How To Check NDLEA Test Score For 2023 Recruitment Exam
Did you participate in the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency recruitment exam and wish to check your NDLEA aptitude test result? If your answer is ‘yes’, then worry no more as this post provides a guide on how to check your NDLEA test score.
Candidates who participated in the NDLEA aptitude test can view their test score or download their results through the anti-drug agency’s portal.
Is NDLEA test result out for 2023 exam?
Candidates who participated in the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency’s recruitment exam should keep in mind that the results for the NDLEA online test which was held in May 2023 are still pending meaning that your scores cannot be accessed yet, however, it will be accessible very soon. Therefore, this post provides a guide on how to check your NDLEA aptitude test score.
What next after the NDLEA Recruitment test?
Candidates who scaled through or passed the NDLEA test will receive an invitation via email or text message to participate in the physical verification of credentials, which after, the training of successful candidates will commence. After the training, candidates will be recruited into the Superintendent Cadre of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency.
How to Check NDLEA aptitude test result 2023
Follow the steps below to check your NDLEA test score:
- Go to https://www.ndlea.gov.ng/careers
Login with your application ID to view your result.
Note: the NDLEA aptitude test results will be made available online soon, and candidates who passed the test will be contacted for physical screening at NDLEA centres across the 36 states and FCT.
=> Check NDLEA Aptitude Test Cut Off Mark.
NDLEA past questions and answers for the ongoing exams
Please, if you need the NDLEA recent past questions and answers for the ongoing aptitude test. We have it in our bookstore. The questions consist of test written on 8th, 9th and 10th May, 2023. Follow this link => NDLEA 8th, 9th,10th… MAY, 2023 Past Questions and Answers.
Please is the assessment which is the law assessment also for other professions I mean those that applied for General duties? Thanks