[quote=""firefightme""]New recruitment starts May 1st through May 31st.
Click on the city website jobs/fire recruitment for more information.
If you haven't done so already, make sure your Standard First Aid with CPR C is up to date.[/quote]
My only real tip.... Don't be that guy who writes as fast as he can and leaves, stay seated for the full allotted time and review your test and double check your answers. It's your future you're writing for and one point could make it or break it for you. Don't let it break you.
Canadian Firefighter Exams - http://tinyurl.com/pjqovbk
And if the test turns out to be a CPS style test get this one -
Norman Hall Firefighter Exam Prep - http://tinyurl.com/psmduhl
I would also suggest if your English is lacking to look in chapters for a Teaching English as a Foreign Language instructor books - these all have the tricky english word tests that the firefighter tests often have. In fact I think there is one that is dedicated to the "what word is the most similar to this word?" type of tests.
If your math is lacking then also try a Grade 12 Math Workbook or any GED or SAT Math workbook.
To get into some departments you only need 70% (Mississauga last year) but often they just pick the top 200 so a 90% + score might be needed.
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