Is firefighter exam hard?
I have found the written test to be the easiest part of the firefighter application process as long as you are well prepared for it. Make sure you take time to study hard for these tests. Take as many tests as possible to gain experience and confidence in the test taking process.
Is there math on the firefighter exam?
Much of what needs to be known is basic mathematics, but our exams do include some geometry and algebra as it pertains to fire service. Use a piece of scratch paper to calculate your answer and then check the number. Remember.
What kind of questions are on the firefighter test?
The firefighter written test can include; basic math, reading and oral comprehension, memory, spatial orientation, mechanical aptitude, written expression, and reasoning. It does not usually require previous firefighting knowledge.
What should I wear to firefighter test?
The CPAT dress code for the Orientation, Practice Sessions and Test is: Long pants(no shorts), T-shirt or sweatshirt, footwear with no open heel or toe, and no loose or restrictive jewelry. Candidates must be in proper CPAT attire before being allowed to participate in the orientation, practice sessions and test.
What does the firefighter exam look like?
The test takes 2-2.5 hours to complete. The written test is made up of two parts. You must pass part one before part two is scored. Part one tests mathematics and reading comprehension, part two tests characteristics of your personality, related to your job to determine indications of success as a firefighter.
Can you be colorblind and a firefighter?
Many fire departments require the passing of the Ishihara Color Blind test before recruiting and training new firemen. Fortunately, our ColorCorrection System has a 100% Success rate for passing the Ishihara Color Blind Test.
Should I shave my beard for a firefighter interview?
Any firefighter with a beard will need to wash it carefully after every incident to stay clean. If they don’t, those particles and carcinogens could contaminate the fire engine and station throughout the day. Therefore, the safest approach is to keep beard hair to a minimum to avoid this risk or to shave it all off.