NSW Police Entrance Exam Practice Tests (880 questions)

NSW Police Entrance Exam Practice Tests (880 questions)

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About NSW Police Entrance Examination

1. Test Components 

Candidates need to allow approximately 2 and a half hours for the entire testing session. 

The NSW Police Entrance Examination is made up of five sections. All sections of the test will be conducted on a computer with two written components answered in a booklet. All candidates planning to sit the NSW Police Entrance Examination will be required to register and attend an Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) test centre. 

There is no provision for interstate or international testing dates or venues. 

To be selected for progression to the next stage of the NSW Police Recruitment process, candidates must obtain a score at or above the pass marks listed below. 

NSW Police Entrance Exam Test Components


2. About Verbal Reasoning and Abstract Reasoning Sections

The Verbal and Abstract reasoning tests are designed to measure these abilities as demonstrated by the capacity to think logically, see relationships and solve problems. The tests are primarily intended as a measure of general cognitive ability for selection into occupations that involve a moderate to high level of demand on reasoning ability, and for other purposes where the ability to think clearly is involved. 

The reasoning tests are multiple choice format for the Verbal and Abstract reasoning. 

It is recommended that you work steadily through the test. It is not advisable to spend too much time on any one question. Try each question as you come to it. Answer the questions you find easiest first. If you find a question is too difficult, leave it and come back to it later if you have time. 

For the Verbal and Abstract reasoning read through all the alternative answers to a question, even if you think the first one is correct, before marking your chosen response. If you think you know the answer to a question, mark it, even if you are not certain. Go on to the next question and come back later if you have time. 

VERBAL REASONING 
Verbal reasoning is the ability to understand and reason using concepts framed in words. It aims at testing your ability to think logically, understand relationships, solve problems and think critically, rather than simply understanding vocabulary.

ABSTRACT REASONING 
The abstract reasoning assessment is used to measure the ability to think clearly to solve problems and quickly identify patterns and logical rules based on abstract visual patterns rather than numbers and words. It involves recognising the rule or rules that govern the progression of a pattern from one diagram to another in a series, or to identify the part which is missing from a diagram. 

(Source: NSW Police Entrance Exam, Candidate Information Booklet, ACER, https://nswpolice.acer.edu.au)

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