NDLEA Announces Requirements for Assessment Test

The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has revealed important details regarding its ongoing recruitment exercise. In a recent announcement, the agency disclosed that all applicants, except lawyers, will be required to take the same test. Lawyers, however, will face some additional questions to assess their professional capabilities.

According to the NDLEA, they are looking to hire 1,200 personnel for the Senior cadre and 3,800 personnel for the Junior cadre. The assessment test will be accessible to candidates worldwide and can be taken either on a mobile device or a desktop computer.

Candidates have been granted a flexible testing window, with the opportunity to write the test anytime between 10:00 AM and 11:59 PM on the scheduled day. The assessment will cover subjects such as English, Mathematics, and General papers. Applicants are reminded that their application ID, NDLEA/SUPT/2023/NIN, will be the required login credential.

Notably, the exact number of questions to be asked during the test has not been disclosed yet, and the portal for the test will only be accessible starting from Monday. The NDLEA has made it clear that there will be no mop-up test conducted after Wednesday, emphasizing the importance of adhering to the provided testing timeline.

The assessment test serves as the initial phase of the recruitment exercise, which will be followed by physical screening interviews and drug tests. It’s worth mentioning that candidates will not be shown their scores, but they should aim to achieve at least 80% to pass the test successfully.

For those who were unable to print the guarantor form during the registration process at the physical screening center, it will be made available to them. However, it is important to note that attempting to write the assessment test more than once will lead to disqualification.

The NDLEA has informed applicants that invites for the assessment test are still being sent out. In cases where emails have bounced back, alternative measures, such as SMS notifications, will be implemented to reach those affected.

Furthermore, the agency has issued a warning against relying on past questions circulating on various platforms, as they are deemed fake and unreliable. The NDLEA has assured HND and BSC holders that the grading system for the Senior cadre positions will be based on grade 7 and grade 8, respectively.

Lastly, it has been clarified that only Superintendent cadre applicants will go through the assessment test, while the recruitment process for the narcotic cadre will commence immediately after the SUPT cadre assessment tests.

The NDLEA has also confirmed that the physical screening will be conducted at five designated centers, allowing successful applicants to be screened at the center closest to their location.

For further assistance and inquiries, applicants are encouraged to reach out to the agency through its social media direct messages.

Good luck to all applicants as they embark on this crucial phase of the recruitment exercise.

Stay tuned for more updates on this developing story.

2 thoughts on “NDLEA Announces Requirements for Assessment Test”

  1. Jamilu Rabiu Abubakar

    I have applied for NDLEA yet not receive any email for CBT.

    Can someone advise me on what to do before the time pass please?

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