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Post the # your test stopped at, and if you Passed/Failed

Discussion in 'NREMT' started by Fire3456, Mar 27, 2008.

  1. Attason

    Attason Forum Probie

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    That's so awesome!!!! Merry Christmas
     
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  2. medTech65

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    Merry Christmas everybody!


    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
     
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  3. BirdmanZach

    BirdmanZach Forum Ride Along

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    120 taken at 9:45 this morning. Had my results and I passed as of 2:15. Dear god is that stressful.
     
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  4. Orly Vega

    Orly Vega Forum Ride Along

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    I need help, i just failed my first Nremt exam and i feel horrible.
    what can i do ? i know i have to wait 15 days, but since now im going to keep sturying.
     
  5. backcountrysplinter

    backcountrysplinter Forum Ride Along

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    110-ish ?'s 45min.
    Passed!!! Initial attempt
    heck yeah!
     
  6. OHgrl74

    OHgrl74 Forum Probie

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    120 questions and I passed emt-b
     
  7. OHgrl74

    OHgrl74 Forum Probie

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    It'll be ok, don't overthink it. Focus on ABC's and vitals. I thought there was a lot of unneeded info in the questions/scenarios
     
  8. StCEMT

    StCEMT Forum Deputy Chief

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    Figure out what your weak areas were. Use your test preps like jblearning, fisdap, or whatever (quality) source you have. Study. Study a little more. Retest.

    You can usually narrow down your options with the test. Follow your ABC's. Figure out what would come first or what the answer that is most right would be. Often you will find two answers you can rule out and two that are plausible.
     
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  9. Starlight939

    Starlight939 Forum Ride Along

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    Exactly 70 questions and it cut off. Took it at 4:45 last night results posted this morning before 7 am. I PASSED!!!!!
     
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  10. Attason

    Attason Forum Probie

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    Just keep studying hard, I know exactly how you feel I am in the same boat, don't get discouraged!! You can do this.
     
  11. MateoMateo

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    70 Questions on EMT-B, passed... felt like i was guessing on a lot of them though
     
  12. GONYR

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    Took my test this morning, Felt horrible after, If I passed it would be a Christmas Miracle. I don't get it I studied for 2 months atleast 5 hours a day and I feel that 90% of what I studied was not on the test and if it was on there it was worded totally differently. I used emt-national- training.com for my study material and it seemed that hardly anything that I studied was on the test, very frustrating. I was getting high 80's to mid 90's on there practice tests. If I did fail anyone know of the correct study material to use?
     
  13. NomadicMedic

    NomadicMedic formerly DEmedic

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    Of course it was worded totally differently.

    You can't study "for the test".

    You study to learn concepts, signs and symptoms and treatment for common EMS occurrences.

    The NREMT does not test your ability to remember questions and answers. It test your ability to use critical thinking to solve problems using the material that you studied.
     
  14. GONYR

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    120 questions and failed, Who knows of a good study guide to use on line. I am pissed
     
  15. luke_31

    luke_31 Forum Asst. Chief

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    You don't need a study guide, you either know the material or you don't. It's a computer adaptive test, try something like JB learning, it will simulate what the test is like and show you where your weaknesses are. Unfortunately a study guide is useless with a computer adaptive test as it tests knowledge, not if you can memorize what the answer to a question would be.
     
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  16. NomadicMedic

    NomadicMedic formerly DEmedic

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    Jb navigate.

    Download it to your device.

    Use it.
     
  17. Jon82

    Jon82 Forum Ride Along

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    Passed. 50-60something

    Add me to the list that saw questions and was wondering if I stumbled upon the wrong test. I had not read this thread before taking the test or I might have felt a little more comfortable when those questions came up. I did my best to take some educated guesses when I saw terms come up that we had never touched on in class and where not in my book. I studied like there was no tomorrow for this test. I read my textbook (Emergency Care 13th edition Daniel Limmer/Michael F. O'Keef) front to back at least twice and some chapters multiple times so I was a bit thrown off when these terms came up that I had never seen. I had also used a study guide/flash card book I bought as well just to get a different view. I did very well in my class as well with a high A. I also found some practice test that I went over multiple times. So when I saw some of these question my first thought was I had not been adequately prepared for the class and I was a bit upset when I walked out. I could not understand how the questions were so much different than what I had been studying.

    I started looking for answers as to why I felt this way and stumbled upon this thread. That's when I realized I might not be in such bad shape. A lot of people had similar experiences to myself when walking out of the testing center. A bit of hope started to creep in to my mind. But I did not want to let my guard down because I had done so well on all my previous test and this was a new feeling all together. I took my test at 1345 and got my results about 8 hours later. I do not really know how many questions I did. I only looked at that number once and it was somewhere around 35 and then I did quite a few more questions. If I had to guess it was somewhere in the 50 to 60 range. All I know is I walked in and roughly half an hour later I was leaving. Way to quick was the feeling. I called a friend and voiced my frustrations about the test. I was prepared to find some new methods to study and take another test within the month. What a relief to not have to do that! Needless to say I am going to keep at it and learn this stuff front to back and upside down and then some. Good luck to all who are reading this and are about to take it or those who are waiting!
     
    Last edited: Jan 4, 2017
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  18. David Riley Johnson

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    I just took my NREMT -B and took me about 40 mins and it shut off at 73 questions, I feel like I failed..
     
  19. Attason

    Attason Forum Probie

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    This is so good! I'm about to retake mine here soon.
     
  20. Lo2w

    Lo2w Forum Crew Member

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    Just finished mine - 70 questions....

    Hitting refresh like crazy
     
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