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    I have fallen into a rut with studing lately. I have to written test in Maryland in January. I read my book during the week but lately I have am slacking. What can I do to help pull me out of that. Also I live in Nebraska. This might sound a little weird but looking for somebody to workout with. I train at 24 hour fitness. I think it would help out if I had a partner to train with not trying to be weird but I will do anything to pass these tests. Anyways is anyone could help I would appreciate it.

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    Fireman575757


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    Test yourself. Seriously! Make up multiple choice questions and answers. Pretend as if you're making up a test for one of your competitors and you really don't want him to pass the test because your job is riding on it.

    What's your motivation for being a FF in Maryland? Have you forgotten why? Don't forget this stuff. I'm sure you're aware of this fact but becoming a FF in major metro areas is not something where a willy-nilly attitude will allow you to succeed.

    Do anything to "shock your system" and get back in the groove of good study.

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    Beiner,

    That is good advise. I will make some questions and test myself. I lived in Maryland for 4 years and met some friends that made me interested in it. I am a volunteer back in Nebraska I will be certified emt in next year. I feel I am on the right track but I have been studing and want to just take the damn thing. Montgomery county which is Rockville is who I am testing for if you were wondering. Any other advise you have would be helpful. Thanks Beiner.

    Fireman575757

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