5 expert tips for passing the NREMT exam
Pay attention to what each NREMT exam question is asking; study high-yield 'nooks and crannies'
Updated October 18, 2016
An EMT student recently emailed us at Limmer Creative after he failed the NREMT and asked for some advice. This is what we told him. Since exam season is rapidly approaching, we thought it was a good opportunity dust off and update one of our most popular topics.
1. Determine what the question is asking.
Many (or most) questions are scenario-based. They are relatively tight and have a minimum of information. Look at the question with a big-picture perspective first.