Wow, this is the first time I known someone who can take the test that quick. First you have to finish the program, UNTIL the last day of class, then the program director fax the paper to AANP, then they (AANP) have to email you the pass notification, then they give the code in the mail for the test, then you have to schedule your test which, usually is not whatever date you want, you have to select the date that is left, I personally have to wait for space of two weeks.... the first student in my class who pass took 25 days, we are 48.
Then, I have not meet anyone going to the test without reading, preparing at least, most of us work and study, I know two who did not work and they spend more time studying... so, this sounds WAY to good to be true... about the review is not necessary, it may be possible, but I will think you have have to study in the last semester of school, which for us we have over 300 hrs of clinicals plus class... then, why to buy the 10 exam questions, if so, you already know what is in the test... they were helpful or just reinforce what you already know?... No problem with the answers? mmm, they were all correct?
They say that many of the reviews in Amazon and other companies are written for people paid to give their opinion because "reviews" work as a marketing tool... so... I am not sure about your comment.
Thanks for sharing...