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NNPC/SNEPCO Scholarship: Share Your Test Experience by ScholarUncle: 5:00pm On Oct 11, 2020
A lot of people have been shortlisted for the SNEPCO 2020/21 Scholarship and there are some Nairaland topics asking for past questions.
This thread is for people who have previously written the scholarship test to share their experience; those that passed the test and otherwise.
I believe this will help along with or without the pq. Tag anyone you know as well

cc timmy4845 kathique neuroboy4 Temilistic22

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Re: NNPC/SNEPCO Scholarship: Share Your Test Experience by Omotayo7(m): 5:40pm On Oct 11, 2020
Thanks for opening this thread it will be helpful for all
Re: NNPC/SNEPCO Scholarship: Share Your Test Experience by Next0: 5:43pm On Oct 11, 2020
Thanks for opening the thread, it will be very helpful
Please past scholars should share their experiences
This will be very first time of writing exam of this nature
I need serious preparation
Re: NNPC/SNEPCO Scholarship: Share Your Test Experience by neuroboy4: 8:43pm On Oct 11, 2020
ScholarUncle:
A lot of people have been shortlisted for the SNEPCO 2020/21 Scholarship and there are some Nairaland topics asking for past questions.
This thread is for people who have previously written the scholarship test to share their experience; those that passed the test and otherwise.
I believe this will help along with or without the pq. Tag anyone you know as well

cc timmy4845 kathique neuroboy4 Temilistic22

Yeah.

I wrote SNEPCo test year. I don't know how the format of this year is gonna look like but last year, I had 50 questions to be answered in exactly 60mins. I had two sections, basically Mathematics and English and 25 questions from each section.

The Mathematics was pretty low standard and not some critical reasoning quantitative analysis stuff, it was basic maths including topics like Progression, Mean, median, mode, Percentage profit and loss, simple word problems, calculus and others I can't remember. We weren't told whether to use calculator or not but I made use of it then.

The English/Verbal wasn't quite easy for me though, It was pretty JAMB standard. I had questions from Verbal Analogies, Antonyms and synonyms (arrghh). There were like two comprehension passages also. can't really remember a lot.

The overall exam was easier than expected. Though, I didn't make it (I guess a lot of people passed and I didn't make the limited slot).

Last year, we weren't informed whether the exam was proctored or not, no one really knew whether they disqualified people based on usage of calculators or other activities but I think this year will be different as there are some rules that come with the exam.

Just make sure you have a perfectly working computer/laptop and follow all rules strictly and also try to take the exam early. Pray also, because the exam might end up being easy but well, it would then be easy for others too and you all are competing for a limited slot.

Good luck to everyone.

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Re: NNPC/SNEPCO Scholarship: Share Your Test Experience by ScholarUncle: 9:02pm On Oct 11, 2020
neuroboy4:


Yeah.

I wrote SNEPCo test year. I don't know how the format of this year is gonna look like but last year, I had 50 questions to be answered in exactly 60mins. I had two sections, basically Mathematics and English and 25 questions from each section.

The Mathematics was pretty low standard and not some critical reasoning quantitative analysis stuff, it was basic maths including topics like Progression, Mean, median, mode, Percentage profit and loss, simple word problems, calculus and others I can't remember. We weren't told whether to use calculator or not but I made use of it then.

The English/Verbal wasn't quite easy for me though, It was pretty JAMB standard. I had questions from Verbal Analogies, Antonyms and synonyms (arrghh). There were like two comprehension passages also. can't really remember a lot.

The overall exam was easier than expected. Though, I didn't make it (I guess a lot of people passed and I didn't make the limited slot).

Last year, we weren't informed whether the exam was proctored or not, no one really knew whether they disqualified people based on usage of calculators or other activities but I think this year will be different as there are some rules that come with the exam.

Just make sure you have a perfectly working computer/laptop and follow all rules strictly and also try to take the exam early. Pray also, because the exam might end up being easy but well, it would then be easy for others too and you all are competing for a limited slot.

