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How To Print NPF Constable Recruitment CBT Test Slip



Nigeria Police recruitment 2024 for constable

In continuation of our ongoing coverage of the Nigerian Police Force (NPF) Constable Recruitment, particularly the shortlisted candidates for the upcoming CBT Aptitude Test, we provide an in-depth guide on how to print your CBT test slip. For those who may have missed our earlier update, you can find it here: “How To Check NPF Recruitment Shortlisted Applicants For CBT Test.”

The Nigerian Police Force has taken the initiative to reactivate the recruitment portal specifically for the 2022/2023/2024 POLICE CONSTABLE RECRUITMENT shortlisted candidates. This allows applicants to access and print their CBT slip, containing vital information such as the test date, time, and venue.

The NPF CBT test is scheduled to commence on 5th March 2024.

Follow the below steps to successfully print your NPF CBT Test Slip:

  1. Visit the official portal:
  2. Locate and click on the “Print Aptitude CBT Slip” button.
  3. On the open page, meticulously input your NIN (National Identification Number) into the provided field.
  4. Click the “Print Slip” button to generate and download your CBT test slip.

Reporting Wrong Schedule

In the event that you identify any discrepancies or inaccuracies in your Aptitude Test schedule, the Nigerian Police Force has provided a platform to address such concerns. You can report a wrong Aptitude Test schedule through the following link:

It’s essential to stay informed, and we wish all applicants the best of luck as they prepare for their upcoming CBT test. For any additional queries or assistance, applicants are encouraged to utilize the provided channels for communication on the official portal.

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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