This EMT diagnostic is meant to be given to students at the beginning of your course as a means of measuring which students have basic background knowledge of the Fire & EMS Service, as well as EMS-related Anatomy & Pysiology.
This diagnostic is NOT meant to be used as a practice test as it does not adequately represent ALL topics covered in the EMT curriculum.
Most EMT students have not had any exposure to the content in an EMT course and it is therefore pointless to give students an in-depth diagnostic--almost all of them are bound to fail it drastically anyway, and that data would be pointless to collect.
This diagnostic, however, asks more basic questions in the EMT curriculum that accesses topics students with exposure to the fire service, A&P, or good critical thinking skills might pass. Therefore, this diagnostic will give you helpful data regarding which of your students might find the EMT course easier than the others.
If you are an EMT teacher, especially at the high school level, and are in need of a preliminary diagnostic to give your students, this is the document for you.