Free Firefighter Practice Test Questions and Answers [2023]

Here you'll find free Firefighter practice test questions and answers, and information on various entry-level and advanced Firefighter written exams. Let's get started.

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Common Firefighter Exam Questions

This firefighter written exam practice includes 4 Numerical, 4 Verbal, 2 Deductive questions, 3 Mechanical Reasoning, and 2 situational Judgment questions and answers. Try answering them to see how well you'll do, good luck.

Firefighter Numerical Reasoning Questions (Math Practice)

1. If production for the brewery in Ottawa, Canada was expected to increase by 40% in 2022

Brewery Operational
3.6 12
0.3 2.2
2.8 3.5
0.28 8
0.3 7
Brewery Monthly
12,000 120% 25
1,200 90% 3
8,000 70% 14
1,000 80% 3
4,500 110% 8

*1 liter is sold for 1.5 dollars.

By how many thousands of liters would its monthly output differ in 2022 compared with the output in 2020?

A. 80 less.

B. The same.

C. 150 more.

D. 400 more.

E. Cannot say.


The correct answer is C - 150 more.

First, determine the expected monthly output of the Canadian brewery in 2022:
Monthly output for 2022= [monthly output for 2021 x (100 + expected increase in %)] / 100 =
(1,000K x 140) / 100 = 1,400K litres

Next, calculate the monthly output of the Canadian brewery in 2020:
Monthly output for 2020 = monthly output for 2021 / total output as a percentage for 2020 = 1,000K / 80% = 1,250K litres

Finally, calculate the difference between the output in 2022 and in 2020:
Monthly output for 2022 – monthly output for 2020 = 1,400K – 1,250K = 150K litres

Thus, 150 more litres of beer were produced per month in 2022 compared with 2020.


💡 HintWhen solving Table and Graph questions look for patterns and trends in the data. Are there any outliers or unusual values? Are there any trends that are evident in the data? This will help you to draw conclusions and find the best solution.

You can find more Numerical Reasoning Firefighter test questions in the Firefighter Written Exam, FACT Test, and the Gledhill Shaw Firefighter exam PrepPacks.

 2. A store sells widgets. The number of widgets sold per customer on a particular day is in the table below.

Number of

Number of

1 37
2 13
3 18
4 9

According to the table, how many widgets were sold on this day?

A. 77.
B. 87.
C. 153.
D. 770.

The correct answer is (C) - 153.

According to the table, 37 customers bought 1 widget each for a total of 37 × 1 = 37 widgets.

13 customers bought 2 widgets each for a total of 13 × 2 = 26 widgets.

18 customers bought 3 widgets each for a total of 18 × 3 = 54 widgets.

9 customers bought 4 widgets each for a total of 9 × 4 = 36 widgets.

The total number of widgets sold was:

37 + 26 + 54 + 36 = 153 widgets.


💡 HintUse the information provided for each group of customers to determine the overall sum of widgets sold.

You can find more Math firefighter test questions and answers in the CPS Firefighter Test, FCTC Written Test, and the FireTEAM Test PrepPacks.

3. A man walked at a pace of 5 mph for 3 hours and then ran at a pace of 8 mph for half the time.

What was the total distance in miles that he covered?

A. 5

B. 8

C. 16

D. 24

E. 27


The correct answer is (E) - 27.

Velocity * time = distance

First part of the trip: 5 * 3 = 15 miles
Second part of the trip: time = 3/2=1.5h
8 * 1.5 = 12 miles
Total distance: 12 + 15 = 27 miles


HintRemeber: Velocity * time = distance

You can find more Firefighter Numerical Reasoning test questions in the NFSI Firefighter test, and the FST exam PrepPacks.

4. Chris would like to purchase a 52" LED television. He has already saved 3/5 of the cost of the television. His family offered to pay 33% of the price as a birthday present so now he only has to save an additional 63 pounds in order to be able to afford the television. How much does the television cost?

A. £900.

B. £930.

C. £945.

D. £1020.


The correct answer is A - £900.

