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Im about to take the new practical assessment that started this year, January. I finished medic school last year, when they weren't teaching for the integrated out of hospital scenario. Im concerned that since you only have one scenario now, that its going to be some crazy combination of all the stations from the previous version of practicals thrown into one. Maybe a hypoglycemic MVA with a tension pneumo, a couple of precision gunshots, torsades on the monitor, black widow bite, an amputation or two, a few nuns and babys in the car with respiratory failure and massive STEMI. Can anyone shed some light on this? What was the scenario like when you took it?
(Sorry, this is rather disjoined) I just took my national registry paramedic CBT today. Fairly certain I failed. The test cut me off at about 90 questions (I last looked at the numbers at Q78, only had a few after that). It seemed like there were very few questions geared towards ALS knowledge, and I know I got some of the questions wrong, which is leading me to believe that I failed miserably At least my state doesn't care if I'm nationally registered, my state test is scheduled for next month. Trying to look at the NREMT-P CBT as good practice, and now I know I really need to study for my state test (which my job depends on). I hate this wait for the official pass/ fail notification!