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415 realistic questions that will help you not only review key EMT concepts, but also familiarize yourself with the EMT CAT cognitive exam format.
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A crucial step in EMT certification is passing the CAT cognitive exam and psychomotor exam. EMT Responder, EMT (EMT), Advanced EMT (AEMT), and EMT-Paramedic (ERP) certification is managed by the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT).
The EMT certification is a recent revision to and replaces the EMT-Basic exam.
EMT exam topic breakdown:
• Anatomy and Physiology
• CPR and Defibrillation
• Open and Closed Wounds
• Head, Chest, Abdominal, and Facial Trauma, Musculoskeletal Injuries
• Spinal Injuries
• Ambulance Operations
• and more...
This free practice exam features 415 realistic questions that will help you not only review key EMT concepts, but also familiarize yourself with the EMT CAT cognitive exam format.
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There are several benefits to getting certified as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT):
PracticeQuiz has 7 full sets of questions, all originally written for the NREMT exams.
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