Master the 2022 Fireteam Exam With Expert Guides & Realistic Practice Tests

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| 7,576 students | Last Updated: Jun 25, 2022
Created by: Michael Lerner - BSc, Psychometric Tutor, Prepterminal Test Expert

FireTeam Master Course

Bestseller
| 7,576 students | Last Updated: Jun 25, 2022
Created by: Michael Lerner - BSc, Psychometric Tutor, Prepterminal Test Expert
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The Fireteam test is the most widely-used entrance exam for firefighter positions. It covers a wide range of subjects so that fire departments hire only the ablest candidates.

  • Length: 2 hours
  • Topics: Human Relations, Mechanical Reasoning, Reading, Math

The Fireteam test uses question formats you’re unlikely to have encountered elsewhere. The 80% of candidates who fail this exam went in unprepared and unfamiliar with what would be on the test. To be part of the 20% who succeed, you need to know what to expect on the exam and how to answer with speed and precision.

Prepterminal’s Fireteam Prep Course has helped hundreds of candidates pass their exams and start their firefighting careers. Start your prep today with the free practice test below, and then sign up for the full course to join the top 20% of applicants!

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Fireteam Entry-Level Test Format

The Fireteam entry-level exam is one of the most commonly used firefighter entrance assessments. This is partly because it is interactive. The actual test involves various video-answer parts. You will need to watch videos and then answer the questions according to what you see.

The test consists of the following four parts:

Human Relations

The human relations part of the Fireteam is a situational judgment assessment. It is used to measure your reactions to various situations you may encounter as a firefighter. Your responses will show your employer how you, for example, interact with civilians and colleagues when at the scene of an emergency.

Math Test 

Mathematics is used to calculate how much water remains in the tank of the truck, how much water goes through the hose, what hose to use, etc. In this section of the Fireteam test, the math you will need will generally be basic.

Reading Test

Before you can leave the site of a fire, you will need to read and comprehend the initial incident report. You will see this report on an LED scroller in the firehouse on the computer in the vehicle.

Mechanical Reasoning 

As a firefighter, you will need to display basic mechanical aptitude skills. You will need to know how to fight fires successfully. For instance, electrical and mechanical skills can help you deal with various issues that could present themselves when you use firefighting tools and equipment.

About Ergometrics

Ergometrics’ Fireteam test is one of the most prevalent firefighter exams available nationwide. As hundreds of applicants apply for a handful of positions, you must prepare for the Fire team test.

Studying before the day of your test will allow you to become familiar with the ideas and questions you will be asked on the actual exam.

Several main fire departments use the Fireteam. This includes but is not limited to San Francisco Fire Department, the Tampa Fire Department, The Southern Nevada Regional Fire Consortium, the Wichita Fire Department, and the Salem Fire Department.

How to Pass the FireteamTest

There are various tricks and tips you can use to pass your Fire team test. The best tip is to practice for every subject you will encounter on the test. The Fire team test measures essential skills you will need to be a firefighter. For example, your teamwork skills, mechanical aptitude, basic math skills, and reading comprehension. You must practice these skills in keeping with the test before you take the real exam.

We recommend that you rely on materials that are in keeping with the question types and subject matter you will encounter on the real exam. You should also give yourself enough time before the day of the test to practice. When you know what to expect on the actual Fire team test you will know how best to prepare and handle it.

Fireteam Test Tips

The following are tips you can use to pass the Fireteam test:

1. Give yourself enough time to practice.

Establish a practice schedule so that you set aside enough time to prepare before the date of your test.

2. Try not to have distractions.

You must get rid of any distractions that may interfere with your exam preparation. This will help you focus on your learning process.

3. Sharpen your basic math skills.

Your skill at doing mathematical calculations accurately and quickly can help you show your problem-solving skills. General math knowledge is also essential for various areas of your firefighting career.

4. Better your verbal skills.

Good communication skills are crucial when you work in a high-stress environment. Bettering your verbal communication before your test day will help you show that you have the right communication abilities necessary for the job role.

5. Be a good observer.

Various aspects of the Fireteam assessment involve how well you can observe various scenarios. You should be capable of spotting issues and anticipating future issues in the field.

6. Improve your interpersonal abilities.

You will need to work together with your colleagues and the public when you work as a firefighter. Thus you should improve your conflict resolution skills, your general communication, and teamwork skills.

How Prepterminal’s Fireteam Exam Prep Can Help

The Fireteam exam is a challenging test to get through because most people only have one or two chances to get it right.

Our comprehensive Prep Course is designed by firefighting experts and fire department professionals. Our full curriculum-based course provides a structured learning experience that covers everything in the Fireteam exam.

Our prep course has study guides, video guides, firefighter practice tests, and questions that contain all the subjects, questions, and question formats that will appear in the actual Fireteam test.

Here at Prepterminal, we know that there are no bad test-takers, only ones that are more informed and more prepared. Secure your future as a firefighter by studying and practicing today with our Fireteam Exam Prep Course!

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Created by: Michael LernerBSc, Psychometric Tutor, Prepterminal Test Expert
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Course Content

Lessons Status
1

BONUS Interview Prep Video Guide

2

Numbers – Operations With Whole Numbers

3

Geometrical Figures and Graphs

4

Fractions and Fractional Magnitudes

5

Ratio, Proportion and Percentages

6

Piping, valves and pumps

7

Mechanical Concepts

8

Levers

9

Other Simple Machines

10

Gears

11

Wheels & Belts

12

Pulley Systems

13

Gas Pressure

14

Pressure

15

Map Reading

16

1/2/3/4 Operations

17

CLOZE style & SJT

18

Human Resources Test

19

Full practice tests

FireTeam Master Course

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