Moises_20's Review of NavrulesReviewed on 9/17/18 2:13 PM
Very good and useful app to study for dwo but there’s about more than a handful of questions that the answer wrong. It needs to be fixed
Salexis42's Review of NavrulesReviewed on 8/16/18 5:07 PM
So helpful for all members of the bridge team.
Goalieace93's Review of NavrulesReviewed on 7/11/18 6:01 PM
When attempting to delete prior test records the app crashes. I can’t figure out how to report this to the developer
CaptainKJQ's Review of NavrulesReviewed on 11/18/18 7:37 PM
Once again David has really done it! This is the best ap regarding navigation rule study that I've seen. . I own, and have read everything that David Burch has written. David is an accomplished navigator,weatherman and writer. It is no surprise that he would create such a great ap. I highly recommend purchasing this ap as well as all as anything David has written. You won't be disappointed. David owns Starpath School of Navigation.
Tate3441's Review of NavrulesReviewed on 11/18/18 7:37 PM
I am a US Navy Captain Surface Warfare Officer (SWO) who continues to expand my knowledge as a professional mariner with this and other tools from the pros at Starpath. This intuitive product is easy to use and fully up to date with the latest version of the new Nav Rules and Regulations Handbook (supercedes COMDTINST M16672.2D). A couple of features that are invaluable: the "filter" function lets you filter out portions of the test bank by keyword, e.g., if your course won't test you on Western Rivers, you can filter sample questions for the word "western". Also, after taking several practice tests over time, you can filter the next test to only give you questions that you missed on previous attempts. I had one question in which I thought the test database was incorrect. I used the "helpdesk" email and received a response from the head of Starpath, Dr. Burch himself, who tactfully showed me that the error was mine, pointing me to the specific page in the new rule book where i had overlooked the answer! The full app is a great resource for any Navy or Merchant Mariner to keep up the critical skills that are fundamental to our professions. BZ to Starpath!
TammyGaleX's Review of NavrulesReviewed on 11/18/18 7:37 PM
If you are getting ready to test or upgrade its great to see how far you are off. Having it on the phone and can do a few questions whenever I have a couple of minutes is awesome. Better then carrying a big or small computer around with disks. In a week have already brought my score up big time. I highly recommend!!!!
First time mom in Virginia's Review of NavrulesReviewed on 11/18/18 7:37 PM
Best App ever! I used this to study for my test and ended up getting a 100% on it. The question pool are literally questions from the exams. The pictures are how you would see it on the exam too. I think what was most useful was when you got a question wrong it would site the exact part in the rules book where the answer is. Absolutely worth the money. Absolutely.
msturg's Review of NavrulesReviewed on 11/18/18 7:37 PM
Great interface with the rules. Learn the rules, test and retest until you get it right. Aced my rules exam (100%) thanks to this app.
Rina Suelto's Review of NavrulesReviewed on 11/18/18 7:37 PM
Would be 5 stars... But for an app that claims to help you get ready for the Rules of the Road test, some wrong answers are just not acceptable. Most of the wrong answers I found were in the lights section. Good app to help you get a feel for the test, but very unreliable to actually get you to PASS.
Captain Alatriste's Review of NavrulesReviewed on 11/18/18 7:37 PM
I found this app very useful; and so far it has been bug-free. It has all the USCG questions, and while it can present them randomly at user choice, it’s even more useful (to me, anyway) when it presents the questions as a ‘set’, because then you get a sense of the USCG’s perspective on an issue; the questions then seem to be attacking a concept from multiple angles. What is nice is the availability of so many user options. You can practice with no record being kept, practice with scoring, and if desired, one can easily reset the scores to zero and begin again fresh. Also included in the Reference section is a library of US and Canadian Navigation Rules, as well as a bibliography of maritime law resources. A set of 87 flash cards are readily linked with their associated questions. My only suggestion is to use a darker shade of the green font in the answers. The present green lacks contrast when displayed against some of the Caribbean Sea wallpaper photos. All in all, a handy and effective way to prep for the Masters exam, or perhaps even more importantly, for the skipper who wants to know the Rules and be as professional as he or she can be.