Having Trouble Passing NREMT-B - Suggestions?


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It's the National Standard Curriculum. It's also the "learning objectives" listed in each chapter.

While you can certainly download the NSC, it's not useful for learning anything other than what you need to know. We use the NSC to build classes and methodology to teach you the content, we don't use it as a delivery device. That's not what it's designed for.

Also, reading the book over and over doesn't help if you are a kinaesthetic or auditory learner. It'll just frustrate you.