NPF 2020 Recruitment 29 And 30 October 2021 CBT Exam Tips

NPF 2020 Recruitment 29 And 30 October 2021 CBT Exam Tips


It is no longer news that the Nigeria Police Force NPF has fixed the 29th and 30th of October 2021 as dates for successful Shortlisted Applicants to write the Computer-based Test CBT Exam for the continuation of the 2020 recruitment exercise.

In view of this, we have decided to create this post to give you insight into how the NPF 2020 recruitment CBT Exam might look like. So let go straight to the point.

The 2020 NPF exam which successfully Shortlisted candidates will be writing on the 29th and 30th of October 2021 is not the usual paper and pen exam. Candidates will be invited to write this exam on a computer.

You will need the information on your printed exam slip to write the exam. If you have not printed your exam slip yet, kindly read How To Print Your NPF 2020 Recruitment CBT Exam Slip

Computer-based Tests can be written from anywhere. However, in the case of the Nigerian police force, you may be invited to a CBT Exam center to write your Exam. Which way it may be, make sure you follow the exams instructions that you received from NPF.n

NPF CBT exam tips:

1. Before the exam, make sure that you remain calm and focused. Think positively

2. Read all instructions

3. Read each question carefully and possibly fast.

4. Anticipate the answer before looking at the options

5. Eliminate all obviously wrong answer options

6. Click the correct answer on the computer screen

7. Be sure to answer all the questions

8. The most important thing is that you should keep your eyes on the time set for the exam on your computer. Budget your time to enable you to answer all questions at the set time.

Best of luck!!

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  1. Isn't there anything like how exam takers should appear, like dressing policy


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