The way to get the test score that you deserve is by proper preparation. The best preparation includes both knowing what to study and how to study. Our study guide will teach you what you need to know, but our bonus will show you HOW to use the information to be successful on the Civil Service Test. The ability to learn faster will accelerate the progress you make as you study for the test. Here is some of what is included in the bonus:
Some occupations require civil service tests and specialized assessments. The tests are used to validate physical and mental ability and skills required for the position. The exams vary in length from several hours to half a day or more. You will find required exams in law enforcement, the Foreign Service, postal workers, air traffic control specialists, and other related occupations. See the chapters on law enforcement and the Postal Service for more information. The information listed below provides a brief summary of the major job occupations that require written exams and a list of their web sites where you can go for additional information.
Detailed answer explanations are included for the questions. It may sound obvious, but you have to know which questions you missed (and more importantly why you missed the question) to be able to avoid making the same mistakes again when you take the real test. That's why the practice test questions we include for the Civil Service Test include answer keys with detailed answer explanations to each question. The in-depth answer explanations will allow you to better understand the questions that were difficult for you or that you needed more help to understand.
In order to apply for a job, you must first register online. After registering, you can apply to any vacancy currently posted. When applying to a vacancy, carefully read and respond to the application questions. The application process can take up to one year to complete depending upon an applicant's qualifications and the current hiring needs of the FBI. It includes passing a written civil service test, interview, polygraph examination, physical fitness test, physical, and a thorough background investigation.