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N-POWER: Checkout Tips to Help You Score Excellently in the N-POWER Aptitude Test

The N-POWER program was initiated by President Buhari's administration to help alleviate poverty and unemployment amongst Nigerian Youths.

Source: Google

Over 500,000 Nigerian Youths have benefited from the scheme until June and July 2020 when there were disengaged from the scheme.


Before the disengagement of the Batch A and B beneficiaries from the Scheme, the portal for registration of new Batch C beneficiaries had been open and soon, the batch C applicants will be shortlisted and would write Aptitude Test for the next step of their selection process.


Below are a few tips that can assist you to pass the test with ease.


1. Revise your basic Mathematics:


From the past questions of the last two batch A and B Aptitude test, questions like Simple Interest, Profit and loss, Ratio, Statistics - Mean, Mode, and median are questions you should expect during the examination.


2. Basic English Language: Many believe English language examinations are very simple and neglect topics like idiomatic expressions, nearest in meaning, opposite in meaning, and the likes.


3. Remain Calm while Writing the Exams: Anxiety is not good for any situation, worst of all in an exam situation.


Try to be as calm as possible while writing the aptitude test so you don't get to mix things up. A lot of people have failed because there were anxious during an examination.


4. Be Sure to Have an Excellent Internet Service: Having a Good Internet connection would go a long way in helping you succeed in this aptitude test. Ensure that you also have enough data on your device so you will not be distracted while writing your test.


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