2016 Ghana Police Recruitment Aptitude Tests

2016 Ghana Police Recruitment Aptitude Tests

Successful applicants with the appropriate physique will write an aptitude test at the Selection Centre immediately after the selections. Applicants are therefore expected to carry pens, pencils and erasers along with them to the Centres. The aptitude tests will cover English and General Knowledge. Applicants are expected to pass all the tests in-order to continue to the next stage. The tests will be organized under strict examination conditions. Any malpractice or misconduct by a candidate automatically disqualifies him or her, without any option of an appeal. Some acts that lead to disqualification include, but not limited to, the following:

1.      Teaching another person

2.      Copying

3.      Having any foreign material

4.      Whispering or talking to another person other than an invigilator

5.       Any form of distraction

6.      Any form of disturbance

7.       Exhibiting any act of disrespect

8.      Changing examination papers

9.      The use of mobile phones or any digital device.

Successful candidates at this stage will be notified through their email to prepare for medical examinations.

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