Pass the EMT with the Least Amount of Studying

The EMT test is a required condition for employment with ambulance service organizations in the US. Emergency Medical Technicians – EMTs – constitute the main body of the United States Emergency Medical System (EMS) with more than 500,000. EMT certifications are in high demand in many police and fire departments. Other employment opportunities for EMT certificate holders include positions in the industrial and entertainment industries. The exam is administered by the  National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NRMET).

Exam Eligibility


Although individual States have their own standards for certification (or licensure, depending on circumstances), it must always satisfy the minimum requirements established by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.



Exam Registration


Register online at the official website of the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians www.nremt.org/



Exam Details


Since January 2007 the EMT exams has been a combination of computer-based testing and a pen-and-paper examination.
The official website of the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians provides a listing of  examination sites across the country. 
The cognitive examination component is computer adaptive, which allows questions to be tailored to the individual candidate. This means that when a question is answered correctly, the next one will be slightly more challenging; while if a question is answered incorrectly, the next one will be slightly easier. This way no two exams are exactly the same.
There is also a psychomotor examination – all arrangements for the taking of this should be made in advance.
The final examination takes the form of cognitive tests and a practical examination. There are various levels of certification, ranging from EMT-B (Basic) to EMT-I/85 and EMT-I/99 (Intermediate), and EMT-P for paramedics



Exam Levels


There are four levels of EMT Certification:

First Responder Exam
EMT- Basic
EMT- Intermediate
Paramedic Certification



Exam Contents


First Responder exam

80-110 questions
1 hour 45 minutes

For EMT-Basic

70-120 questions
2 hours


EMT Intermediate

85-135 questions
2 hours 15 minutes


Paramedic certification

It comprises of 80-150 questions
2 hours 30 minutes.



EMT Practice Test Questions


Taking Vital Signs



Pass the EMT with the Least Amount of Studying

 

Complete EMT study guide prepared by a dedicated team of expert researchers.

 

Includes sample questions, how to make a study plan, test tips and complete review.

EMT Study Guide & Practice Test

Study Guides available : ECA Basic Exam, EMT Intermediate 85 Exam, EMT Intermediate 99  Exam, EMT Paramedic Exam


EMT Flash Cards & Practice Test Questions

THe EMT is a content test that evaluates how much you know, not your ability to answer tricky questions.  The best strategy for a content exam is to memorize as much information as you possibly can.  Flash cards are an easy and fast way to learn a huge amount of material.  

EMT flash cards & Practice Test

Flash Cards available : ECA Basic Exam, EMT Intermediate 85 Exam, EMT Intermediate 99  Exam, EMT Paramedic Exam




EMT APPS for iPhone, iPad and Android