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Craig,

I am a current volunteer firefighter that is looking to make that next step
into making my "hobby" my career. I am currently an EMT-B and will graduate
paramedic school on Dec 22.

I am in need of assistance on tips with the testing process. I have taken
the Denver area DRCOG multiple times and the FireTEAM test with a few
departments. My concern is that I can't seem to "figure out" the FireTEAM
test and on Dec. 3 I am taking it again for the department that I said I
was going to work for when I start this career path. I have scored in the
low to mid 80s when I have taken this test in the past and would love to
improve by at least 10 points. I score above average on the DRCOG test,
high 80s, but again need to look at that test differently to improve.

Thank you,

Ken

 

Thanks Ken for the question if anyone can provide some insight, please do, I will see what I can find too...

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