It does do a good job of testing things at a thinking level rather than a memorization level. My comment refers to my reaction to this style of test. I also appreciate the fact that the test is available at so many times and locations
I took the CBT Paramedic test this morning around 10:45 am got done 15 minutes past noon, test stoped me at 81 questions. Waiting for results still, will update with new post containing if I passed or failed when I get the results.
I feel like I am going to crap my pants, I passed my Practical 1 year ago and finnished Paramedic school almost 2 years ago... so its been a while.
I think I had an issue with trauma cause it felt like almost all my questions where traumatic related respitory issues.
I only had 3 rythem strips, no drug calcs at all, only a handfull of operation questions, no ACLS questions. the test ended with a really easy question which scares me!
70.. passed.. and I knew I did,,, got the last question right. I had 3 ALS control drug questions but I got them right using the "sounds like" technique
We used Bradys for the class and Mosby's for our self review ( me and 3 firemen) .. We were very well prepared and using mosby and about 30 hours of intensive review we all passed ... Mosby was the best tip I got from this site..The firemen taking the test with me had 120,84,91 questions