FF-EL 101 Entry-Level Firefighter Test
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FIREFIGHTER ENTRY-LEVEL (FF-EL)
2 HOURS | 90-ITEM TEST
Ensure you’re selecting the most qualified applicants by assessing the knowledge, skills, abilities, and personal characteristics (KSAPs) new firefighters need to be successful on the job. FF-EL 101 contains nine subtests, which are listed below along with examples of some of the competencies they assess.
- Reading Comprehension. Using training materials, manuals, and directions for using equipment, this section assesses candidates’ ability to read, understand and properly apply job-related materials.
- Interpreting Tables. Candidates are required to read materials in the form of tables, and to answer questions based on their understanding of the information presented.
- Situational Judgment. Assesses a candidate’s ability to quickly size up a situation and use common sense, as well as judgment and knowledge, to quickly decide what to do next.
- Logical and Mathematical Reasoning Ability. This section assesses candidates’ ability to apply mathematical rules given to them, and to apply deductive reasoning to reach conclusions based on the facts presented.
- Reading Gauges. Presents illustrations of gauges or dials and requires candidates to identify the value to which the needle on the gauge is pointing.
- Mechanical Aptitude. This section assesses whether candidates have a basic understanding of machinery and equipment and a practical understanding of basic physical principles, such as leverage, applied force, heat flow, and center of gravity.
- Spatial Sense. Tests candidates’ ability to orient themselves in new places and to find their way around based on visual cues, including their judgment of distance and heights.
- Map Reading. Assesses candidates’ use of logic, observation and spatial sense by requiring candidates to get from one location to another by following directions and by reading and following maps.
- Vocabulary. Tests candidates’ basic verbal comprehension through vocabulary questions using standard words, rather than technical firefighting terms.
|FF-EL 101 Content
|Logical & Mathematical Reasoning Ability
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See the FF-EL 102.