Good luck to everyone.

Thanks for this. God bless
Re: NNPC/SNEPCO Scholarship: Share Your Test Experience by Kaypols(f): 9:16pm On Oct 11, 2020
neuroboy4:


Yeah.

I wrote SNEPCo test year. I don't know how the format of this year is gonna look like but last year, I had 50 questions to be answered in exactly 60mins. I had two sections, basically Mathematics and English and 25 questions from each section.

The Mathematics was pretty low standard and not some critical reasoning quantitative analysis stuff, it was basic maths including topics like Progression, Mean, median, mode, Percentage profit and loss, simple word problems, calculus and others I can't remember. We weren't told whether to use calculator or not but I made use of it then.

The English/Verbal wasn't quite easy for me though, It was pretty JAMB standard. I had questions from Verbal Analogies, Antonyms and synonyms (arrghh). There were like two comprehension passages also. can't really remember a lot.

The overall exam was easier than expected. Though, I didn't make it (I guess a lot of people passed and I didn't make the limited slot).

Last year, we weren't informed whether the exam was proctored or not, no one really knew whether they disqualified people based on usage of calculators or other activities but I think this year will be different as there are some rules that come with the exam.

Just make sure you have a perfectly working computer/laptop and follow all rules strictly and also try to take the exam early. Pray also, because the exam might end up being easy but well, it would then be easy for others too and you all are competing for a limited slot.

Good luck to everyone.






where did you take the test ? was it at a cafe or at home
Re: NNPC/SNEPCO Scholarship: Share Your Test Experience by jpawjpaw(m): 9:40pm On Oct 11, 2020
neuroboy4:


Yeah.

I wrote SNEPCo test year. I don't know how the format of this year is gonna look like but last year, I had 50 questions to be answered in exactly 60mins. I had two sections, basically Mathematics and English and 25 questions from each section.

The Mathematics was pretty low standard and not some critical reasoning quantitative analysis stuff, it was basic maths including topics like Progression, Mean, median, mode, Percentage profit and loss, simple word problems, calculus and others I can't remember. We weren't told whether to use calculator or not but I made use of it then.

The English/Verbal wasn't quite easy for me though, It was pretty JAMB standard. I had questions from Verbal Analogies, Antonyms and synonyms (arrghh). There were like two comprehension passages also. can't really remember a lot.

The overall exam was easier than expected. Though, I didn't make it (I guess a lot of people passed and I didn't make the limited slot).

Last year, we weren't informed whether the exam was proctored or not, no one really knew whether they disqualified people based on usage of calculators or other activities but I think this year will be different as there are some rules that come with the exam.

Just make sure you have a perfectly working computer/laptop and follow all rules strictly and also try to take the exam early. Pray also, because the exam might end up being easy but well, it would then be easy for others too and you all are competing for a limited slot.

Good luck to everyone.
where do I place my ID card, should I hang it to be visible or.....

because they included ID card in their exam requirement.
Re: NNPC/SNEPCO Scholarship: Share Your Test Experience by Olumide2001: 11:22pm On Oct 11, 2020
You're gonna be uploading it before you start the test, as a matter of fact, it's just part of the pretest, there are other tests too. Just have it on your system and upload it when you get to the stage you'll be asked for it that day.

I wish you the best.
Re: NNPC/SNEPCO Scholarship: Share Your Test Experience by Next0: 11:54pm On Oct 11, 2020
Olumide2001:
You're gonna be uploading it before you start the test, as a matter of fact, it's just part of the pretest, there are other tests too. Just have it on your system and upload it when you get to the stage you'll be asked for it that day.

I wish you the best.
For those that don't have ID card, I hope NIN Slip will suffice?
Re: NNPC/SNEPCO Scholarship: Share Your Test Experience by neuroboy4: 11:09am On Oct 12, 2020
Kaypols:







where did you take the test ? was it at a cafe or at home

at home.
Re: NNPC/SNEPCO Scholarship: Share Your Test Experience by Omoolami100: 11:51am On Oct 12, 2020
neuroboy4:


at home.

