Your up-to-the-minute guide for acing the firefighter exam McGraw-Hill Education: Firefighter Exams offers 7 full-length sample exams (two more exams than previous edition), plus valuable instruction and practice in all the most common question types--all designed to reflect today's new firefighter responsibilities as emergency first responders, as well as current fire department recruiting diversity standards. Features: New chapters on cognitive abilities and personality attributes New practice reading passages Sample firefighter qualifying exams like those given in various jurisdictions across America Up-to-the-minute information about all elements of the firefighter qualifying process, including the physical exam and the oral interview
Ronald Spadafora is an assistant (3-Star) chief with the New York City Fire Department. He is currently the assistant chief of training. Chief Spadafora also teaches fire science at John Jay College of the City University of New York. He was Chief Safety Officer for the FDNY Incident Management Team (IMT) at Ground Zero for the entire eight-month recovery operation in New York City after 9/11. He was also the deputy incident commander for the FDNY IMT directing rescue and recovery in New Orleans in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and during Hurricane Rita.