Indicate the cost of the television by "T" and form an equation using the given data:
T x (3/5) + T x 33% + £63 = T

This equation can be solved in either of the following ways:

Convert 33% into a fraction:

Note that 33% ≠ 1/3, rather 33.33% = 1/3. Thus, to convert 33% from a percentage to a fraction, divide it by 100:
T x (3/5) + T x (33/100) + £63 = T

Use a common denominator of 100:
(T X (3/5) X 100 + T X (33/100) X 100 + 63 X 100)/100 = T
(T X (3 X 100/5) + T X (33 X 100/100) + 6,300)/100 = T
(T X (300/5) + T X 33 + 6,300)/100 = T
(T X 60 + T X 33 + 6,300)/100 = T
(60T + 33T + 6,300)/100 = T    //Multiply both sides of the equation by 100, to eliminate the denominator
100 X (60T + 33T + 6,300)/100 = 100 X T
60T + 33T + 6,300 = 100T
6,300 = 100T - 60T - 33T
6,300 = 7T
T = £900

Convert 3/5 into a percentage:
To convert a fraction into a percentage, express the fraction with 100 in the denominator. As the denominator is 5, you need to multiply both the numerator and the denominator by 20:
3/5 = (3x20) / (5x20) = 60/100 = 60%

Thus, you get:
T x 60% + T x 33% + £63 = T x 100%
63 = T (100% - 60% - 33%)
63 = T x 7%                                           
Since 7% = 7/100, multiply both sides by 100
6,300 = 7T
T = £900


💡 Hint - Create an equation representing the total cost of the television using the information given about the savings, family contribution, and the additional amount needed to afford the television.

Firefighter Verbal Reasoning Questions

In this test, you will be asked questions that assess your ability to comprehend written information and draw conclusions from it.

5. About half of all women and many men will experience urinary tract infections at some point in their lives. They are usually caused by Escherichia Coli (E. coli) bacteria.
It is common knowledge that E. coli can grip human cells using appendages with tiny protein hooks on their tips, but this protein's structure, or how it interacts with human cells, is less-known.
The hooks consist of interlinking chains of this protein, called FimH, which are difficult to pull apart into separate molecules. Researchers in Switzerland have recently managed to isolate individual FimH molecules for the first time.
They found that when FimH is pulled by tensile forces – as during urination – the protein grips tightly to the sugar molecules that coat the surface of human cells, making it very hard to flush out. When urination stops, the force disappears, the protein can release its grip, and the bacteria now move to the bladder.

Statement: Half of the population will suffer from a UTI during their lifetime.

What is the truth value of the statement?

A. True.

B. False.

C. Cannot Say.


The correct answer is: Cannot say.

The passage states that half of all women will suffer from UTIs in their lifetime – that's one-quarter of the population. It also states that men get them too, but the number of men who will suffer from them is not mentioned; one cannot conclude that this is the same number as women (also half) or less.


💡 Hint
To determine the truth value of the statement, pay close attention to the information provided about the proportion of women and men who will experience urinary tract infections at some point in their lives. Consider whether there is enough information to make a conclusion about the entire population.

You can find more Reading Comprehension Firefighter Civil Service exam practice test questions in the National Fire Select Test, LAFD Firefighter Exam, and the Firefighter CWH Exam PrepPacks.

6. In 1988 Baltic States were in open defiance of the Kremlin. On August 1989 half the adult population of the Baltics formed a human chain stretching the entire length of the three republics to protest against the fiftieth anniversary of Soviet rule. In the parliamentary elections, they gave Sajudis the power to be elected to the Supreme Soviet in Moscow allowing their voices to be heard nationwide through televised coverage. On 11 March 1990 by 124 votes to zero the Lithuanian parliament passed the Act of the Supreme Council on the Restoration of the Independent Lithuanian State.

What did the entrance to Moscow's Soviet allow?

A. A democratic regime.

B. Sajudis becoming president.

C. Wide media coverage.

D. The defeat of the Kremlin.


The correct answer is C.

"In the parliamentary elections, they gave Sajudis the power to be elected to the Supreme Soviet in Moscow allowing their voices to be heard nationwide through televised coverage.


💡 HintFocus on the impact of Sajudis being elected to the Supreme Soviet in Moscow and how it affected their message's reach

You can find more Reading Comprehension questions in the FSAB test, Morris & McDaniel Firefighter Test, and the LAFD Firefighter Test PrepPacks.

7. Safe routes for people to leave the premises. If there is a fire in a high rise building there are a number of potential pitfalls that can be encountered. One of the most important issues is the escape route planning that needs to be done properly.

The ideal situation is when there is more than one escape route from all parts of the premises, although this is not always possible. If only one route is available, you may need to make it fire resisting (protected) or install an automatic fire-detection system.

The distance people need to go to escape (the travel distance) should be as short as possible. The travel distance should be measured from the farthest point in a room to the door to a protected stairway or, if there is no protected stairway, to the final exit from the building.

