In an effort to keep its tests valid and testing standardized across all of its CPR trainees, the Red Cross keeps its tests under copyright control and out of the hands of students. Although students won't be able to run down exact questions on CPR tests they may face, several online resources, including the American Red Cross, offer a variety of practice questions for those studying at home. Students who are well studied enough to consistently pass these practice tests should be prepared to take their written CPR exam.
Visit the American Red Cross' "Could You Save a Life?" quiz for five multiple choice questions with explanations of each answer.
Visit CPR Dude's Review CPR Procedures test. The 15-question test was developed by a trained CPR instructor, though it doesn't replicate word-for-word the Red Cross questions.
Visit DotStoc for a previous year's version of an American Red Cross CPR test.
Wilhelm Schnotz has worked as a freelance writer since 1998, covering arts and entertainment, culture and financial stories for a variety of consumer publications. His work has appeared in dozens of print titles, including "TV Guide" and "The Dallas Observer." Schnotz holds a Bachelor of Arts in journalism from Colorado State University.