics without getting into too much detail.