Written Exam Preparation
Candidates who properly applied online at the Nassau County – NY – Civil Service Website (Click Here) also had the opportunity to schedule their test date via the Nassau County Civil Service website by choosing one of the following dates:
- Friday, January 5, 2024
- Saturday, January 6, 2024
- Sunday, January 7, 2024
- Monday, January 8, 2024
- Tuesday, January 9, 2024
- Wednesday, January 10, 2024
Nassau County has switched away from the old exam. The new exam being used is the computer-based version of the 3-Part LEAB. Serious candidates prepare for this very competitive exam with CCS Test Prep®. The new computer-based exam involves three distinct parts that fall under one continuous 2 hour and 30 minute time limit. The first part involves a 30-question, multiple-choice, written abilities section. The second part involves a 135 statement trait assessment referred to as a work styles questionnaire. The third part involves a 75 question, multiple-choice, life experience (biodata) survey. Each part of the test is scored and the scores from the individual parts are combined to generate the candidate’s final average.
Candidates interested in preparing and competing for a top score on the Nassau County Entry-Level Police Officer Exam completed the CCS Test Prep® Online Exam Preparation Program!
The CCS Test Prep® Program is a very focused online training program for the 2024 Nassau County Police Officer Exam. Chief David A. Paprota, Ed.D. (Ret.) has used his 30 years of knowledge and experience with multi-factor entry-level law enforcement competitive testing to develop an online program that provides student’s with 24/7 access to the focused and on-point preparation available. Students can use the key principles of repetition and reinforcement to work to 100% proficiency and understanding for more than 30 days leading up to their actual exam date. The CCS Test Prep® Online Learning Platform includes well developed lessons covering each aspect of the exam. Students have the ability to complete dozens of 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 alone. When it comes to preparation for a challenging, competitive written law enforcement examination, computer-based online training has proven to be much more effective than classroom lectures.
Students are provided 24/7 access to the CCS Test Prep® program for the Nassau County Police Officer Exam for more than 30 days leading up to the student’s actual exam date. There are three distinct parts to the prep program. Each of the three parts will be phased in as the program progresses. That’s more than 30 days (24/7) of available study for the student rather than a handful of classroom hours offered in most exam prep programs.
The Nassau County Civil Service Commission utilizes a multi-factor psychometric test on which many otherwise exceptional test-takers tend to struggle achieving a reasonable score. This is a very critically scored entry-level exam that has been proven to be very challenging as a competitive instrument. The offered very infrequently with more than four years in between most testing cycles. Most candidates take the exam during more than one cycle and never achieve an adequate score to be considered in the selection process. CCS Test Prep® students are able to achieve top scores placing them among the top 1% overall.
For further information regarding the exam preparation services provided by Critical Concepts and Strategies (CCS Test Prep®) for the Nassau County (NY) Police Department written examination, please email us at [email protected] or utilize the CONTACT FIELDS at the bottom of this page to submit an inquiry.
Chief David A. Paprota, Ed.D. (ret.) responds to inquiries within 72 hours.
Unless otherwise indicated, you will be added to the CCS Test Prep® email list to receive updates from Chief David A. Paprota, Ed.D. (Ret.) regarding New York entry-level law enforcement testing, including but not limited to the Suffolk County Police Department and the New York State Police (NYSP).