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Feedback Handling (Batch B)

After the just concluded test that was conducted from the 29th of March to 2nd April, the feedback portal is now open to recieve feedback and complaints from some whom may have legitimate concerns.

This is done in the spirit of transparency as is the standard of the College Relief Fund scholarship program.

Preliminary checks show that most participants had a smooth aptitude test session after following all the instructions. Some missed thier test dates due to various reasons. However, some had zero scores.

Zero Scores will be our priority as we believe it is a network error beyond their control.

All other complaints will be handled on an individual case bases.

All participants who submit the feedback form should keep checking their dashboard and the Aptitude Test Zone for updates on our feedback.

Note, all feedback/complaints will be handled based on the terms of the feedback protocols.

All complaints must have been handled on or before 19th April 2021.

Aptitute Test Information and New Dates


Congratulations once again on being Pre-Selected and for enlisting for the Documents Verification and Aptitude Test.

As you are aware, the test was scheduled to take place from 1st to 5th of December, 2020.

However, we want to announce that there is a forward shift of the test date. The test will now take place from the 14th-18th of December 2020.

Consequently, the new test dates are as follow:

Day 1 = 14th December (Monday)
Day 2 = 15th December (Tuesday
Day 3 = 16th December (Wednesday)
Day 4 = 17th December (Thursday)
Day 5 = 18th December (Friday)

You can take the test anytime from 00.01am to 11:59pm on your selected date.

This rescheduling was made necessary due to the need to provide a smooth user experience for you during the test period and mitigate against foreseen network errors. We regret any inconvenience this may cause.

Note that you will be asked to answer 10 questions each from any 3 of 4 categories, which include General Knowledge, Current Affairs, Language Use and Quantitative Reasoning.
Total questions will be 30 to be answered in 15minutes.
The test is optimized for both laptops and mobile devices running the Chrome Browser.

See sample questions below:

CATEGORY: Current Affairs
Nigeria is divided into how many geopolitical zones?
A. 6          B. 5         C. 4           D. 3

CATEGORY: General Knowledge
Goods leaving Nigeria to other countries are called ____
A. export        B. imports         C. local         D. counterfeit

CATEGORY: Language Use
Which word  is the closest in meaning to ‘grateful’?
A. hopeful        B. thankful       C. sincere          D. loving

CATEGORY: Quantitative Reasoning
Look at this series: 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, … What number should come next?
A. 11         B. 12        C. 13        D. 14

You will need to score 80% and pass the Document Verification to be eligible for Scholarship Disbursement for this first batch (disbursement starts 15th January 2021 as schools resume nationwide).
Those who have a lower score will be contacted to re-take the test for FREE in the second batch.

Please confirm that you see a Countdown Timer on your dashboard. If you still see a list of test dates, please contact 09029553933 via WhatsApp.

We wish you good luck as you plan towards the test.


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