NEW & REDESIGNED! To better help you study for and pass the NREMT exam, we have redesigned EMT PASS to include smaller topical review questions and two summative final exams. All questions have been revised and updated to provide for the best learning experience. Topical review tests include sections on Airway, Cardiology, Medical, Trauma, Operations, OB & Pediatrics. All review tests include a detailed written rationale to help you better understand the answer and how to interpret an NREMT style question. Once you are ready to test your readiness and challenge your stamina, move on to the two simulated 120-question NREMT exams in the test section. Still the tough, high-quality questions you have come to expect from Bill Brown, former executive director of the NREMT, the redesigned EMT PASS will prepare you like no other for passing your certification exam.
This app was good, not great, in preparing me for my NREMT. I ultimately passed in my first attempt, but I attribute that more to my education than this app. I wanted to love the app. I spent a lot of time and money using EMT Prep in advance of the NREMT, but ultimately, I don’t think it was worth the cost. PROS -Helped prepare me for the types of questions and format/style of the exam. -Reminded me about some content I hadn’t thought or remembered to review. CONS -I found many questions either directly conflicted with what I’d been taught in school, or even with other questions asked within the app. -No way to get clarification when answers between 2 questions conflicted. Explanations are always given for answers, but no way to compare them if they conflict. -Absolutely shook my confidence in what I thought I knew. Overall, I was much more prepared than I thought when I purchased this app. The app led me to believe I didn’t know anything and would fail the NREMT. I somewhat panicked the morning of even though I KNEW MY STUFF. I don’t think the app gave me a fair assessment of what I knew, and I totally disagree that it is updated every year. Some of the content was definitely out of date!
Failed the NREMT 3 times and then used this app to study for the 4th attempt and passed at 71 questions. Make sure to read and understand the reasoning behind the correct answer and you’ll do great! If I could give 10 stars I would
Using this app isn't the best option; however, it breaks the sections into the 5 NREMT content area. Which is nice. The downfall is that it limit you on questions and not having more questions. For instance, you pick OBSTETRICS you are only given 40 questions maxed. No new questions throughout the day. There two tests about 120 questions. I highly not recommend this app to you. But study your books and other resources.
Anyone who gave this a bad review needs to study more. The questions mock registry very well and made passing the nremt a cakewalk. Worth every penny.
Absolute biggest waste of money. Not helpful at all. The app is glitchy and terribly made. The questions are so much harder than the NREMT, but not in a way that helps you improve. Many of the questions are dumb and irrelevant for the EMT level. Do not buy! I passed the NREMT first try and would recommend studying the course content and using EMT prep (it’s way better!)
A lot of their “correct” answers are a direct contradiction to what the book/class teachers you. That is not helpful.
This app offered me a lot of hard questions that forced me to think and develop a better understanding of the core concepts. The practice tests were excellent because after you work threw all the modules you use what you learned to interpret new questions. I passed the NREMT first go, 70 question cut off in under 30 mins thanks to this app.
The questions are really hard. I love the explanation of why the right answer is right but at the same time these feel like paramedic questions
After purchasing this app I thought it was alright but the questions are horrific for example “32-year-old male who is a non swimmer fell form his boat. His fishing partner called 911 when you arrive his partner is swimming to shore with him in a cross-chest carry. You helped pull him from the water he is unresponsive apnea and you have a weak pulse. You should next”. A. Begin chest compressions B. Deliver rescue breaths C. Administered oxygen by non-breather mask D. Insert an OPA airway I said answer D It said B I’m no expert and I may be wrong but I am very positive it is D you never want to do a rescue breaths on someone because they could have a sexually transmitted disease by you putting your lips on someone could transmit the disease to you. Also this guy probably has a lot of water in his system and end up throwing up in your mouth while you’re doing it.
10 minutes into reviewing and taking the test I can say it’s the closet NREMT style review and test prep. Definitely would recommend.