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This course will provide you with strategies and tactics to master the Entry Level Firefighter Written Exam. Every day firefighters are called upon to perform dangerous and complicated tasks at emergency incidents. The ability to think critically is a very important skill that must be mastered. The Entry Level Firefighter Written Exam measures your ability to think critically and perform under pressure.
Fire Alumni in conjunction with Stacy L. Bell-Pilchard, M.S. - Executive Vice President of Fire & Police Selection, Inc. has developed this course with you in mind. The lessons contained in this program will provide you with a BLUEPRINT of the most commonly tested topics found on firefighter written exams.
About Stacy Bell
Stacy L. Bell-Pilchard, M.S. Stacy is the Executive Vice President of FPSI. Stacy has a Master’s degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology and over 15 years of experience in the field. She is an expert at developing and validating tests and measures for pre-employment and promotional processes within the protective services industry and is the project manager of all test development and validation studies conducted at FPSI. Stacy conducts nation-wide candidate orientation workshops to help prepare candidates for success at their next recruitment process. She is also the of several articles and presentations and two nationally-published books: Testing in the Fire Service Industry: A Handbook for Developing Balanced and Defensible Assessments (2011) and Firefighter Exam for Dummies (2011).
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|Section 1: Intro|
|Section 2: Reading Comprehension|
|Section 3: Writing Ability|
|Section 4: Observation and Memory|
Observation and Memory
|Section 5: Mechanical Aptitude|
|Section 6: Spatial Orientation|
|Section 7: Mathematical Reasoning|
|Section 8: Human Relations|
|Section 9: Personality Traits|
|Section 10: Job Knowledge|
|Section 11: Practice Written Exam|
Practice Written ExamPreview
Fire Alumni was created to help individuals achieve their most ambitious fire service career goals by providing comprehensive training, and strategic counsel. Our vision is to prepare the very best candidates and providing individuals with opportunities to continually hone and develop their skills. We do this by becoming a strategic partner with trusted industry leaders who provide unparalleled training and skills development throughout an individual’s fire service career.