Stairways, corridors and areas near the fire exits should be kept clear of obstructions and material which can catch fire. The escape route should lead to a final exit and a safe place.

According to the article:

A. You should try to make the journey to the fire exit as short as possible.

B. There are many fire escapes per building.

C. If there is only one fire escape, there needs to be a fire-detection system.

D. A filing cabinet in a corridor isn't considered an obstruction.

The correct answer is option A.
The other options are not correct as they are either incorrect according to the text or contradictory to it.


💡 Hint  - 
Focus on the importance of minimizing travel distance to fire exits and additional safety measures for buildings with limited escape routes

You can find more Reading Comprehension fireman exam questions in the Firefighter Written exam, Firefighter Aptitude and Character Test, and the Gledhill Shaw Firefighter exam PrepPacks.

8. Smoke Alarm Maintenance

Smoke alarms cost as little as $5 and are available from most DIY and hardware stores. They are easy to install and only require a few minutes of your time to maintain them. Each year Fire & Rescue Service can attend over 1,600 domestic false alarms in a single county. By following the advice on fitting and maintaining your alarms you can help reduce this number. Whatever you do, never disconnect, remove the battery or tape a cover over the smoke alarm to prevent unwanted false alarms. Always buy an alarm that is SGS certified.

You should fit a smoke alarm on each level of your property. Always install smoke alarms where you will be able to hear them throughout your home, particularly whilst you are asleep or behind closed doors. The ideal position is on the ceiling in the middle of hallway or landing. Don’t install smoke alarms in, or near, kitchens and bathrooms. The alarm should be fitted at least 30cm away from a wall or light fitting.
Typical causes of false fire alarms include:

  • Cooking fumes such a burnt toast.
  • Steam from showers or cooking.
  • Smoking materials, such as cigarettes and matches.
  • Aerosol sprays.
  • Dust build up due to poor housekeeping.

Which of the following statements is false?

A. Smoke alarms are expensive.

B. Don't try to repair an alarm by yourself.

C. Cooking can trigger an alarm.

D. Don't put an alarm in your garden.


The correct answer is option A, as this is the only statement that is false. As smoke alarms only cost $5 this isn’t a huge amount of money and cannot be called expensive.


💡 Verbal reasoning questions can be found in many firefighter exams, such as the CPS Firefighter Test, FACT (Firefighter Aptitude and Character Test), and the fireTEAM test.

Firefighter Deductive Reasoning Questions

This test is designed to assess your ability to apply general rules to specific situations and come to logical conclusions.

You will be presented with multiple-choice questions usually offering 4 answer options, of which only one is correct.

9. RULE: Mental Health – Security Officer – Functions

During admissions to the psychiatric hospital, the officer must ensure new patients are restrained if they should become abusive to personnel.

The officer is required to monitor visitors’ behavior and ensure proper conduct. Specifically, the officer must ensure that visitors neither physically harm nor threaten to physically harm personnel or patients nor assist a patient in escaping from the facility. Any visitor exhibiting such conduct, or any unauthorized visitors, must be escorted out of the facility by the officer.

Assume the role of a Security Officer in the Mental Health institution in the following situation. What action should you take?


At the reception, a wife is admitting her husband to the hospital. The husband appears to gradually become aggravated, shouting and cursing at the receptionist. The wife is trying to calm him down.

A. Restrain the husband.

B. Escort the woman out of the hospital.

C. Try to calm the man down.

D. Do nothing.


The correct answer is A - Restrain the husband.

“During admissions to the psychiatric hospital, the officer must ensure new patients are restrained if they should become abusive to personnel.” – The husband is cursing at the receptionist, which is clearly abusive behavior.


💡 Hint -
 As a Security Officer in a mental health institution, one of your primary responsibilities is to ensure the safety of both patients and staff. In a situation where a patient is becoming aggressive, it's important to take appropriate action to maintain a secure environment.

You can find more Deductive Reasoning questions in the NFSI Firefighter exam, and the FST exam PrepPacks.

10. Embezzlement occurs when a person illegally takes assets that have been entrusted to that person’s care. In order to be charged with embezzlement, a person must have a legal or ethical relationship with the party who owns the asset and must have intentionally gained possession and acquired ownership through the said relationship with intent to permanently deprive its owner.

According to the definition given, which of the following is the best example of embezzlement?

A. Dave, who works at the register of a grocery store, takes 5.00$ from the register.

B. The protocol at the restaurant Amy works at is for waiters and waitresses to give 20% of their tips to the busboy or busgirl on duty. Amy receives a tip of 10.00$ and keeps all of it.

