Unsuccessful Recertification By Exam
You have one attempt to successfully complete recertification by exam; you cannot retest. If you are not successful, you can still use continuing education to renew your certification.
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Authorization to Test For Recertification By Exam
To locate your Authorization to Test (ATT) for your Recertification by Exam (RBE), please see the instructions below. Once you have accessed the ATT, you can schedule your exam with Pearson VUE. How to Find RBE ATT Log in to your NREMT account ...
Recertification By Exam
Recertification by exam allows providers one attempt to successfully complete the National Registry cognitive exam in order to renew their certification. For EMT, AEMT, and NRP providers it can be completed starting on April 1, one year prior to your ...
Successful Recertification By Exam
Congratulations on successfully passing your National Registry exam. Please follow the directions below to locate your abbreviated recertification form. You will need to email the form back to us in order to complete your recertification. You can ...
Recertification Failed Audit
If you have been randomly selected for an audit, and receive notice of a Failed Audit, this means that you did not meet the necessary requirements. A failed audit means that your recertification application will not be processed, and your ...
You can renew using continuing education or recertification by exam. OPTION A Using continuing education, requirements included National, Local and Individual components. You will need to meet the total number of hours in order to renew your ...