First Responder Certification Exam Study Guide, Test Preparation & Practice Test
This written exam covers 6 areas, Airway and Breathing (17%), Cardiology (17%), Trauma (17%), Medical (16%), Obstetrics and Pediatrics (16%), and Operations (17%).
The practical exam covers 7 areas, Trauma assessment and Management, Bleeding control and shock management, upper Airway Adjuncts and Suction, Mouth-to-Mask Ventilation, Infant CPR, and Unresponsive Adult Obstructed Airway.
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Pilot Questions. Included in the questions, are 'pilot' questions, which don't count toward your final score, but may be used in future exams. It is impossible to tell a pilot question from the questions that will count toward your final score.
Passing Grade. There is no benchmark percent for passing or failing. You must demonstrate competency in the material covered. Generally, with CAT exams, the highly qualified candidates and poorly qualified candidates finish right away. Part of the CAT process is to test individual competency based on your answers so high and low candidates can be identified immediately.
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First Responder is a program of the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians.
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