Become A Sheriff Deputy in California
Do you want a deputy sheriff job in the state of California? If you do, you must understand it’s not going to be easy, especially in Orange county where the competition is tougher than most other departments. Have I scared you enough yet? Well don’t be, because if you have the drive and determination, you’ll get the job as police officer for either the Sheriff department or a city agency.
Whatever agency you decide to work for, whether it’s for the county or it’s for the city, there is one thing you’ll need to do first and that is pass the physical assessment test, police officer examination, and the oral board interview. All three are tough as nails.
I’m going to discuss the Sheriff Deputy Exam more candidates fail this particular test. I am boggled by how anyone could fail the police exam since there are so many preparation resources available. There are police forums, blogs, and self study guides all over the place. I don’t know if potential prospects are lazy or they just don’t know these resources are available to them. Whatever is the reason, the results are not very good.
In order to become a Sheriff deputy officer, you must get a satisfactory score on the law enforcement test. If you don’t get a qualifying score, you’ll get eliminated from the hiring process.
The best way to avoid this scenario is to get yourself a sheriff exam self study guide that covers all the major component of the test. Here are just a few categories you’ll need to study for as you prepare for the CA sheriff exam…
- Memory Orientation
- Reading Comprehension
- Writing Techniques
- and more
In conclusion, the California Sheriff exam is not as hard as you think if you use some of the resources I mentioned above. You can even contact your recruiter to see if they have a police exam study guide for first time test takers.