C. While shopping at a clothing store a store employee urges Rachel to go to the dressing room and try on some of the clothes she was looking at. Rachel goes to the dressing room, puts on a shirt, and walks out of the store without paying for it.

D. Howard, the manager of a car rental service, takes one of the cares for a week.

The correct answer is A.

Dave, who works at the register, was entrusted with all of the money in the register. Dave and the owner of the store have a legal, employee – employer relationship. Since Dave gained access to the register through his employee status and intentionally took the money with intent to keep it, he is guilty of embezzlement. 

Answer B: Although Amy’s actions are unethical and she may be stealing from the busboy/girl, they do not fit the definition of embezzlement. Amy and the busboy/girl do have an ethical relationship; however, she was entrusted with the money by a third party. It is only considered embezzlement when the victim is the one who initially entrusted the thief. 

Answer C: The fact that Rachel was given permission to try on some clothing at a store, does not mean she was “entrusted with their care.” Furthermore, Rachel and the store owner do not have any legal or ethical relationship. She therefore may be guilty of shoplifting, but she has not committed embezzlement. 

Answer D: In order for a crime to be considered embezzlement, one must take an asset, with “intent to permanently deprive its owner.” Since Howard only took the car for a week, he is not guilty of embezzlement. 


💡 HintTo answer the question correctly, focus on identifying which scenario involves a person who has a legal or ethical relationship with the party who owns the asset, and who intentionally takes possession and acquires ownership of that asset with the intent to permanently deprive the owner.  

You can find more Deductive Reasoning questions in the EB Jacobs Firefighter Exam PrepPack.

Firefighter Mechanical Reasoning Questions

This category includes questions that deal with physics- electricity, torque, cog wheel interactions, gas pressure, liquids and more.

11Which of the following is an electrical component that can break an electrical circuit, interrupting the current or diverting it from one conductor to another?

A. Condenser.

B. Diode.

C. Resistor.

D. Transducer.

E. Switch.


The correct answer is E – a switch.


This component is often used to control the operation of various devices by altering the path of electricity.

You can find more Mechanical Reasoning questions in the FCTC Written Practice Test, FireTEAM Test, and the National Fire Select Test PrepPacks.

12. A light bulb with the following information is given: 10V, 4W.

What is the current flowing through the light bulb?

A. 2.5 amps.

B. 2.5 watts.

C. 0.4 amps.

D. 0.4 watts.


The correct answer is C.

Firstly, we will consider the information provided in the question:
4W = The power indicated as P and measured in watts.
10V = The voltage indicated as V and measured in volts.

This data allows us to calculate the current using the following formula:


We will isolate I and insert the given data:


Thus, the current is 0.4 amps.


💡 Hint -
Remember that power is equal to current times voltage, and current is equal to voltage divided by resistance. 

You can find more Mechanical Reasoning questions in the National Fire Select Test, and the Morris & McDaniel Firefighter Test PrepPacks.

13. Which of the following electric devices will be the least safe to use?

A. 200 volts voltage, 0.05 ampere current.

B. 100 volts voltage, 0.1 ampere current.

C. 50 volts voltage, 0.2 ampere current.

D. All devices equally.


The correct answer is C.

To explain the answer we will consider the concepts of voltage, current and power.
Voltage is the difference in electric potential between to points. Current will flow from higher voltage to lower voltage. The voltage measurement unit is the volt.
Current is the flow of electric charge through a medium. The current measurement unit is the ampere.
Power is the rate of electrical energy transmitted per time unit and, in its most basic form, is defined as:

As can be seen from the given numbers, all devices basically create the same electric power.

However, the hazardous component of the power is the current, not the voltage. High voltage devices with low currents (like the Tesla coil) are perfectly safe to use. Therefore, the device with the highest current will be the most hazardous.


💡 Hint - To answer the question consider the concepts of voltage, current, and power. 

Firefighter Situational Judgement Test Questions

These tests are meant to measure your convictions and morality- how will you act as a firefighter, and if your actions are worthy of that title.

14. During the last fire, the hose got caught in the truck. It took an extra five minutes to loosen the hose and lay it out long enough to reach the fire. Following this incident, your captain calls in Tom, the firefighter who performed the last equipment check before you left. You know that your captain is upset after this dangerous error, and you know that Tom will get in trouble. You also remember that it was you who rolled the hose last and that you did it while talking on the phone, which may have distracted

What would be the worst response to this situation?

