Very few of us are happy with our career. Most of us spend our lives in a career because we just fell into it. All too often, a lack of fulfillment and the feeling that we are working because we have to and not because we want to surfaces. With stats like that, it’s even more important to pursue a career that you’ll actually be happy doing for the next 20-25 years.
Don’t be like the majority who sacrifice happiness for a large paycheck. I’ve been a police officer for almost a decade now and although being a cop won’t get me on Forbes 100 list, I can truly say that I’m satisfied with my career.
If you want to be a police officer, you are going to face an uphill battle. Why? Not everyone is cut out to be a police officer. Many will apply to become a police officer and won’t be able to pass the police aptitude test, the oral board interview and/or the physical fitness test.
With that being said, I’ve assembled some sample questions to help you prepare for the police officer aptitude test:
Practice police aptitude questions 1 through 5:
1. Both women have made previous complaints, none of which were followed through because of insufficient evidence or strong fear of retaliation by the suspect. The suspect is attempting to intimidate the women and is
known for irrationale behaviour.
Which word in the sentences above is misspelled?
2. On the night of the accident, coeficient of friction testing was conducted using police transport on a cycloidal
Which word in the sentence above is misspelled?
3. Which word completes the next sentence?
Once she became a public figure, she had to give __________ her anonymity.
4. Which words complete the next sentence?
My partner and _____ went to the home and _____ knocking on the door.
a) I, began
b) me, began
c) me, begun
d) I, begun
5. Which of the following is the best definition of the word amendment?
a) cancellation by making invalid or outdated
b) identification by comparison and elimination
c) improvement by revision or correction
d) protection by establishing rules and laws