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$8 a month
Unlimited Exams

Exam Simulation for Student Respiratory Therapists
  • Test yourself on thousands of RRT practice questions routinely audited by Registered Respiratory Therapists.
  • Receive a full explanation on every question and a personalized study guide to focus your time effectively.
  • Take unlimited simulation registry exams all for only $8 a month.

How does RespiratoryExam.com work?

Whether writing a licensing exam or just brushing up before a midterm, this system will get you ready. You can choose to do a simulation registry exam, or create an RRT practice test with categories of your choosing from thousands RRT practice questions. Categories include Ventilator management, Patient assessment, Pulmonary function, and many more. Take your RRT practice test online and get a custom study guide tailored just for you. With thousands of RRT practice questions in every Respiratory Therapy subject to choose from, this system ensures you don’t waste any valuable study hours.

1

Are you sure you know which topics you're more weak in?

A personalized study guide will be prepared for you after every RRT practice test you take to see which areas require more focus.

2

Are you ready for the Mid-term and Final Exam coming up?

Take unlimited custom exams from thousands of RRT practice questions and prevent missing any topic within the subject you're preparing for.

3

Are you ready to become a full-on Licensed Therapist?

Take unlimited simulation RRT practice exams, before spending all your money taking the real thing. This entire package is only $8 a month.

Testimonials

"Thanks for providing this study tool. You guys did a great job and is much appreciated."

- Tom Liu RRT

"I found this website very helpful for myself and students. The timing of the test make it very similar to a mid-term or a final exam. As a preceptor, I would strongly recommend this website to students."

- Sunny Gill, RRT

"Your exam prep questions were almost identical to the registry exam. This is well worth the price to walk into an exam with high confidence."

- Daniel Gouldhawke RRT, EMT-A