Want to pass the National Police Officer Selection Test - NPOST or Post Exam? Download this app and start studying questions in flashcard format that will help you prepare for the test to become a qualified applicant for law enforce agencies. Flashcard study is a proven technique for information retention.
The following agencies are currently using the National Police Officer Selection Test (NPOST or POST)
• North Carolina.
• South Carolina.
Created by people with backgrounds in law enforcement and education, we've found the flashcard method to be one of the most effective training tools for Police Academy cadets. Our app includes questions covering all areas of the exam, which is divided up into different categories. The sections are measuring basic skills, this includes questions covering: mathematics, reading comprehension, English grammar, and incident report writing. Study the questions and categories you want to work on and hide the ones you already know (you can always add them back later).
Having this information on your phone makes it easy to study on your own terms, and since they're pre-populated with questions and answers, you don't have to hassle with making them, organizing them, or keeping track of their location. Instead, you can concentrate on learning the material.
By popular demand, our app features a built in stopwatch, which can help you time your study sessions or prepare for any applicable physical fitness test (by default, it's tuned to track the 1.5 mile run from the Cooper Institute Standard). A log is kept to help you track your progress.
For more information about Virtual Police Academy applications, visit virtualpoliceacademy.com