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Re: Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) Pre-employment Test. by munalight(f): 8:17am On Oct 31
Pls, must someone be ICT based before he or she goes for the test?
Re: Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) Pre-employment Test. by jmonas: 8:27am On Oct 31
munalight:
Pls, must someone be ICT based before he or she goes for the test?
no sir
Re: Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) Pre-employment Test. by chimaria(f): 8:33am On Oct 31
Where is the location for Lagos please
Re: Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) Pre-employment Test. by munalight(f): 8:44am On Oct 31
[quote author=jmonas post=61931425]no sir

Thanks, I'm a female though. My bro got the text but he wants me to go for it. I don't know if it's possible.
Re: Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) Pre-employment Test. by Adele200(m): 9:33am On Oct 31
Any update from those that have written this morning?

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Re: Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) Pre-employment Test. by hlemon: 9:44am On Oct 31
chimaria:
Where is the location for Lagos please

JKK building. 229 Ikorodu Road, Ilupeju. It's between Obanikoro bus stop and Anthony.

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Re: Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) Pre-employment Test. by Edifyer: 11:38am On Oct 31
Pls any update? For those that write this morning.. cbt or manual?
Re: Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) Pre-employment Test. by yanmiri(f): 11:44am On Oct 31
Edifyer:
Pls any update? For those that write this morning.. cbt or manual?

*CBT

*No use gate crashing; each shortlisted candidate is provided a preassigned and printed UserId

* No currentaffairs questions; basically look like GMAT

* Best wishes
Re: Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) Pre-employment Test. by Edifyer: 12:10pm On Oct 31
yanmiri:


*CBT

*No use gate crashing; each shortlisted candidate is provided a preassigned and printed UserId

* No currentaffairs questions; basically look like GMAT

* Best wishes

Thanks a lot and good luck to you.
Re: Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) Pre-employment Test. by blaze007(m): 1:11pm On Oct 31
Very well.....are there questions about NCC? Also did they ask for the credentials stated in the mail.

yanmiri:


*CBT

*No use gate crashing; each shortlisted candidate is provided a preassigned and printed UserId

* No currentaffairs questions; basically look like GMAT

* Best wishes

Re: Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) Pre-employment Test. by darlingbrain(m): 2:00pm On Oct 31
Pls I just got dis from skyplus.....Ur invited for an interview tomorrow Wednesday xxxst November,2017 by 10am @ 12 Ilaje road Bariga Lagos.Pls come along with a copy of your curriculum vitae and passport.Your not required to part with any cash.strictly on merit.Call 08027xxxxxx.......

Is it legit, any info abt dem n der pay
Re: Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) Pre-employment Test. by uzoexcel(m): 5:07pm On Oct 31
wow...ddddnt knw this thread existed....the test was horrible.....im pretty fast but this was on a whole level.
50 questions. 50minutes
Re: Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) Pre-employment Test. by JOELIFYO: 5:18pm On Oct 31
tough questions but God is in control


Eigaso:

Pre Employment Test
Tips & Techniques (A Generalised View)


The pre employment test is used more and more
as part of the hiring process to determine if the
candidate has the necessary skills, ability and
personality traits for the job. As with all tests
knowing what to expect gives you a great
advantage.

Use the practical tips and techniques on how to
approach and handle employment testing to feel
confident about taking the tests and to help you
improve your scores.

Before the Employment Test
Ask the employer what kind of employment tests
you can expect. Find out the exact location where
the test will be given and how long it is likely to
take.
If possible you can make a trial run to the test
location the day before to ensure you know where
to go and how long it will take you. Allow time for
traffic and parking
Get everything ready for the employment tests.
Have a couple of pencils ready for use. Pack your
eye glasses if you need them for reading. If
applicable, make sure you are dressed warmly
enough as sitting still for a period can make you
cold.

Reduce Test Anxiety
The pre employment test is only one of a number
of factors used to determine an applicant's
suitability for the job. Remember that usually
every applicant for the job takes the same tests.
Avoid coming across as defensive or nervous. If
the employer sees you are upset about taking a
test it may raise concerns about how you handle
job stress.

Get a good night's rest beforehand. On the day
arrive early. Don't test on an empty stomach and
dress comfortably. Take deep breaths and keep a
positive attitude. Avoid drinking a lot of liquids
before your employment tests.

Give Yourself Sufficient Time
Find out how much time the pre-employment test
is expected to take and make sure you are not
stressed by time constraints such as another
appointment.

You may need to spend anywhere from a few
minutes to several hours of time. Some
assessments are administered on site, while
others may be completed online from any
location. If it is a telephonic or online test make
sure there will be no interruptions or distractions.
How to Approach Employment Tests
Most job applicants do not understand the
methodology of personality tests. There are no
"right" answers and it is key to be honest in your
answers. The test is designed to evaluate how
your personality traits meet the requirements of
the job. If you try and give the answers you think
the employer wants you will cause problems for
yourself for two main reasons.
The tests contain validity scales that are able to
detect attempts to fake answers. This will be
considered dishonest by the prospective employer.
Secondly you are misleading your employer and
yourself about your suitability for the job and the
chances are you will not be happy or successful
in the position. You cannot change the results of
the tests by preparing for them in advance and
you should not attempt to give the “correct”
answer.

To prepare for the skills test, practice doing
whatever you'll be doing on the job - typing,
drawing up a spreadsheet, editing. A number of
skills tests are available online, you can search
for and use the appropriate tests for practice.

Read the Instructions Carefully
Applicants make the mistake of rushing through
the instructions and not making sure they
understand them.
Often there is very important information given
about how to answer the questions and how they
are scored.

