Custom-designed Firefighter Exam Preps 

Since 1950, Don McNea Fire School's custom-designed firefighter practice tests, promotional Assessment Center test preparation products, and entry-level seminars have helped over 60,000 firefighter and promotional applicants attain that ultimate edge.

To dramatically increase your chance of becoming a firefighter, we are having a special offer to help you prepare for any upcoming firefighter testing.

If you purchase any of our written exam prep products, we will include a FREE digital download of the following products:

  • Our 500-question Encyclopedia of Firefighter Examinations (normally sold HERE for $29.95)
  • Don McNea Fire School's How to Become a Firefighter booklet which contains over 100 articles from the nation's top entry-level authors.  These articles cover the written, oral, psychological, physical agility and much more - click HERE for a look at the table of contents.
  • Don McNea Fire School's Firefighting Hiring Guide Notebook 

We are so confident that you will be well-prepared to score in the top percentile on your firefighter exam, that all Don McNea Fire School exam prep products contain a no-risk guarantee.

If you are not completely satisfied, we will refund 100% of the product cost; no questions asked!

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Latest Fire News from Around the Country...

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PA FF hurt in difficult fire

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Man injured jumping from 2nd floor house fire
Two killed, 4 injured in Chicago house fire

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Latest Fire Training News...

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Listed below are organizations that take care of police officers and firefighters killed in the line of duty...

National Fallen Firefighters Foundation
You can give as little as $5 to the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation to help support families coping with the loss of a fallen firefighter. Instead of #GivingTuesday, the NFFF uses #FireHeroTuesday for the Tuesday after Thanksgiving. Their fundraising goal for this year is $30,000. Donate here.

First Responders Children's Foundation
The foundation works with families across the country, including police, fire, Forest Service, Border Patrol, EMS and all other forms of first responders. They help provide college scholarships to children whose first responders' parents have either died in the line of duty or have become permanently disabled due to their line of work. Donate here.

Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation
The foundation, named after firefighter Stephen Siller, who died on 9/11, helps ease the financial burden of fallen responders' families by paying off their mortgages or creating trust accounts. All donations go directly to fund this initiative. Donate here.

A charitable organization devoted exclusively to the well-being of families of Cuyahoga County safety officers who have lost their lives, or have become permanently and totally disabled and incapacitated, in the line of duty.   Since its inception in 1956, Bluecoats has fulfilled the vision of its founders by providing support and care to the families of those who have given their lives to protect each of us, our families and our community.  Donate here.