For as long as there has been an NREMT exam, students have been studying the wrong things. Our students re-read their books, look over exams, make flashcards. In short, they study facts.
Don’t just study facts. Study how to apply facts to emergency scenarios.
Don’t get us wrong. You need to know the facts. (If you haven’t learned the facts in class, you are in extra trouble right now.) But what students need to know for the NREMT—and what educators need to tell students—is that they need to practice application.
That was the genesis of Limmer Educations’s NREMT Exam Cram—a two page NREMT study guide that highlights the most important NREMT study concepts. It includes:
- A checklist of application-based areas for EMT students to study.
- Basic principles of pathophysiology.
- CPR facts.
- Study tips for the NREMT.
- Med term reminders.
- Skeletal anatomy.
- And more!
Please share the link with your fellow educators, students, and EMS practitioners. Enjoy!
P.S. When it comes to application, Limmer Education makes NREMT review apps that use this philosophy to prepare you to pass the NREMT—the first time .