(School) Assessment Testing

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The Assessment option allows school administrators to accept students into the Assessment Testing phase of a course. This means students will be enrolled in a course, but only have access to the assessment tests for that provider level. During this phase, they will not have access to linear or adaptive tests. The assessment tests allow the school administrators to better understand who the students are and what they know before officially being admitted into the entire course.


Cost: For student access to the Assessment phase is $5 and this cost does not come off the cost of the full course.

Note: Assessment Tests are also available to students who are accepted into the course via Full Access.


Assessments Available:

Entry Exam:  This assessment helps you to get an understanding of the student's current knowledge of their program and help you to see if remediation is needed.

  • Paramedic Entry Assessments: There are 2 versions of the exam: the Paramedic AEMT Entry Assessment and the Paramedic EMT Entry Assessment.  The respective versions evaluate the student's knowledge of that program. 

Math Assessment: This exam is designed to evaluate the student's cognitive abilities related to scientific mathematics and medical calculations before they have started an EMS training program. 

Learning Style Assessment: This assessment is designed to identify individuals learning styles so that classroom lectures, hands-on practice, and other experiences can be tailored to your educational preferences.  The questions are frequently scenario-based and require the student to answer with their first thought and/or rate it by a sliding scale. 

Professional Characteristic Assessment: This assessment looks at a student's integrity, empathy, self-motivation, appearance and personal hygiene, self-confidence, communication, time management, teamwork and diplomacy, respect, advocacy, and careful delivery of service.  

Reading Level Assessment: This assessment requires the student to write a letter or create an essay on why they have selected this potential career path.  They are given a Flesch-Kincaid grade level and additional details based on their writing.  

Student Motivation Assessment:  This assessment is designed to identify a student's motivation for entering the field and to create appropriate incentives for success. 

Test Anxiety: This assessment is designed to identify individuals who may have potential challenges with Test Anxiety. 


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