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N-Power: 10 Things You Need to Know About The Assessment Phase of FG’s Recruitment

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The federal government N-power programme opened its portal for registration in June 2016 and today, the recruitment process has entered its assessment stage.

Here are 10 things you should know about the assessment stage of the introduced to cater for unemployed graduates.
1.      The Teacher Corps programme shall engage 500,000 unemployed graduates and deploy them to schools to teach
2.      Information from the Office of the Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo states that about a million Nigerian undergraduates have applied online for the programme.
3.      Under this phase of the programme, candidates will be assessed in phases based on their specific chosen programmes before the final selection.
4.      Applicants are to log in and fill in their phone numbers and surnames as contained in their original application, using their personal profile (which has been opened for every applicant).
5.      All candidates will be notified by SMS of their assessment the day before.
6.      All assessments will include some personal questions and other questions testing basic knowledge of English, General Knowledge and Quantitative Reasoning.
7.      Applicants are to note also that they can take their tests on a smart-phone, tablet, laptop or desktop computer provided that the devices have internet connection.
8.      Successful applicants will be selected to participate in the N-Power programme.
9.      Applicants can only gain access to their profile for assessment as represented in the schedule which breaks down applicants in batches by the first letter in their surnames. A schedule for each programme’s assessment is represented on the N-power website
10.  Based on the schedule, applicants for the N-Power Teach programme will be first in line, starting on Tuesday September 20, 2016 and applicants whose surnames fall between the alphabets V-Z (e.g. Venda, Wushishi, Xiaver, Yusuf, Zikora) should log in and take their assessments on the stipulated date.

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