The Fire Department of the City of New York offers multiple resources to help those seeking to join the ranks of the FDNY. Online candidate resources are currently available for those seeking employment as New York City Firefighters. Please note:
During the Firefighter Candidate process, it is useful to know your Firefighter Exam List Number. To obtain the most accurate information on your list number, please call (212) 669-1357.
For general questions about the FDNY Recruitment process, please call (718) 999-FDNY (3369).
To view your score online, go to NYC Open Data Civil Service List (active).
The Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS) and the FDNY have started processing candidates who received a score of 100 percent or higher on Exam #7001. The second round of practice sessions and testing for candidates who scored 101 or 100 percent started in July of 2019 and concluded in September 2019.
Practice sessions are different from training sessions. Passing one of the two practice tests counts for passing the CPAT. This means that you have three chances to pass the CPAT.
If you receive a notice in the mail, but are unable to attend your physical test date, you may reschedule for another test date during specific times during that round of testing by calling (718) 937-4721.
Candidate Physical Ability Test (CPAT) Workout Series:
The Tutorial Preparation Booklet has been assembled to help prepare FDNY Applicants for the upcoming New York City Firefighter exam. This booklet will provide you with valuable test and note-taking tips, along with sample math and reading comprehension exercises.
While at the FDNY Training Academy, Firefighter Candidates undergo 18 weeks of intensive work. Overall grades at the Fire Academy include an assessment of in-class exams, academics and physical fitness performance.
To help Firefighter Candidates succeed, the Fire Department offers a series of videos on: Understanding the FDNY Candidate Medical Evaluation Process, Probationary Firefighter School, How to Read an FDNY Document Correctly, Effective Study Habits, How to Perform Better on FDNY Exam, An Overview of Physical Fitness Standards and two Probationary Firefighters School Physical Training Videos.
The following document resources are available for Firefighter Candidates to download and review.
As part of the Fire Department's medical evaluation, Firefighter Candidates are required to completed certain forms or portions of forms. As a resource to Firefighter Candidates, a sample of these forms are listed below. Please note, Firefighter Candidates are not required to print any form, as all forms will be supplied to you by the Fire Department's Bureau of Health Services (BHS).
Many FDNY Affinity Groups provide academic and physical training services throughout the hiring process. Interested Firefighter Applicants and Candidates should contact the organizations directly to find out what services they offer. FDNY Affinity Groups assist in strengthening the Department’s ongoing partnership with uniformed members and the community while leading initiatives that celebrate heritage.