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NNPC Invitation Letter Printing Commence (See Important Information)



Breaking: Update on NNPC Recruitment 2021/2022 Application
We are pleased to inform all applicants that applied for the just concluded NNPC recruitment exercise that the invitation is ready and has been sent to selected applicants.

Please kindly take note of the following guidelines that will aid your movement to CBT centre.

If you have not gotten the NNPC Past Questions answers yet, kindly send us a mail via cost N2,000 only if you are interested.

What to Take to NNPC CBT Centre

1. Print-out of this invitation letter clearly showing barcode, exam number and candidate’s picture.
2. Original copy of a selected form of identification as indicated in the online application (Driver’s License, National ID card, Voters Card OR International Passport)
3. HB pencils. (Kindly note that the test is Computer Based. Use of pencils are optional for rough work only and sheets for rough work will be provided).

The following items are prohibited at all NNPC test centres

  • Weapons of any sort
  • Watches/Clocks
  • Pen/biro
  • Mobile phones or similar
  • electronic devices
  • Spy reading glasses
  • (medicated glasses will be
  • scrutinized)
  • Calculators
  • USB, CD, hard disks and/or similar storage devices
  • Books/any form of paper
  • Cameras
  • Recorders
  • Microphones
  • Earpieces
  • Ink/pen readers
  • Erasers
  • Smart lenses
  • Smart rings/jewellery
  • Smart Buttons
  • Bluetooth devices
  • Keys/key holders
  • ATM cards
  • Bangles/Rings/Necklaces
  • Bags of any sort
  • Paper/plastic folders
  • ETC

If you have not gotten the NNPC Past Questions answers yet, kindly send us a mail via cost N2,000 only if you are interested.


  • Candidates are advised, in their best interest, not to bring any of the above-listed items to the examination venue.
  • Candidates will NOT be rescheduled for another test in the event they miss their appointments.
  • Candidates’ test location, centre and time will NOT be changed
  • Non-compliance with test guidelines and requirements will lead to disqualification.
  • Validation of credentials in line with our advertised criteria will continue throughout the exercise and candidates will be disqualified if found not to meet set criteria.

Bernard Bassey is a graduate of Software Engineering from AfriHUB University, Abuja. He is an expert in field journalism, his interest in socio-politics activities is keen.

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