Here are all past questions and Aptitude test questions and answers of Ghana Immigration Service (GIS), Ghana Prisons Service (GPS), and Ghana Police Service (GPS), Ghana National Fire Service (GNFS) which is scheduled on Saturday, October 30, 2021.
Applicants who have successfully passed the Screening exercise (Body Selection and Document Validation) are expected to be called to write an Aptitude test. Solve commonly selected Aptitude Test.
What is Aptitude Test
An aptitude test is used to measure an Applicants’ cognitive abilities, attitudes, personality and knowledge. It is a proven method to assess applicant’s skills, since it provides meaningful insights about a candidate, regardless of the role or industry.
Aptitude tests measure a range of skills such as numerical ability, language comprehension and logical thinking.
The Aptitude test for GIS, GPS, and GNFS is going to capture the following Areas:
General Knowledge and Current Affairs
Based on the General Knowledge questions, applicants will be tested on current affairs and general knowledge on GNFS, GIS, and GPS. Such as:
- When was the service established?
- What are the objectives of the service (GIS, GNFS, or GPS)?
- State some functions of the service?
- Outline their ranks in order of hierarchy
- The first and current commander of the Service
- Ranks and their symbols
Basic Numeracy & Arithmetic
A basic numerical reasoning test is one of the most commonly used psychometric tests. It will test your ability to carry out basic calculations and understand basic mathematical concepts.
A numerical reasoning test is a form of psychometric assessment commonly used in the application stages of the recruitment process. It is specifically designed to measure a candidate’s numerical aptitude and their ability to interpret, and analyses data.
General arithmetic, percentages, fractions and averages are all common elements of a numerical reasoning test, but its main focus is statistical information.
Literacy Knowledge (language comprehension)
Literacy test (language comprehension) assesses your ability to make deductions from the text. The format is typically a written passage followed by a statement, and you must decide whether the statement is true, false or that you cannot say. They evaluate your understanding of language and level of verbal comprehension and logic.
Depending on the role you are applying for, questions may range from basic reading comprehension to more advanced reasoning. There are also a number of different test providers used by recruiters, offering a range of verbal reasoning assessments for different applicants.