Time Limit: 2 hours 30 minutes
Number of Questions: 100
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The Fire Marshal test series was designed to assess whether candidates have the competencies to perform successfully as a fire marshal or deputy/assistant fire marshal, depending on the size of the department. FM 101 contains six subtests, which are listed below along with examples of the competencies they assess.
Note: This is the non-supervisory version of the test. For the supervisory version, please see FM 102-S.
Please be aware that there is a required reading list for this test. Candidates must receive this reading list 60 days or more prior to the exam. Be sure to allow enough time for candidates to locate a copy of each book (which could take up to two weeks if candidates order copies online) and study all the books (60 days minimum is suggested). The study period is important for learning purposes and is also an important developmental experience for candidates.