So you want to pass your firefighter aptitude test. Having challenged the firefighter exam myself and seeing many different test versions, I know that any extra material you can get your hands on the better. To help me study, I used this website. It has plenty of practice tests, study guides and preparation materials to give you the edge you need to pass your exam. I thought that since many guests who visit my blog are currently members or future members of the fire service, I thought it would be wize to pass this resource to you.
Here’s a little more information you might need before making your decision on whether you want to use their service:
Their fire fighting questions and study guide are written by a staff of Nationally Certified Firefighters with over 20 years of experience and this experience is included in their examinations. Each question is based upon the NFPA 1001 Standard for Fire Fighter Professional Qualifications. This national standard is used by most fire departments to certify at the Firefighter 1 and Firefighter 2 levels.
Their study material is interactive and it will give you feedback on how your progressing through the questions.
Once you register, your able to create your own practice tests for your specific needs. All the questions are multiple choice and you get your results as soon as you finish. They also allow you to take a tour of their service once registration is done.
This website has multiple categories so you can get familiar with all the types of questions your might encounter.
What I really like about this service is how they let you customize your practice test. So let’s say your weak area is mechanical aptitude, then select more of those questions. This service is really made to strengthen your weak areas and ultimately for the best user experience.
In closing, I’m very aware that getting into the fire service is a very stressful affair. For many people it’s their dream job and they are willing to do anything to achieve it. As I’ve mentioned in previous articles, the key to success is being prepared. So my best advice to you is to build your confidence and fire fighter knowledge with practice exams. Take the opportunity to better your weak areas of knowledge and fine tune the things you are already strong in.
If you think you need to fine tune your skills with practice material, click here!
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