Do you understand the pathophysiology of the airway and breathing well enough to answer these test questions? Video at the end breaks down the “what” and “why” of each question and answer.
Interactive Exam Prep
Learn how to read and analyze a test question. Take short tests, and then watch a video explaining each of the questions. You’ll gain a better understanding of what each question is really asking, and you’ll pick up important clinical information too.
Cardiology and Resuscitation
Cardiology and resuscitation are hugely important for the NREMT, especially the AHA guidelines. It’s easy to forget the basics! Try your hand at this test, then get the full breakdown in the video at the end.
Medical Emergencies & OB
This area requires you to apply critical thinking to your classroom knowledge. Test these skills on a variety of high-stakes situations.
This mini NREMT is an opportunity to practice your test-taking techniques. It covers each of the five areas on the national registry. This test may be small, but it will require all your concentration!
Operations are the “bookends” of an EMT course: The stuff at the beginning of the textbook and the stuff at the end. Test your knowledge of triage levels, hazardous situations, scene safety and more.
Paramedic Exam 1
Interactive exam 1 begins the interactive exam experience with a series of clinical questions in NREMT style to help you better understand how questions are written and how to best approach them.
Paramedic Exam 2
This exam focuses on some of the nooks and crannies of the paramedic scope of practice with pathophysiology, pediatrics and pregnancy questions.
Paramedic Exam 3
This interactive exam provides a variety of topics and provides insights on handling clinical decision making in NREMT questions.
Pathophysiology is a foundational topic for the EMT. A solid knowledge of pathophysiology opens the door to truly understanding a wide variety of medical and traumatic conditions.
Pediatric patients are among the most challenging. Can you recognize the key signs that will help you assess and treat infants, toddlers and kids?