Municipal Police and MBTA Police
Entry-Level Police Examination Preparation
COURSE REGISTRATION is NOW AVAILABLE!
The State of Massachusetts has begun the application period for candidates to complete the online process of applying to sit for the 2019 Municipal and MBTA (state-wide) Police Exam. Candidates should review the formal Announcement (Click Here) and then proceed to the Exam Application Portal (Click Here) to submit the formal application.
The Massachusetts application period closes on February 5, 2019 and the actual Police Officer Exam is scheduled to be administered at varied locations throughout the Commonwealth on Saturday, March 23, 2019.
Registration is now available for the CCS Test Prep® Program for the 2019 Massachusetts police officer exam.
This program and approach is very effective, as serious students can truly refine their skills and excel on the test. Passing is not good enough; it is critical to score extremely high in this very competitive process. Students will work with Chief David A. Paprota, Ed.D. (Ret.) via the CCS Test Prep® online learning platform to complete a very thorough and focused prep program leading right up to the time of the actual test.
Course Tuition: $395.00
The Massachusetts entry-level assessment is actually developed by a private vendor contracted by the State of Massachusetts. The EB Jacobs company, as contracted by the State of Massachusetts, has produced the Law Enforcement Aptitude Battery (LEAB). This version of the LEAB consists of 3 distinct parts with a total of 219 questions administered with a 3-hour time limit. The 3 distinct parts include the following: Part 1 – Cognitive Abilities Test (CAT) consisting of 48 questions; Part 2 – Work Styles Questionnaire (WSQ) consisting of 103 trait assessment statements; and Part 3 – Life Experience Survey (LES) consisting of 68 questions. Candidates must achieve a high composite score on the examination to be included in a hiring process.