September 21, 2016 by Levi Dominic
This is what some of those going for the N-Power assessment test will come across as they take another step in trying to secure a job.
Some people might be wondering the kind of question candidates sitting for the N-Power Assessment test would come across, well here is what it looks like. The question was given to an N-Teach candidate.
Which is the smallest fraction among the following?
How did you do in the test? Not so well. I ______ much better but I misread the directions for writing.
a. will have done
b. can have done
c. must have done
d. may have done
e. could have done
Q: The Capital of Lagos State is_____
If the day tomorrow is Sunday, what was it yesterday?
Amaka was the cynosure of all eyes at the party. This means that __________
a. she attracted everybody’s attention
b. everybody was surprised that she attended the part
c. None of the options
d. everybody looked down at her
e. she was notorious for her behaviour
Q: Who is the current Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria
a. Alhaji Mai Borno
b. Sanusi Lamido Sanusi
c. Godwin Emefiele
d. Adamu Chiroma
e. Charles Soludo
In words number 14 can be written as _________
[Choose the one that is most nearly opposite in meaning to the uppercase worD.] Few people prefer the RURAL to the ______ areas.
Q: A piece of land completely surrounded by water is known as_________
a. a platform
b. a lagoon
c. a lake
d. an island
e. None of the options
Bose shouldn’t have interrupted the teacher, _________?
a. could she
b. didn’t she
c. should she
d. did she
e. can she
Are you willing to be deployed to a rural area?
At this time, do you have any computer programming or software development skills?
At this time, which one or a combination of these devices do you own:
Select one or more:
a. Smartphone ( mobile phones with Internet capabilities)
Do you have any physical disability?
Which of these classifications and/ or post-graduate degrees apply to you?
a. 3rd Class / Pass
b. 1st Class / Distinction and Masters
c. 2nd Class Lower / Lower Credit + PGD
d. 1st Class / Distinction
e. 3rd Class /Pass + PGD
f. 2nd Class Upper / Upper Credit
g. 2nd Class Upper / Upper Credit + PGD
h. 3rd Class / Pass + Masters
i. 2nd Class Lower / Lower Credit
j.2nd Class Lower / Lower Credit + Masters
k. 2nd Class Upper / Upper Credit + Masters
l. 1st Class / Distinction and PGD
What is your current employment status?