The National Registry requires that testing for registration be completed within two years (24 months) of program completion and that each of the two parts be successfully completed with one year (12 months) of each other.
Boston Global EMS offers two options for NREMT Exam preparation and review
The National Registry is a not-for-profit, independent, non-governmental agency. Its free-standing structure is carefully guarded in order to preserve the integrity of the National Registration process. The National Registry certification is a widely respected achievement used in many states in lieu of local testing as a prerequisite for state licensure.
The use of the National Registry exams compares the student to a national standard and promotes reciprocity and mobility for EMTs and Paramedics.
American Health EMS and its educational partners strongly support the National Registry process. NREMT Certification examinations are intended to evaluate the competence of EMS practitioners at a variety of levels
The tests address content areas defined and validated by subject-matter experts, educators, and individuals working in EMS fields; and, they include two elements: 1) a computer adaptive cognitive exam and 2) a multi-station practical examination.