I'm taking an EMT-B class in New York. (that means state exam, not nationals) The textbook work is easy but time-consuming, and the in-class theory tests and quizzes are easy. The problem is that I tend to have difficulty feeling radial and brachial pulses. I know what to do and where to look for them, but I usually don't find them on the first try. Sometimes I can feel something weakly, but not strong enough to count it. On the real test, for the trauma station you have to report rate and quality. Obviously, if you can't palpate the radial pulse you automatically fail. Likewise, for the bleeding control station, if the instructor puts their hand next to yours and can't feel the brachial pulse, you've just failed the practical. I've put in too much work and come too far to fail over something stupid like that. The problem is that I don't have anyone to practice one-on-one with who both will know if I'm doing it right and has enough time to spend helping me. In class there's only so much hands-on time they can give you, especially since everyone else needs practice, too. Does anyone have any advice?