We recommend that you allow 2-8 weeks to study for the NREMT. Use our website, study your books, and review your classroom materials. If you have less time to study (i.e. the night or week before the exam), we can still be useful in that we expose you to the types of questions and the format of the NREMT. However, this is not the type of test you should cram for.
Snapshot is a quick glimpse at how you’ve done on past tests and an area where you can find additional practice links. And of course, our test day countdown clock. You will find nothing like this anywhere else.
No, it would be illegal to take their questions. We offer the same types of questions, that cover the same categories that you’ll see on your NREMT exam. They come from current DOT and state guidelines and currently used EMS educational texts.
We’ve set up our tests to be the same format as the NREMT. Once you’ve clicked “next” on the NREMT, you can’t revisit that question. Try a practice test.
Yes! We’ve helped thousands of students pass their NREMT test. You have to put in all the hard work, but we’re here for you along the way.
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When you look at snapshot, what colors are you seeing? The goal here is for each category to show a green bar, indicating you score an average of 80% on the quizzes in that category.
Check out the article we wrote on “What to Expect on the NREMT”.
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Check out our NREMT Info page and select your state. At the bottom of each state page you will see a list of EMS programs. Contact the program(s) you are interested in to get started with the registration process.Can I retake the EMT exam?
Yes. If you fail the NREMT exam, you are able to apply for retesting 15 days after your failed exam. You are given a total of 6 chances to pass the NREMT cognitive exam. After 3 failed attempts, you must submit proof you have completed remedial training (Visit EMT-CE.com for more info on Remedial Training for the NREMT cognitive exam). After remedial training, you have 3 more opportunities to pass the NREMT. If you fail all 6 attempts at the NREMT exam, you must complete the entire course again. It’s critical that you research your specific state requirements as well if you’re simultaneously trying to recertify your state EMS license/certification.How long is the Authorization To Test (ATT) letter valid?
90 days. If you do not pass your exam before the ATT letter expiration date you must complete a new application.Where do I schedule my NREMT exam?
Once you have completed the course and your Instructor has notified the state and the NREMT that you’re approved to test, contact Pearson Vue to get the NREMT cognitive exam scheduled.What is a passing score for the NREMT?
The exam is scored as a whole, if you pass you will not receive a description of your exam results. If you do not pass the exam, you will receive a report of your results. You will have your content areas described in 1 of 3 ways: Above passing, near passing, or below passing. Use EMTprep to help with the areas you are finding to be your weakest. Because of how the NREMT is set up, EMTprep has set a benchmark goal for you to get 85% or higher in each category, putting you in a good situation to go in and get above passing in every category when you take your exam.How long is the NREMT exam?
The test can shut off earlier but the time limit for each exam is:
EMR - 1 hour and 45 minutes
EMT - 2 hours
AEMT - 2 hours and 15 minutes
Paramedic - 2 hours and 30 minutes
EMR - 90-110 questions
EMT - 70-120 questions
AEMT - 135 questions
Paramedic - 80-150 questions
The NREMT exam is a Computer Adaptive Testing exam and is designed to get harder the more correct answers you select. This is to assess if you are able to stay above the minimum passing standard set forth by the National Registry board of Directors. This exam is tricky, but EMTprep is here to help you set yourself up to pass this test the first time!How do I schedule the NREMT exam?
Follow the instructions on the ATT letter to schedule your exam. Here are the 8 steps you need to take laid out by the NREMT so you can schedule your exam.