Welcome to the Nigeria Police Exam *Practice* Questions and Answers! This resource is designed to help you prepare effectively for the Nigeria Police recruitment examination by providing a variety of sample questions that are likely to come out in the exam day across different subjects. Join this WhatsApp Group!

Whether you’re brushing up on your general knowledge, sharpening your mathematics skills, refining your English language proficiency, honing your reasoning abilities, or staying up-to-date with current affairs, this guide has you covered.

Please note that the questions provided below are not PAST Questions. Rather it is a set of questions that we predict might come out in the exam day.

Here is an idea of the types of questions that might appear on the Nigeria Police exam:

1. **General Knowledge**: Questions about Nigeria’s history, geography, government structure, current events, and culture.

2. **Mathematics**: Basic arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and data interpretation.

3. **English Language**: Grammar, vocabulary, comprehension, and writing skills.

4. **Reasoning**: Logical reasoning, analytical thinking, and problem-solving.

5. **Current Affairs**: Questions about recent national and international events, politics, economics, and social issues.

Studying NPF past exam papers and practicing with sample questions covering these areas will help you prepare effectively.

## NPF Sample Practice Questions

Here are questions across various subjects:

Question | Answer |
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1. General Knowledge: What is the capital city of Nigeria? |
Abuja. |

2. Mathematics: What is 25 multiplied by 4? |
100. |

3. English Language: Identify the synonym of “angry.” |
Mad. |

4. Reasoning: If all humans are mortal, and Socrates is a human, what can we conclude? |
Socrates is mortal. |

5. Current Affairs: Who is the current President of Nigeria? |
Bola Ahmed Tinubu. |

6. General Knowledge: Which Nigerian musician is known as the “African Giant”? |
Burna Boy. |

7. Mathematics: What is 16 divided by 4? |
4. |

8. English Language: Correct the sentence: “She doesn’t goes to school.” |
“She doesn’t go to school.” |

9. Reasoning: If all triangles have three sides, and a square is not a triangle, how many sides does a square have? |
4. |

10. Current Affairs: What year did Nigeria gain independence? |
Nigeria gained independence in 1960. |

11. General Knowledge: What is the largest city in Nigeria by population? |
Lagos. |

12. Mathematics: What is 7 squared? |
49. |

13. English Language: Identify the antonym of “begin.” |
End. |

14. Reasoning: If all mammals lay eggs, and a dog is a mammal, does a dog lay eggs? |
No, because dogs give birth to live young. |

15. Current Affairs: Who is the current Vice President of Nigeria? |
Kashim Shettima. |

16. General Knowledge: What is the largest ethnic group in Nigeria? |
The Hausa-Fulani. |

17. Mathematics: What is the value of 3 raised to the power of 4? |
81. |

18. English Language: Correct the sentence: “They is going to the park.” |
“They are going to the park.” |

19. Reasoning: If all rectangles have four right angles, and a square is a rectangle, does a square have right angles? |
Yes, because a square is a type of rectangle. |

20. Current Affairs: Who is the current Speaker of the Nigerian House of Representatives? |
Tajudeen Abbas. |

21. General Knowledge: What is the most populous state in Nigeria? |
Lagos State. |

22. Mathematics: What is 30% of 200? |
60. |

23. English Language: Identify the plural form of “child.” |
Children. |

24. Reasoning: If all squares have four equal sides, and a rectangle is not a square, does a rectangle have equal sides? |
No, because rectangles can have unequal sides. |

25. Current Affairs: Who is the current Chief Justice of Nigeria? |
Olukayode Ariwoola. |

26. General Knowledge: Which Nigerian author wrote the novel “Things Fall Apart”? |
Chinua Achebe. |

27. Mathematics: What is the next prime number after 17? |
19. |

28. English Language: Correct the sentence: “He goed to the store.” |
“He went to the store.” |

29. Reasoning: If all birds have feathers, and an ostrich is a bird, does an ostrich have feathers? |
Yes, because all birds have feathers. |

30. Current Affairs: Who is the current Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria? |
Olayemi Cardoso. |

31. General Knowledge: What is the currency of Nigeria? |
Nigerian Naira (NGN). |

32. Mathematics: What is 3/4 expressed as a decimal? |
0.75. |

33. English Language: Identify the synonym of “beautiful.” |
Gorgeous. |

34. Reasoning: If all mammals give birth to live young, and a dolphin is a mammal, what can we conclude? |
Dolphins give birth to live young. |

35. Current Affairs: What year did Nigeria become a republic? |
Nigeria became a republic in 1963. |

36. General Knowledge: What is the highest mountain peak in Nigeria? |
Mount Chappal Waddi (also known as Gangirwal). |

37. Mathematics: What is the next number in the sequence: 2, 4, 6, 8, ___? |
10. |

38. English Language: Identify the antonym of “brave.” |
Cowardly. |

39. Reasoning: If all squares are rectangles, and all rectangles have four sides, how many sides does a square have? |
4. |

40. Current Affairs: Who won the 2020 African Cup of Nations? |
Morocco. |

41. General Knowledge: What is the largest city in Nigeria by land area? |
Ibadan. |

42. Mathematics: What is the sum of the angles in a triangle? |
180 degrees. |

43. English Language: Correct the sentence: “He don’t like ice cream.” |
“He doesn’t like ice cream.” |

44. Reasoning: If all mammals lay eggs, and a whale is a mammal, does a whale lay eggs? |
No, because mammals give birth to live young. |

45. Current Affairs: Who is the current Prime Minister of the United Kingdom? |
Rishi Sunak. |

46. Mathematics: What is the product of 7 multiplied by 9? |
63. |

47. Mathematics: What is the value of π (pi) to two decimal places? |
3.14. |

48. Mathematics: Solve for x: 2x + 5 = 15. |
x = 5. |

49. Mathematics: If a rectangle has a length of 8 units and a width of 5 units, what is its area? |
40 square units. |

50. Mathematics: What is the square root of 100? |
10. |

51. Mathematics: What is the next number in the sequence: 3, 6, 9, 12, ___? |
15. |

52. Mathematics: What is the value of 3 to the power of 3? |
27. |

53. Mathematics: If a circle has a radius of 6 units, what is its circumference? (Use π ≈ 3.14) |
Approximately 37.68 units. |

54. Mathematics: What is the next prime number after 29? |
31. |

55. Mathematics: What is the value of 2 squared? |
4. |

56. General Knowledge: What is the full meaning of NPF? |
Nigeria Police Force. |

57. Current Affairs: Who is the Inspector General of Police of Nigeria? |
Kayode Egbetokun |

58. General Knowledge: What is the primary duty of the Nigeria Police Force? |
To protect lives and property, enforce laws, and maintain peace and order. |

59. General Knowledge: When was the Nigeria Police Force established? |
The Nigeria Police Force was established in 1930. |

60. General Knowledge: What is the motto of the Nigeria Police Force? |
“The police is your friend.” |

61. General Knowledge: What is the rank structure in the Nigeria Police Force? |
Command (authority), Administration and Organisation. |

62. General Knowledge: What is the emergency phone number for the Nigeria Police Force? |
Emergency number is 112 or 199. |

63. General Knowledge: What is the name of the department responsible for criminal investigations within the Nigeria Police Force? |
Criminal Investigation Department (CID). |

64. General Knowledge: Who is responsible for appointing the Inspector General of Police in Nigeria? |
The President of Nigeria. |

65. General Knowledge: What is the highest rank in the Nigeria Police Force? |
Inspector General of Police (IGP). |

Remember that the above questions are Practice Questions and Answers that are likely to come out in the exam. If you need NPF past questions and answers you can download here.

The questions are too simple!