Hi guys, I recently just graduated my EMT-B class. I'm currently looking into taking the national written test, as I have already passed my national practical in my class which follows the same guidelines as the national one. Anyhow, I wondered if learning EKG rates, rhythms, P-Wave, PR interval, QRS Interval, QT Interval, and being able to identify abnormalities would make me a better candidate in an interview as another skill that could separate myself from the rest of the basics. Any thoughts or comments? I started looking into it, and it doesn't look that terrible. I may end up learning it, whether or not it will help me an interview because it's just interesting more than anything. Would this separate me from other EMT-B students? Thanks.