Please when you were shortlisted, did the mail contain the exam mode? Because the one I got said just verbal and numerical reasoning
Re: NNPC/SNEPCO Scholarship: Share Your Test Experience by Aricoswet(m): 3:27pm On Oct 12, 2020
My first time this year too.
Can we get past questions and any other aids or study materials?
Thanks for Creating thread @ScholarUncle
Re: NNPC/SNEPCO Scholarship: Share Your Test Experience by Aricoswet(m): 3:28pm On Oct 12, 2020
Next0:
For those that don't have ID card, I hope NIN Slip will suffice?
Re: NNPC/SNEPCO Scholarship: Share Your Test Experience by Isaolamide: 3:32pm On Oct 12, 2020
Thank you for sharing this experience.
Others too can as well help us
Re: NNPC/SNEPCO Scholarship: Share Your Test Experience by Omoolami100: 4:42pm On Oct 12, 2020
neuroboy4:


at home.

neuroboy4
Re: NNPC/SNEPCO Scholarship: Share Your Test Experience by Isaolamide: 5:03pm On Oct 12, 2020
neuroboy4:


Yeah.

I wrote SNEPCo test year. I don't know how the format of this year is gonna look like but last year, I had 50 questions to be answered in exactly 60mins. I had two sections, basically Mathematics and English and 25 questions from each section.

The Mathematics was pretty low standard and not some critical reasoning quantitative analysis stuff, it was basic maths including topics like Progression, Mean, median, mode, Percentage profit and loss, simple word problems, calculus and others I can't remember. We weren't told whether to use calculator or not but I made use of it then.

The English/Verbal wasn't quite easy for me though, It was pretty JAMB standard. I had questions from Verbal Analogies, Antonyms and synonyms (arrghh). There were like two comprehension passages also. can't really remember a lot.

The overall exam was easier than expected. Though, I didn't make it (I guess a lot of people passed and I didn't make the limited slot).

Last year, we weren't informed whether the exam was proctored or not, no one really knew whether they disqualified people based on usage of calculators or other activities but I think this year will be different as there are some rules that come with the exam.

Just make sure you have a perfectly working computer/laptop and follow all rules strictly and also try to take the exam early. Pray also, because the exam might end up being easy but well, it would then be easy for others too and you all are competing for a limited slot.

Good luck to everyone.
But do you any anybody that was awarded the scholarship last year?
You may help. Ask him if he used calculator
Re: NNPC/SNEPCO Scholarship: Share Your Test Experience by Kaypols(f): 5:52pm On Oct 12, 2020
neuroboy4:

at home.





was the network good
Re: NNPC/SNEPCO Scholarship: Share Your Test Experience by neuroboy4: 12:54am On Oct 13, 2020
Omoolami100:


Please when you were shortlisted, did the mail contain the exam mode? Because the one I got said just verbal and numerical reasoning

Yes. In the mail, they specified the test would be Maths and English (which were written as numerical and verbal reasoning during the actual exam).

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Re: NNPC/SNEPCO Scholarship: Share Your Test Experience by Omoolami100: 1:38am On Oct 13, 2020
neuroboy4:


Yes. In the mail, they specified the test would be Maths and English (which were written as numerical and verbal reasoning during the actual exam).
Thanks boss.
Re: NNPC/SNEPCO Scholarship: Share Your Test Experience by pstmikol1(m): 8:39am On Oct 13, 2020
Is calculator allowed in the exam?
Re: NNPC/SNEPCO Scholarship: Share Your Test Experience by Olumide2001: 11:11am On Oct 13, 2020
Next0:

For those that don't have ID card, I hope NIN Slip will suffice?

