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If you decide to move to the USA and find a job as a taxi driver in a rented car, you will have to get rid of rose-colored glasses. While UBER is talking about $90,000 a year in salaries, independent researchers are talking about $39,000 (according to Salary.com). The truth is somewhere in the middle. The average income in NYC is $54,000 for 12 months of work. Another fact is that working as a taxi driver is dangerous. There are 8 violent deaths for every 100,000 workers. You never know who you are carrying uber in the cabin, and who will decide that you ended up in his area in vain. Don’t forget about the state license. You can rent it, buy it, sell it, and even leave it as a legacy to your son. In May 2018, they offered to buy a “medallion” for a car for 600,000, and five years ago it cost a million. Why such a price? For the exclusive opportunity to pick up clients right on the streets of the city. For others, it’s illegal. They work on call. Buying a medal is like buying Apple shares. This is an investment in the future.
EMS TestingEMSTesting is a cloud-based, online computer adaptive testing solution that delivers content constructed to help ems students prepare for their EMR, EMT, AEMT, and Paramedic certifications.
EMSTesting CreationWe developed questions directly from the National Registry Practice Analysis, Educational Standards, and the appropriate curricular objectives from the NHTSA Guidelines. All questions are developed and reviewed by educators, and content experts, as well our own medical director. Questions are coded to Bloom levels and reading levels. Instructors develop examinations based on selected criteria chosen by them. Included within our program is a Medical Director roll to log in and evaluate any or all examinations created whether they are summative or formative. Platinum Educational Group’s Final Comprehensive Exams are blueprinted to mid and higher-level Bloom questions as well as each subtest weighted to follow the National Registry blueprint.
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What makes EMSTesting’s content valid & defendable?Each question was originally created based on the National Registry’s Job Practice Analysis and the National Curriculum. Those questions and newer test items have since been cross-referenced to the National Education Standards and latest practice analysis headings. All available and commonly used textbooks and manuals were referenced. When a conflict occurred, common practice or the most appropriate response was used by consensus among the educator team and medical director. The gold standard reference for drug dosages and indications for Platinum has and remains to be the American Heart Association’s guidelines and questions are updated with each AHA science change. Reading levels were assigned and we attempt to keep each question within 2 grades of the expected reading level for each provider. Questions were assigned a Bloom’s level and estimated cut score. Each question includes annotations with rationales to explain why the correct answer is correct and why the good distracters are not correct. All questions have been reviewed for cut scores once over 100 candidates have responded and are adjusted based on actual results and Nedelsky method of calculating cut scores.