Written Exam Preparation
Essex County (NJ)
The officials at the Essex County Police Academy commonly announce the Alternate Route Program competitive process in February of each year for an early June test administration. Once the next exam is announced, CCS Test Prep® will have a prep program scheduled to assist serious candidates in scoring high on the exam. Use the CONTACT FORM below to join the CCS Test Prep® email list for updates.
Why the Alternate Route Program?
The CCS Test Prep® Program is a very focused training course during which Chief David A. Paprota, Ed.D. (Ret.) works with students using an online platform for the two weeks leading up to the actual exam. Along with videos and instructional lessons, students have the ability to complete online practice quizzes which are instantly scored and include answer guides to ensure maximum retention and understanding. This focused approach has proven to be far superior to in-class lectures and has produced exceptional results.
The Essex County Police Academy utilizes the New Jersey Association of Chiefs of Police (NJSACOP) exam services unit to administer the Alternate Route Program exam. The NJSACOP utilizes the I/O Solutions (IOS) National Criminal Justice Officer Selection Inventory (NCJOSI) written exam series. This is a very critically scored entry-level exam that has been proven to be very challenging as a competitive instrument. Most candidates take the exam over and over without ever achieving a sufficiently adequate score to be considered in any of the selection processes for which the exam series is utilized.
For information regarding the exam preparation services provided by Critical Concepts and Strategies (CCS Test Prep®) for the Essex County, NJ, Alternate Route Program examination, please utilize the CONTACT FORM below to submit an inquiry.
Chief David A. Paprota, Ed.D. (ret.) will respond to your inquiry within 72 hours.
Unless otherwise indicated, you will be added to the CCS Test Prep® email list to receive updates from Chief Paprota regarding New Jersey entry-level testing. Aside from the NCJOSI exams, the New Jersey Civil Service Commission is expected to announce the next statewide Law Enforcement Examination (LEE) in 2019.
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