How to Easily Pass GIS, GNFS and Ghana Prisons Aptitude Test
How to Easily Pass GIS, GNFS, and Ghana Prisons Aptitude Test: The Ghana Immigration Service, Ghana National Fire service, and the Ghana Prisons Service Aptitude test are scheduled to take place on Saturday 30th October 2021.
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Applicants who ave have successfully undergone the screening exercise for the 2021 GIS recruitment are to expect an SMS between Thursday and Friday per the information available.
If you are one of the successful applicants for the GIS, GNFS, and GPS, then you should be preparing to sit for the exams.
In this article, we are going to take you through simple steps on how to pass the test.
The Aptitude tet for the GIS, GNFS, and GPS are going to be set in a similar format. Applicants will be tested based on:
- General knowledge
- Numeracy & Arithmetic reasoning (Maths, logical reasoning, symbols, and patterns)
- Literacy knowledge
This means for you to pass the test, you must be much acquainted with questions from the above sections.
The General Knowledge questions are mostly asked to test the applicant’s understanding of the respective field (GIS, GNFS, GPS) and the current affairs of the country. Meaning most of the questions coming from that sections can easily be gotten from the various service official webpage. Questions such as:
- What are the Objectives of the service (GIS, GNFS, or GPS)?
- State Some Functions of the Service?
- Can You state the Visions, Mission, and Core Values of the service (GIS, GNFS, or GPS)?
- What is the Service Chain of command?
- When was the Service established?
- Who Was The First Commander Of the Service?
Are highly anticipated when it comes to the general knowledge aspect of the aptitude test.
The Numeracy & Arithmetic reasoning (Maths, logical reasoning, symbols, and patterns) questions come from simple mathematics questions with word problems questions being dominant.
The service will like to test the thinking ability of the applicants and how they’ll be able to apply that to solve critical issues if recruited.
Literacy questions are to test the candidate’s ability to read and understand a situation at hand. Under the literacy section, candidates may be presented with a passage and asked to deduce the meaning from such a passage.
Candidates’ comprehension, grammar, and concord are also tested areas when it comes to the literacy part of the service aptitude test.
So for you to pass the aptitude test, you must have a sound understanding of questions from all three sections of the test.
Likely for you, there are a lot of samples of questions for; Numeracy & Arithmetic reasoning (Maths, logical reasoning, symbols, and patterns) and Literacy knowledge on the internet.
We have also prepared some of these tests to serve as a guide to you when learning for the Immigration service aptitude test, Ghana national fire service aptitude test, Ghana prisons service aptitude test, and the Ghana Police Service aptitude test.
You can get access to all the questions and answers below.
- GIS, GNFS & Ghana Prisons Service Aptitude Test, See Most FQAs By Applicants
- Ghana Prisons Service Aptitude Test Questions & Answers on Numeracy & Logical Reasoning
- GNFS Aptitude Test Questions and Answers For October 2021 Recruitment
- Ghana Police Service Aptitude Test Questions – Numeracy & Logical Reasoning
- GNFS 2021 Recruitment, What’s Next After Aptitude Test
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