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New Mexico Firefighter Exam

Each fire department may choose which firefighter exam they require you to take. JobTestPrep provides customized practice packs for tests, by assessment companies. Take a look at company exams to find the exam you are looking for.


Albuquerque

To join the Albuquerque fire department you need to take a written entrance exam. The exam was designed to measure skills and abilities required to be a successful firefighter. You will have 2 hours and 15 minutes to complete the test. The test consists of 100 multiple-choice questions covering seven different skills.

Listening Comprehension: This section of the test measures listening comprehension. This section measures your ability to listen to facts and answer questions based on what you heard. Sometimes you will have to think about what you heard and come to a conclusion in order to decide the most correct answer to a question.

  • EMT-B: This section will test your EMT-B knowledge critical thinking, behavioral, and scene assessment.
  • Basic Math: This section contains the same type of math you will use on the job. As a firefighter must be able to do math with fractions or decimals. You must be able to divide, multiply, add, or subtract whole numbers, decimals, and fractions. You must also be able to solve simple algebra problems with one unknown number. You are not allowed to use a calculator at the test.
  • Read Charts, Maps, and Diagrams: In this section you will need to know directions (north, south, east, and west) and be able to understand drawings.
  • Mechanical Reasoning Ability: This section contains questions that are designed to help find out if you are able to put objects together in specific ways or to figure out how a mechanical item works. The questions also help determine how logical you are and if you can reason your way through a problem.
  • Language Mechanics: The questions in this section measure your English language skills. You need to know proper spelling, punctuation, word meanings, and grammar. You do not need to know the names of all the parts of speech, but you do need to know how to write correct sentences.
  • Reading Comprehension: In this section you will read several passages and answer questions based on the passage. You can refer to the passage as often as you like while answering the questions.

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