Student Marketplace

Fisdap is proud to provide access to a variety of educational resources. Browse our Marketplace to see what we offer:

Study Tools

Study Tools

Online test prep accounts for paramedic and EMT students.
Practice tests and quizzes prepare you for the National Registry, your state certification exam, or a Fisdap final exam.
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Fisdap Research 101

Research 101

A free course to bring research to everyone.

An entertaining and informative 4 hour video series that teaches the basics of starting a research project.
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Study Tools



By now you’ve definitely heard that certification exams like the National Registry are tough. But with practice and exposure to Fisdap's challenging tests and quizzes, you can build the knowledge and confidence that you have what it takes to pass—the first time.

Your Study Tools account includes:

Practice exam Get access to a challenging exam with 200 multiple choice questions written by EMS educators who also write for the National Registry. You’ll have three chances to improve your score.

Practice quizzes Take each unit quiz up to ten times and get instant feedback.

Learning Prescription Use our custom study plan to focus only on the topics where you need the most work. View a sample .

Podcasts Download and listen to entertaining and educational podcasts like "Tips for Job Hunting" and "Cardiac Medical Emergencies."

Virtual Skill Demonstrations Interactive, multi-angle views of BLS skills like spinal immobilization and bleeding and shock management. See it in action!

Research 101

Research isn’t just for academics and bookworms. Research 101 is a new online video series designed to encourage EMS providers, educators and students to get involved in EMS research.

New research fuels changes in education. In turn, that helps train more competent practitioners. This free 4 hour course is available free to everyone--all you need is a Fisdap account.

Learn the 12 steps for creating quality research

Dr. Baxter Larmon and Dave Page

Two of the leading voices in EMS research, Dr. Baxter Larmon and David Page lecture on the benefits of research and deliver a 12 step plan to getting started on a research project. Dr. Larmon is the Director of the Prehospital Care Research Forum at UCLA and David Page is a paramedic instructor at Inver Hills Community College and writes the research column for JEMS magazine.

Research 101 features a series of short videos followed by quizzes that can be used for educational purposes. You'll earn a certificate after you complete the course.