I have been hearing the same things my instructor suggested very strongly to know the rule of 9s the parkland formula drip rates and as many disease processes as possible...and of course your basicsSo the NRAEMT is NOT adaptive? I cant get a straight answer. Ive heard everything from it is to its not, some say its extremely challenging and goes beyond our scope (highly unlikely, but thats what i was told), and some say its easy and very basic. I love beta testing a new system.
Any definites would be very helpful folks, thanks!
They likely gave extra questions to see how well they worked out. If you read the big nasty screen of text prior to starting there is a message that a certain number of your questions will be ungraded and used for evaluation of the question itself. Considering how new AEMT is as a level, this makes sense that there would be that many extra questions.Mine went to 135 questions and several others that I talked to in my class also had 135 questions. I guess it's possible that it really was an adaptive test, and we were all riding the razor's edge of pass/fail right up to the 135th question, but probably not.