A. Wait to see what the captain will say to Tom before you take any rash actions.
B. Tell Tom that you think you should share the blame and suggest you talk to the captain together.
C. You should talk to the captain. Confess what you did, but also emphasize that this is exactly why equipment checks are so important.
D. Suggest to Tom that next time he should check the instruments more thoroughly.


The correct answer is C.

Worst response: C
Explanation: Following a dangerous incident, your teammate Tom is expected to be blamed for failing to spot a potential hazard in his inspection. Tom indeed should have found the error, but you are the one who caused it. You have a chance to either take responsibility for your part or to let Tom take all the blame. Notice that you are being asked about the worst response to the situation.

In response A, you wait. This seems like a passive response or a response that postpones your need to decide. However, deciding to wait is also a decision. Your first response is not to take responsibility. This is not a positive response, yet it is not the worst.

In response B, you take your share of the responsibility. You don't take the full blame, and indeed Tom has his part too. But you show solidarity and ethics. This is the best response.

Response C might be confusing. First, you confess to your part of the blame – you weren't focused enough while rolling the hose. You go on to emphasize why equipment inspections are important. While this is true, and they are indeed important, emphasizing it here seems to be an attempt to take the blame from you and turn it to Tom. You appear to be responsible, but in fact you are trying to eat the cake and have it too – presenting yourself as ethical by confessing your part but also dodging the reprimand by pointing to someone else. This is the worst response.

In response D, you fail to confess your part in the incident, and, moreover, you act insensitively to your teammate's situation. However, here you don't make things worse for him by trying to get your captain more upset with him. This is a negative response, but it is not the worst.


💡 Hint -This question tests the following competencies: Integrity (ethics), Interpersonal relations (teamwork). 

You can find more SJT questions in the Firefighter Situational Judgement Test, and the Firefighter CWH Exam PrepPacks.

15. You are sitting around the dining table at the station when you hear a fellow firefighter complain about the cleanliness of the plates and cutlery. "Whoever washed these dishes must be blind," he exclaims. You washed the dishes last, and you are certain you cleaned them thoroughly. After all, no one else has complained. What should you do?


A. Tell the firefighter that you washed the dishes, but won't be offended if he wants to rewash those he wants to use.

B. Tell the firefighter that the problem must lie with him as no one else seems to have any complaints.

C. Ask your team to be relieved of this duty in the future.

D. Tell him that he can wash his own dishes from now on, as he obviously has higher standards than everyone ese.


The correct answer is A.

Best response: A
Competency: Interpersonal skills (teamwork).
Explanation: In this scenario, a team member complains about a task you have completed. You need to decide how to respond.

Response A is the only non-defensive response, and it is the only one that demonstrates your ability to get along with others in a communal living situation. Firefighters share accommodation, and therefore they need to be able to live together and solve any interpersonal problems that may occur.

Response B is not a good response as in it you shift blame onto your team member. This could cause the situation to escalate or cause friction in your relationship later on. This firefighter is not a temporary roommate; it is best to overlook his comment rather than jeopardize your relationship with him.

Response C is not recommended. By asking to be relieved of this duty, you are being unfair to the rest of your team members. This response also indicates that you easily take things out of proportion, especially as only one person has made a complaint about the way you clean dishes. This response also shows a lack of problem solving skills.

Response D is a very negative response as you are singling out this team member. This response is most likely to lead to an escalation of the situation.


💡 Hint -This question tests the following Competency: Interpersonal skills (teamwork).

You can find more Situational Judgment questions in the Firefighter Situational Judgement Test PrepPack.

List of Firefighter Exams

The following list includes details on the most common firefighter exams. Review it to find the pre-pack you need.


CPS Firefighter

There are five sections to the CPS Firefighter test: Reading Comprehension, Mathematical Ability, Numerical Skills, Maps and Diagrams, and Mechanical Aptitude.  

Click to see more information on the CPS Firefighter test or the Gledhill Shaw - OS & CPS Test.

Some candidates that take the CPS firefighter test also take an EMS EMT test.


Firefighter Aptitude and Character Test (FACT)

The Firefighter Aptitude and Character test (FACT) examines aptitudes such as Reading Comprehension, Written Communication, Map Reading, and Math. Additionally, the Personality Inventory section evaluates attributes such as honesty, integrity, teamwork, and interpersonal skills.

Click to see more information on the FACT exam.


Empco Firefighter Test (NSFI Test)

EMPCO is a Michigan-based test provider for public safety and government agencies. One of the most common EMPCO tests includes the Empco Firefighter test (Also known as the  NFSI test).

