Take a peak inside the inner workings of the National Registry exam. Based on six years of research, the Special Weapons and Tactics Guide gives the student a back-stage-pass to the National Registry exam.
From computer based testing to item response theory, the SWAT Guide unravels how Registry questions are written, designed, developed and administered. Once the reader is given the knowledge of how the test works, they are armed with the weapons and tactics to defeat the exam.
The guide outlines nine specific tactics that the reader can use to help narrow down the possibilities and find their way to the correct answers. Then, the reader is asked to dissect nine National Registry type questions using the strategies outlined in the guide.
Inside the SWAT Guide:
- How the computer based test is administered
- How National Registry questions are developed and designed
- The specialized structure of National Registry questions
- Advice from National Registry Director Gregg Margolis
- The single question that fails more students than any other
- The biggest mistake most students make on the Registry test
- Nine tactics for finding the correct answer
- Nine Registry type questions dissected
- How to interpret your results
- How to develop a personalized study action-plan
- Where to find additional Registry content help
- What to do if you’ve already failed
Title: The National Registry EMT Written Exam SWAT Guide
Subtitle: Special Weapons and Tactics for Testing Success
Format: PDF File
Pages: 71; Chapters: 6 ; Words: 21,681 (Primary Font: Calibri 12)