One way to study for the American Heart Association CPR test is to enroll in a Basic Life Support course offered by the American Heart Association either in a physical classroom or online. The physical classroom experience offers more of an opportunity to receive hands-on practice and in-person instruction, although the online class requires meeting an instructor after demonstrating knowledge learned through online training.
Another way to study for the American Heart Association CPR test is to use the practice tests on CPRCertificationOnlineHQ.com. The site presents study descriptions for what the test may look like and how to maximize studying opportunities for those who are enrolled in online classes. In addition to providing details on the test itself and how to take notes and otherwise prepare for it, the website offers sample test questions and links to different practice tests and practice questions.
People can also study for the American Heart Association CPR test by using the prepared online flash cards on Cram.com. The site offers a simple interface so that users can use keyboard arrows to flip between cards and flip cards over and can press the H key to receive a hint. As of 2015, there are 36 cards in this set, all of which are designed to encourage knowledge retention and promote positive test performance.