Click to see more information on the National Firefighter Selection Test (NFSI exam), NFSI practice test or the EMPCO test.


IOS Firefighter Selection Tool (FST) Exam

The IOS Firefighter Selection Tool (FST) exam created by Talogy (PSI) is comprised of two parts—ability and personality—which are both predictive of job performance.

Click to see more information on the FST exam.



Developed by Ergometrics, the "FireTEAM National Exam" is the entrance exam for Firefighter officer positions administered by The National Testing Network (NTN).

Click to see more information on the FireTEAM National exam and the JobTestPrep NTN Fireteam practice tests.

EMT candidates need to take a different NTN assessment.


Firefighter Situational Judgement Test (SJT)

The Firefighter Situational Judgment test measures your ability to make decisions under stress in a fire service job. Firefighter-related scenarios and descriptions of common firefighting practices are included in the exam.

Click to see more information on the Firefighter Situational Judgement test.


CWH Firefighter Test

The CWH Firefighter test, also known as the Next Generation Entry-Level Firefighter Aptitude test, combines a straightforward cognitive ability measure with multiple situational judgment measures and mechanical aptitude measures. 

Click to see more information on the CWH Firefighter test.


EB Jacobs Fire Service Aptitude (FSAB)

EB Jacobs Fire Service Aptitude assessments test your cognitive and personality traits to determine whether you would make an effective firefighter. These include a cognitive ability test, a Work Style Questionnaire, and a Life Experience Survey. 

Click to see more information on the EB Jacobs Firefighter exam.

McCann Firefighter Test

The McCann Firefighter test is a cognitive aptitude assessment that includes 4 subtopics: interpreting Text Material, Reasoning Ability, Observation, and Map Reading questions.

Click to see more information on the McCann Entry Level Firefighter exam

Firefighter Exams by Location

Firefighter exams vary by state and even by locality within states. Here you’ll find examples and general information about some of the exam requirements. It’s important to consult your state or local fire department for the most accurate and up-to-date information.

California Fire Department Test

The California FCTC Written exam is an entry-level screening test that typically consists of questions covering Math, Reading Comprehension, and Mechanical Aptitude. Candidates will have 2.5 hours to complete 100 multiple-choice questions.

Candidates must also pass the Candidate Physical Ability Test (CPAT).

Click here to see more information on the California FCTC Written test or the Los Angeles Fire Department (LAFD exam) firefighter test preps and study guides.


NYC Fire Department Test

The FDNY Firefighter Written exam includes multiple-choice questions that test for Reading Comprehension, Problem-Solving, and Applying Rules and Concepts. There is also a physical test; the Candidate Physical Ability Test (CPAT).

Click here to see more information on the NYS FDNY hiring process Firefighter test prep.


Chicago Fire Department Test (CFD)

The Chicago Fire Department (CFD), is the second-largest municipal fire department in the USA and one of its oldest. The testconsists of Numerical, Verbal, Spatial, and Mechanical Aptitude Questions, General Knowledge Questions, and includes a Situational Judgment test (SJT).

Click here to see the Chicago Fire Department test firefighters study guide.

Advanced Firefighter Tests

The following section describes the various assessments utilized to evaluate the proficiencies of on-duty firefighters.

Firefighter 1 and 2 Practice Questions

Firefighter 1 and 2 are levels of certification that are granted to firefighters who have completed specific training programs and have demonstrated their proficiency in certain skills. The main difference between the two levels is the level of knowledge and skills required.

Firefighter 1 is the basic level of certification and focuses on basic firefighting skills. Firefighter 2 is an advanced level of certification that builds upon the skills learned in Firefighter 1.

Firefighter 1 Exam Test Questions

This certification test covers everything you need to know to be a proficient firefighter at the most basic level skills like knot tying and practical tests like ventilation and forced entry. Those that pass their exams are now qualified to work as firefighters.


Firefighter 2 Exam Test Questions

This test is built for firefighters who wish to advance their skills. Exam questions touch on more advanced topics such as fire damage mitigation, rescue operations, and optimal use of firefighter equipment.

Fire Officer Promotional Exam Questions

Company Officer I, Company Officer II, and chief officer promotional examination questions for fire officer essentials were designed specifically for fire agencies to determine whether candidates possess the necessary job knowledge to be effective supervisors. 

Firefighter Hazmat Exam Test Questions

The Firefighter Hazmat exam tests the level of knowledge, skills, and abilities possessed by firefighters and emergency medical responders (EMR). the exam covers topics such as hazardous materials, hazardous waste operations, and emergency response.

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