Pass Rates

The first-time pass rate is a measure of how many students pass their EMS certification exam on their initial attempt. This rate is a direct reflection of how well a program prepares its students for the challenges of the exam, emphasizing the quality of instruction and the immediate applicability of the knowledge gained. On the other hand, the cumulative pass rate encompasses the total percentage of students who pass the exam after one or more attempts. This broader metric provides insight into the overall success rate of students within a program, accounting for those who may require additional attempts to succeed. Both these pass rates are essential for evaluating the effectiveness of EMS educational programs, helping to ensure that they meet the high standards required for emergency medical care and response.

Pass Rates as of January 3rd 2024 for Life Safety Institute and the State of New Hampshire