Jambi

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Not a whole lot to remember, it's just a written test. Do remember to take enough money for the fees and have all your paperwork completed. Have you taken a DMV phycical? Gotten your Live Scan (fingerprints)? If so, you should be good to go. Good luck.
 

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Pretty easy if you read the manual a few times before you take it. I believe you get 3 chances so...

Good Luck :)

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Jambi said:
Not a whole lot to remember, it's just a written test. Do remember to take enough money for the fees and have all your paperwork completed. Have you taken a DMV phycical? Gotten your Live Scan (fingerprints)? If so, you should be good to go. Good luck.

Yeah about the fees - how is it that I was charged $25 (the price they quote on the DMV site), and LDutch got screwed with a $67 fee? Weird...
 

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Does anybody have the Ambulance Driver Handbook that they could post or email?
 

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Go to the DMV and walk up to the information counter with a $5 bill in your hand and ask if you may have a copy of the ambulance drivers handbook. that is the only way I know of getting it. :)
 

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I'm trying to get my abulance driver's certification in CA on tuesday...anyone got any tips/remember anything from the test?

Thanks a bundle~
there are only a couple versions of the test. talk to folks you know who have taken it and they can provide their old tests as "study guides"....:)
 

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I studied for the test by reading old test. all the questions were the exact same. that is the best way to go.
 
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