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Hi has anyone found any practice tests for assessments in ambulance crew ECA
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Hi has anyone found any practice tests for assessments in ambulance crew ECA
There probably aren't any direct practice tests. But any GCSE maths and English tests will be good practice as they're usually the level required. And the question part of the theory test will be good for the highway code paper (you don't need the hazard perception part).
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There probably aren't any direct practice tests. But any GCSE maths and English tests will be good practice as they're usually the level required. And the question part of the theory test will be good for the highway code paper (you don't need the hazard perception part).
Thank you I will do that thank you for your help and I did wonder about the theory test if it would include hazard perception, I’m going to book the C1 in august 😀
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Thank you I will do that thank you for your help and I did wonder about the theory test if it would include hazard perception, I’m going to book the C1 in august 😀
I meant you wouldn't need the hazard perception for the ambulance assessments because that's what you asked about.

For your C1, you will need the hazard perception. The theory test is split into two parts, so the hazard perception and the questions are done separately. There's a different fee for each part. You can take them one after the other if the centre has spaces, but when I took mine I found there was a longer wait for the questions.
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