Compiled from many years of teaching and working with students, this list provides 10 things that people who are successful on the NREMT do starting from the first day of class.
Advice from the former NREMT Executive Director, Bill Brown about what you need to know about the NREMT.
What really is the most important information in the stem of a question? We propose these 4 steps to better analyzing a NREMT question.
By Dan Limmer Most everyone remembers the stages of death and dying from those first few nights of EMT class – denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. In my years of helping students pass the NREMT, I have observed thoughts and actions similar to those familiar stages introduced by Dr. Kubler Ross. The stages begin […]
One of the biggest pieces of advice given for the NREMT (or any exam for that matter) is “Don’t read into the questions.” It is solid advice—yet many students don’t totally understand its meaning.
The 5 absolute worst pieces of advice on taking the NREMT exam found on social media. These are real!
Get practical tips on the best way to prepare, what to avoid, and other experience-based advice. Listen as Dan Limmer talks with Bill Brown, former Executive Director of the NREMT, about common exam prep mistakes.
Part 2 of Dan’s “Ask Me Anything” series to help people prepare for the NREMT. Learn tips and tricks for reading a NREMT style question, test your knowledge on the questions provided and hear what your follow students are asking about!
In a scenario of a 56-year-old man with chest pain and respiratory distress, Dan discusses how to break down a test question. He demonstrates how to reach the most appropriate answer by analyzing key points and thinking through each possible option thoroughly.
Recognize important clues to look for in a question about a patient in respiratory distress. Listen to Dan describe how to analyze the question to see what it is telling you about the patient before even looking at the answers.