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How To Retake NPower Test If You Scored Below 70%

Congratulations to those who scored above 80% in the ongoing Npower Batch C test but if you score below 70%, you don’t need to panic, i will be giving you instruction on how to retake the Npower test in this article.

The only official website to retake the test is https://nasims.gov.ng/login

It is very clear to us that most people did not do well in the test, we have seen results and most people even scored 0% and the majority scored below 50%. This is not a good result if I must say, but I want to assure you that all hope is not lost because there is a way out of this.

From NewsOnline Nigeria research, We discovered you can actually take the test over and over again provided you follow the instruction conveyed below.

The N-power test comprises 20 questions, which requires 20 minutes to answer all the questions. Therefore, it is expected that you spend one minute on each question. To ensure you pass the test, applicants are allowed three attempts on each portal update.

Follow the below instruction to retake the Npower Batch C Test if you score below 70%.

Despite the fact that you have written the test and seeing your score in the dashboard, you can still alter the result by retaking the test.

  • Firstly, log in to your Npower Dashboard via https://nasims.gov.ng/login
  • Re-validate your profile by entering the same details and again and re-uploading your documents.
  • Hit the save button and a pop-up will come out asking you to retake the test.
  • Click “Take test”
  • Log in with your NASIM ID and Password and retake the test.

The main objective of this approach is to score high in your Npower Test. It is, therefore, necessary that you spend at least one minute on each question. Kindly endeavor to read carefully before choosing an option.

 

By flippstack

I am the CEO of flippstack.com, a full-time blogger and a web developer.

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