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The study guide, videos, articles and apps here will collectively give you a good review for the exam. Of course, your success depends on how well you know the material and how much experience you have applying your knowledge to scenarios.
For more in-depth reviews and NREMT prep, try the app finder to find something that fits your situation.
NREMT Exam Cram Study Guide
Tried and true, this guide highlights must-know items and helps you apply your knowledge to emergency situations.
- 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!
4 Steps to Evaluating NREMT Questions
If you’re going to take the NREMT, you have to know how to read and evaluate an NREMT-style question. Depending on what your class exams were like, the NREMT question structure might be totally new to you. Check out the 4-step process you should apply to exam scenarios.
5 YouTube Videos That Will Change How You Think About the NREMT
1. 2 Types of NREMT Questions
The National Registry doesn’t put unnecessary information into exam questions, so pay attention when you see a long NREMT question.
2. Clues in NREMT Questions (Patient Matching Exercise)
Train yourself to recognize clues within NREMT question stems.
3. EMT Review Office Hours: Difficulty Breathing
Just some good old fashioned practice questions: Three different patients, three different breathing emergencies.
4. Upper vs. Lower Airway Sounds on NREMT Questions
A good exercise and review for airway questions on the National Registry.
5. Vital Sign Trends (5-part Series)
Pathophysiology is a big part of the NREMT. How well do you understand pathophysiology? This short series looks at the ways the body compensates for shock, how that affects vital signs, what happens when the body can no longer compensate for shock, and how to use all this information with your patients (or on a test question).
Even more videos! We have a whole playlist for passing the NREMT, with new content added regularly. Go ahead and subscribe!
EMT Audio Lectures (and one for AEMT)
Below is a link to a short playlist of sample lectures from the EMT & AEMT Review Audio Lecture apps. They’re discussion-based (not just some dude droning on and on) and bring lots of real-life examples to the conversation.
These will help boost your knowledge and your application of that knowledge for the NREMT!
Head to YouTube to start the playlist
Yep, it’s exactly as good as it sounds. Test your readiness for the NREMT with a bunch of really good practice questions. Answer key included, of course.
101 Last Minute NREMT Study Tips App
These apps aren’t complete exam prep, but they are free, focused and fast tools for last-minute review. We created these free apps in partnership with EMS1.com after asking certified paramedics what they wish they’d known before taking the exam!
Everybody has questions about the NREMT. What’s on the exam? How does the computer adaptive thing work? Do you find out which questions you missed?
Recommended (But Not Free) NREMT Prep
There’s always more NREMT prep! If you need something a bit more comprehensive, in-depth and/or guided, check out our top-recommended apps and programs:
Our famous EMT, AEMT and Paramedic PASS apps are a little more challenging than the NREMT itself. We did that on purpose. If you can succeed on PASS practice exams, you can succeed on the NREMT. Check out the PASS apps.
The most affordable NREMT prep program there is! This site is especially good for people who struggled in class or who already failed the NREMT once. High quality questions closely resemble those found on the NREMT. Get a Premium membership.
In two hours, learn how to analyze NREMT test questions. This video walks you through practice NREMT questions (including TEIs) and teaches you how to approach challenging questions. There’s nothing else like it! Stream from LC-Ready.com.
If you’ve failed the NREMT 3 times, the National Registry requires you to take a 24-hour remedial course before your next attempt. This program is the most comprehensive course there is. Bonus: It’s not just a bunch of boring slides. Sign up for EMT remedial training.