Okay first let me explain how I believe the NREMT computer based testing works, in california at least. You need what a 75 or 85 to pass the NREMT correct? Well, when other posters try to determine the significance of pass or fail vs. the number of questions they took on the test it would lead me to assume that the computer is grading you while you're taking the test. This is what I believe what happens, the computer kicks you out of the test when you have so many number of questions correct that you'll score higher then a 75 or 85 regardless if you were to get any more wrong. And vice-versa. The computer will kick you off if you get so many questions wrong that you wont be able to get a 75 or 85 regardless if you get the rest of the questions correct. So based on this theory, you can prove this by remembering the very last question you were asked, if you know you got it right then you pass, if you know you got it wrong you fail. So lets see if we can put together some test results similar to the # of questions post. I just took my NREMT on friday, still haven't gotten my results yet but I'm absolutely possitive I got the last question on the test correct. So I'm going to ask you to please post not only the number of questions you got to, but if you feel or know you got the last question on they exam correct or incorrect. Also if you dont understand what it is I'm getting at, or you just don't understand, let me know and I'll try to explain further. I've done my best to try to explain this. I'll put my results up hopefully tomorrow.
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