LP Research Resources January 21, 2018

EMS Practice Tests

Testing for any NREMT exam can be nerve-racking regardless of how prepared you are.  Confidence and peace of mind can be yours prior to testing if you take advantage of a practice test, especially those that give you immediate test grading. Many tests provide a detailed cumulative test scoring and test tracking; perfect feature because it allows you to see your progress throughout the entire test so you can improve your weak areas and optimize the areas you are already strong in. We strongly suggest everyone make use of practice testing.

The following is a list of Emergency Medical Certification testing centers and approved practice tests.

1.  http://emt-national-training.com/

EMT National Training states, “Whether you are testing for EMT, EMT-I85, AEMT, or Paramedic we have the EMT practice tests and exams to help you pass the national registry with flying colors. Updated to meet the new EMS Education Standards and written by Nationally Certified EMTs and Paramedics, this EMT training program allows you to instantly create your own practice tests online in order to study for the EMT national registry exam.

Just login, choose the category of emergency: Airway, Respiration and Ventilation, Cardiology and Resuscitation, Trauma, Medical/Obstetrics/Gynecology, EMS Operation or a combination Random test. Choose how many questions from 10-50…hit a button and your online exam is created, ready to be taken and instantly graded. It’s that easy.

EMT National Training now has an NREMT Simulation exam that can be used to gauge where you are likely to score on the real exam.”

2.  http://www.emtquiz.com/

EMT Quiz describes their testing as follows:

  • You get a complete EMT-B & NREMT preparation course online.
  • 2015/16 EMT- B & NREMT test strategies and comprehensive test review designed to meet and/or exceed the National Standard Curriculum. Hundreds of questions to practice similar to those on your actual exam
  • Multiple timed exams and quizzes to help you improve on your test speed
  • Computerized exam scoring with answer rationales to help you understand the material adequately.
  • Money Back Guarantee
  • Message Board to post questions & share info with other EMTQuiz.com members
  • Prepare for your EMT-B exam

3.  https://www.emstesting.com/default.aspx?i=

EMS Testing describes their program, “EMSTesting.com is a CoAEMSP compliant site specifically designed for Emergency Medical Service training. If you are an instructor, EMSTesting.com allows you to create and administer tests to your student’s online.

If you are a student, EMSTesting.com will help you in your preparation for the National Registry test and/or state certification exams with Computer Adaptive Testing (CAT).”

They offer a variety of support information, such as How to Take a Test”, “How to Study” and “How to Read a Textbook” videos, all of which have been updated for Students in EMSTesting.com.

4.  http://www.test-guide.com/free-emt-practice-tests.html

This affiliate provides some free testing; however, be sure what you obtain follows current certifications and is up-to-date. Test-Guide/EMT states, “Prepare for your upcoming EMT exam with our free EMT practice tests.  The sample questions in our EMT practice exams simulate the actual questions you will see on your exam.  Our sample exams require no registration, and include scoring and answer explanations.  EMT practice tests are an effective way to study for your NREMT exams.  Our free EMT practice sample tests provide you with an opportunity to assess how well you are prepared for the actual EMT test, and then concentrate on the areas you need to work on.”

Be sure to do some research before choosing your practice test provider. There are usually practice exam fees; look around-some are low and others can be quite high.  Some only require a one-time membership fee, others are fees per exam.  Then, verify if the testing material is NREMT and state certified and look for ones that are updated to meet the new EMS Education Standards. Many use old terminology and you need the most up to date tests, and they are better if written by Nationally Certified EMTs and Paramedics.