NDLEA 2023 Recruitment Exercise: Online Test Summary and Important Issues Discussed on Twitter Space

The 2023 recruitment exercises for the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) will commence with online tests.

The test questions will be the same for both professionals and other duties, with some variations for lawyers to test their ability to practice. The agency needs 1,200 personnel for the senior cadre and 3,800 personnel for the junior cadre. The test can be written on mobile or desktop from any part of the world, and candidates can take the test anytime between 10 am and 11:59 pm of the scheduled day.

The test will cover English, Maths, and General papers, and the portal will only be accessible from Monday. There will be no make-up test after Wednesday. The assessment test is the first phase of the recruitment exercise, and other phases will include physical screening interviews and drug tests. The score will not be shown to candidates, and the pass mark is 80%.

If you were not able to print the guarantor form during registration at the physical screening center, it will be given to you during the online test. HND holders will start with grade 7, and BSC holders will start with grade 8. The SUPT cadre applicants will go through the online test, and the narcotic cadre process will continue immediately after the SUPT cadre assessment tests.

Successful applicants will be screened at the center closest to them in accordance with the five designated centers. The agency’s social media DMs are available for further assistance.

It’s important to note that some emails bounced back, and the agency is devising other measures to reach those who are yet to receive their invitations, such as SMS. Also, the past questions in circulation are fake and should not be relied upon.

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Finally, double invitations will not be entertained, and attempting to write the assessment twice will disqualify the applicant.