I saw this quote the other day and it comes from the Navy Seals
You can apply this different ways I guess, but today I am talking about our favorite topic… EMS.
So yes, you can do many things in EMS and some would say the right or wrong way. However one of those elements of being a good provider is to adapt to the conditions around you.
This can be on the scene of a chaotic call, during an MCI, dealing with partners or even when it comes to taking exams.
Just because you fail an exam or struggle with them does not mean you have to quit or listen to those who think that you should not be in EMS if you are not “getting it”
So yeah there is a right way to study and take exams. But I don’t think there is a wrong way. Maybe you just are not doing it effectively. Perhaps you need more focus on areas that are beyond just repeatedly taking multiple choice questions or using every app that is out there.
The right way is actually the right way for you. Not what someone else feels or thinks it is because it has worked for them.
If you have not found the right way, then you do it again. Until you find your right way. One that fits your style or study.
That could mean more audio or video. It could mean breaking down study time into shorter segments. It could also mean getting a system in place that shows you these methods and allows you to adjust it to your style.
If you are looking for a system like this or think one would benefit you. I can help you.
I have a system that I have created that I know will push you to success. Just the 5 step quick start video module will put on the right track.
You can view the entire system and see how it will help you here.
This will be one of those resources that will help you on any exam you take.
Remove the right and wrong. Just do it again but do it the right way for you.