Yes , you can use NIN slip. I actually used NIN slip when i wrote the just concluded spdc jv test.
Good luck!
Re: NNPC/SNEPCO Scholarship: Share Your Test Experience by Next0: 12:24pm On Oct 13, 2020
Olumide2001:


Yes , you can use NIN slip. I actually used NIN slip when i wrote the just concluded spdc jv test.
Good luck!
Thanks for the respond
Re: NNPC/SNEPCO Scholarship: Share Your Test Experience by Abs99: 2:08pm On Oct 13, 2020
Can I go the cafe to write the exam..cos my laptop doesn't have webcam.And in the instructions your laptop must have a webcam.
Re: NNPC/SNEPCO Scholarship: Share Your Test Experience by Aricoswet(m): 6:08pm On Oct 14, 2020
Next0:

Thanks for the respond
hi please can I get the past questions from you? The thread where it is being shared via emails is not active. Please help me out
arinzearicoswet@gmail.com
Re: NNPC/SNEPCO Scholarship: Share Your Test Experience by mespusinglez(m): 8:17pm On Oct 14, 2020
hmmm
Re: NNPC/SNEPCO Scholarship: Share Your Test Experience by mespusinglez(m): 8:24pm On Oct 14, 2020
Abs99:
Can I go the cafe to write the exam..cos my laptop doesn't have webcam.And in the instructions your laptop must have a webcam.
Chaiiii and I was hoping to use my IPhone since I got no lapi nawao
Re: NNPC/SNEPCO Scholarship: Share Your Test Experience by QuinnMagusPaul(m): 12:08pm On Oct 15, 2020
pstmikol1:
Is calculator allowed in the exam?
Hello Guys! Please we need an answer to this. Would calculators be allowed? (coz the email said nothing about the use of calculators)
Re: NNPC/SNEPCO Scholarship: Share Your Test Experience by Next0: 3:18pm On Oct 15, 2020
[quote author=QuinnMagusPaul post=94963397] Hello Guys! Please we need an answer to this. Would calculators be allowed? (coz the email said nothing about the use of calculators)[/quote

No calculator
Someone on Nairaland confirmed it from a snepco lady
Re: NNPC/SNEPCO Scholarship: Share Your Test Experience by WhizdomXX(m): 4:56pm On Oct 15, 2020
Aricoswet:

hi please can I get the past questions from you? The thread where it is being shared via emails is not active. Please help me out
arinzearicoswet@gmail.com
Please send to my mail too
wisdomonianwa@gmail.com. Thanks so much.
Re: NNPC/SNEPCO Scholarship: Share Your Test Experience by QuinnMagusPaul(m): 7:19pm On Oct 15, 2020
[quote author=Next0 post=94969545][/quote] Thanks, bruv! I appreciate your response.
Re: NNPC/SNEPCO Scholarship: Share Your Test Experience by KikiAdeola: 2:52pm On May 25
neuroboy4:


Yeah.

I wrote SNEPCo test year. I don't know how the format of this year is gonna look like but last year, I had 50 questions to be answered in exactly 60mins. I had two sections, basically Mathematics and English and 25 questions from each section.

The Mathematics was pretty low standard and not some critical reasoning quantitative analysis stuff, it was basic maths including topics like Progression, Mean, median, mode, Percentage profit and loss, simple word problems, calculus and others I can't remember. We weren't told whether to use calculator or not but I made use of it then.

The English/Verbal wasn't quite easy for me though, It was pretty JAMB standard. I had questions from Verbal Analogies, Antonyms and synonyms (arrghh). There were like two comprehension passages also. can't really remember a lot.

The overall exam was easier than expected. Though, I didn't make it (I guess a lot of people passed and I didn't make the limited slot).

Last year, we weren't informed whether the exam was proctored or not, no one really knew whether they disqualified people based on usage of calculators or other activities but I think this year will be different as there are some rules that come with the exam.

Just make sure you have a perfectly working computer/laptop and follow all rules strictly and also try to take the exam early. Pray also, because the exam might end up being easy but well, it would then be easy for others too and you all are competing for a limited slot.

Good luck to everyone.

Hello. Can I get your email? I need to ask you an important question.

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