Hey all, Finished up my EMT-B class in December with above passing grades. Passed my MA state practical with flying colors and had my first attempt at the NREMT Exam in January which I didn’t do terribly on but still failed. Just had my retest Wednesday, got my results this morning and failed again but this time terribly- I was below passing in nearly every topic. This time around I really made sure to focus on studying the format of the test because that was what I had the hardest time with the first time around. I used pocket prep almost daily for three weeks before this retest. I really thought I’d have it this time around. I am just feeling so discouraged- especially after reading a lot of other forums about people in similar predicaments and reading responses from other people saying to just throw in the towel you’ll never become a good EMT, etc. I just ordered two books online to help study and subscribed to medictests.com ... does anyone have any advice on what I can do to better prepare myself? Has anyone else ever failed more than once and then passed their third time around? I don’t know if I’m just stupid or if I’m just overthinking all of the questions or what I’m doing wrong. I know my material and did very well in class. I’ve been working in an Emergency Department at a hospital for almost two years which is where I developed my passion for the world of EMS and helping people in need and want more than anything to pass this test. I don’t want to give up but am so discouraged.