Updated version introduces tips on improving memory and time management. Provides insider knowledge on the interviewing process and career paths. Practice exams come with self-scoring tables and answer keys, so students can practice on their own.
Some users report that the guide does not accurately replicate what the actual firefighter test looks like.
Top-selling prep book that has a brand-new chapter that covers mechanical reasoning, which firefighters are now required to demonstrate. Includes 7 practice exams with answers and explanations.
Not all details are specific to all municipalities, but it provides the basics for studying multiple areas of the real exam.
A revised edition of a popular firefighter's exam study book with current information, more practice tests (7 total), and new chapters. Written by New York City Fire Department Assistant Chief Ronald Spadafora.
Not quite as comprehensive as some competitors. A few readers didn't find some of the information very relevant.
Textbook was written by retired fire chief Jeffrey Lindsey, Ph.D. Paperback edition includes 400 IFSTA, NFPA, and REA flashcards and online practice to help you make the most of your study time.
More expensive than many similar books.
Made by professional firefighters. Designed specifically for the written portion of the certification exam. Arranged in 27 chapters to make it easier to comprehend. Includes over 1,500 multiple choice questions that mimic the exam, so students have a better understanding of what the test will resemble.
It does not contain information on interviewing or physical requirements.
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