Hey y'all. So I'm about halfway through my EMT-B course, and I;m doing really well. I have a 95% in the class so far, but I am concerned a bit.. A lot of the questions on the test are quite easy, and I feel like they don't reflect the real world accurately at all. For example, I had my cousin (paramedic for AMR) test me out with a mock patient assessment. He said that the pt was complaining of 8/10 abd pain that radiates to the back. I blanked and totally forgot to ask pertinent questions. He said, "Hint: it hurts when she urinates." ... still drawing a blank. Finally he said, kidney stones, man! What a simple answer!! I am a little concerned that my school isn't properly preparing me for the "real world" Any advice any of you guys have is welcome.