NNPC Shortlisted Candidates 2019 List Released: Here is how to check.
Following the recently announced massive nationwide recruitment into the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) , Lailanews.com can authoritatively inform you that the 2019 NNPC Shortlisted candidates list has been released.
Established in 1977 and considered as one of the hottest government agency to work in the country, it’s not a surprise that more than 29 million Nigerians applied for the job even though the employment slot was just for about three thousand Nigerians.
How to Check the NNPC Shortlisted Candidates List 2019/Aptitude Test Date
From the notification sent to successful applicants, the computer-based test will take place on June 1, 2019. In parts, the notification sent to successful applicants reads:
“Following your online application for the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), you are hereby notified of your success in the first level screening exercise and the scheduling of a computer-based test for Saturday 1st June 2019”.
“The time and venue of the test and other required details will be communicated to you on or before 27th of May, 2019”.
“The NNPC further stated that Validation of credentials in line with our advertised criteria will continue throughout the exercise and candidates will be disqualified if found not to meet the criteria”.
“Candidates not qualified will not receive further communication from us regarding the computer-based test and other activities”.
Top tips on how to pass the NNPC Aptitude Test 2019
First, I wish to congratulate you for making it to this stage. Just like any other computer-based test, passing the NNPC aptitude test is more than possible but how well you do that depends on a number of factors. Below are the top proven tips to get you started.
- Ensure you have access to the email you applied with as vital information would be sent to it both now and after the aptitude test.
- Go with all your credentials to the test venue including those you think are not relevant.
- Arrive at the venue of the test on time at least an hour before the test time.
- Practice past questions ahead of the test date.
- Most importantly, take a deep breath and relax. It is an aptitude test, not a death sentence.
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