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EMT Certification Exam Flashcards
iOS Universal Education
Put this little gem in your study toolkit and learn on the go. With 490 high-yield flashcards covering must-know information for the EMT certification exam, this app is all you need to succeed.
McGraw-Hill Education's EMT Certification Exam Flashcards mobile app offers a succinct, comprehensive, and portable review of the essential concepts students need to remember for their certification exam. Each two-sided card features a question on one side with a detailed answer on the flip side. Comprehensive answers include not only text but also lists, tables, and images.
Initial download of the app provides 19 sample questions in 9 categories with more questions available through in-app purchase. Categories include:
· Patient Assessment
· Shock and Resuscitation
· Special Patient Populations
· EMS Operations
Within the app, choose the study mode that best suits your knowledge level and personal goals. Select adaptive mode to review the material at your own pace and create a personalized learning plan, picking which cards to study and in what order. Assess your progress in self-test/quiz mode and focus your study time on your weakest subjects. Or turn study time into play time with the Matching mode which turns the flashcards into a concentration-style game.
McGraw-Hill Education's EMT Certification Exam Flashcards application allows you to take control of your test prep time and optimize your results. Harness the knowledge of McGraw-Hill Education's experts to achieve the score you deserve.
The content for this application was created by Peter DiPrima, Jr, EMTP and Scott S Coyne, MD, EMTP. DiPrima is a Lead Paramedic for the Holbrook Fire Department in Suffolk County, NY, Volunteer Firefighter/Paramedic with the Lakeland Fire Department, Long Island, New York, and Certified Instructor Coordinator for the Suffolk County EMS. Scott S. Coyne, MD, is Police Chief Surgeon and Medical Director of EMS Training Programs for the Suffolk County Police Department in Huntington, New York.
Have a question or would like to share your feedback, please send us an email at: McGraw-Hill.Education@gwhizmobile.com
Fix for infrequent Adaptive mode issue