Make sure you understand all the requirements. If
the test is administered by a person do not
hesitate to ask for clarification of anything you
don't understand.
Ask your questions before the test begins as
generally the test administrator will not be able to
answer any questions once the test starts. If you
are testing in a group situation avoid asking for
information from the other applicants once the
test begins.
How to Answer the Questions
Read each question carefully and make sure you
read all parts of the test question. Avoid over-
analyzing the questions, they are generally not
designed to be tricky or have hidden meanings.
Look at each test as a separate set of questions
and even if you feel unhappy with one test keep a
positive attitude when you start the next test.
A number of pre employment tests require you to
make a choice from a number of alternatives.
Make sure you have marked the right box next to
the right question number.
When taking the test do not rush and increase
the chances of making careless mistakes. If you
have time at the end double check your answers.

If there is a time limit for the test pace yourself
and don't get stuck on one or two questions.
Rather move on and come back to those
questions at the end.

The pre employment test should be approached in
a positive manner. It is an opportunity to learn
more about yourself and your real suitability for
the position.
Re: Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) Pre-employment Test. by SenatorJChris: 7:16pm On Oct 31
uzoexcel:
wow...ddddnt knw this thread existed....the test was horrible.....im pretty fast but this was on a whole level.
50 questions. 50minutes
My thought was that it should have been 45 questions for 1hr or 50 questions for 1hr. Horrible indeed with lots of incomplete info.
Re: Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) Pre-employment Test. by uzoexcel(m): 8:53pm On Oct 31
SenatorJChris:

My thought was that it should have been 45 questions for 1hr or 50 questions for 1hr. Horrible indeed with lots of incomplete info.
very horrible....could do only 42 sad
Re: Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) Pre-employment Test. by flamxy682(m): 12:20am On Nov 01
Please, what was title of the message sent, "NCC" or "Skyplus"?
Re: Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) Pre-employment Test. by Rotimi111123: 9:09am On Nov 01
A lot of incomplete questions.
A lot of questions that the correct symbols didnt show correctly (instead a "?" would show)
Test was not too bad, anyway.

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Re: Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) Pre-employment Test. by ENGANI(m): 12:46pm On Nov 05
Hello NLs continue feeding us with information concerning NCC messages and the subsequent pre employment test. Somebody was telling they are sending texts in batches that is why thousands of graduates submitted their CVs but only very few were invited for the text.So if you get your turn lets us know but make sure please to verify any information you want to share with us so that the NCC thread will not be like DPR thread where you have bundles of rumour mongers claiming they heard this and that from an insider but at long last feeding people with toxic information
So any genuine information lets know it. thanks and God bless all of us, and may He make us jump unexpectedly to those lucrative job that we are always praying and longing for. Amin

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Re: Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) Pre-employment Test. by micflo28(m): 1:25pm On Nov 05
zdeen:
08067988896 PLS ADD DIS TO D WATSAPP GROUP
please add me too to the whatsapp group. 08064824031. The test was by far the easiest and I look forward to updates on it.

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Re: Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) Pre-employment Test. by uzoexcel(m): 5:13pm On Nov 06
any news yet sad

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Re: Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) Pre-employment Test. by abnot: 8:50am On Nov 07
Kindly add 08051565584 to the group as there isnt enough information on nairaland
Re: Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) Pre-employment Test. by Emem86: 1:18pm On Nov 07
Admin pls kindly add 08035744802 to the group
Re: Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) Pre-employment Test. by bolajim17: 1:04pm On Nov 09
Emem86:
Admin pls kindly add 08035744802 to the group


Kindly add 08089612502
Re: Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) Pre-employment Test. by genecoide: 1:31pm On Nov 09
Una no hear say buhari don stop recruitment for all fg agencies and parastal
Re: Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) Pre-employment Test. by dejiijagbemi: 2:09pm On Nov 12
admin kindly add 08182494508 to the whatsapp group. God bless
Re: Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) Pre-employment Test. by ace123: 6:45pm On Nov 12
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Re: Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) Pre-employment Test. by Sophie888: 3:37pm On Nov 13
Any news yet?
Re: Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) Pre-employment Test. by JauntyZany(f): 8:51pm On Nov 13
Guys i got a call this afternoon from NCC that i was successful in the first stage and should come tomorrow for the 2nd stage.. please who else got the call... I wrote mine in Abuja.

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Re: Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) Pre-employment Test. by JauntyZany(f): 10:24pm On Nov 13
I'm getting some notifications for mails but can seem to view them .. do drop your questions here, i ll answer..
Re: Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) Pre-employment Test. by SenatorJChris: 10:49pm On Nov 13
JauntyZany:
Guys i got a call this afternoon from NCC that i was successful in the first stage and should come tomorrow for the 2nd stage.. please who else got the call... I wrote mine in Abuja.
What is the second stage and where are you required to present yourself? I think the period of notice is quite short.
Re: Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) Pre-employment Test. by JauntyZany(f): 6:13am On Nov 14
SenatorJChris:

What is the second stage and where are you required to present yourself? I think the period of notice is quite short.

Its really a short notice, less than 24hours but who am i to complain. I asked the caller if the second stage was a test or orals but he said he doesn't have enough information as to its nature. I was required to come with my credentials, originals and photocopy at same venue where i wrote the first stage. I was also asked my course of study and year of graduation.
Re: Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) Pre-employment Test. by flamxy682(m): 6:19am On Nov 14
JauntyZany:


Its really a short notice, less than 24hours but who am i to complain. I asked the caller if the second stage was a test or orals but he said he doesn't have enough information as to its nature. I was required to come with my credentials, originals and photocopy at same venue where i wrote the first stage. I was also asked my course of study and year of graduation.

What time today? And when did you write the test?

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