Written Exam Preparation
NYSP – New York State Police
NYSP Exam Preparation
CCS Test Prep® completed its 2017 Exam Preparation Program for NYSP cycle, and the exam results were released on Wednesday, May 16, 2018. Chief David A. Paprota, Ed.D. (Ret.) was happy to see the exceptional results from CCS Test Prep® students who worked extremely hard to enhance their testing skills and achieve excellence. Scores of 99+ were expected and were achieved by CCS Test Prep® students. Candidates once again validated the understanding that if you are willing to put in the work through consistent, diligent, and on-point study, you can achieve excellence on a highly competitive written examination.
Anyone interested in being added to the email list to be notified by CCS Test Prep® of the next NYSP cycle should complete and submit the form below.
The New York State Police (NYSP) closed their 2017 exam application period on September 1, 2017. The application fee was only $20 for the October 2017 exam cycle. The results were released to candidates on May 16, 2018. Further information on the 2017 exam cycle can be found on the NYSP website at www.nytrooper.com.
The 2017 New York State Trooper exam was administered on October 7th; October 14th; October 21st; and October 28th, 2017. The New York State Police utilized a new and enhanced examination which was 3 hours and 40 minutes in length involving 329 questions. The New York State Police entry-level written assessment was actually developed by a private vendor contracted by the State of New York. The EB Jacobs company, as contracted by the State of New York, has produced the Law Enforcement Aptitude Battery (LEAB-II™). The LEAB-II™ is a 3-part assessment consisting of a Cognitive Abilities Test (CAT), Work Styles Questionnaire (WSQ), and a Life Experience Survey (LES). Candidates who participated in the testing cycle needed to achieve an exceptionally high composite score on the examination to be included in a hiring process.
The EB Jacobs-PSI LEAB-II™ Exam
The Law Enforcement Aptitude Battery (LEAB-II™) is a new and very challenging exam that was administered for the first time in New Jersey in 2016 and again in New Jersey in 2017. Now, it has replaced the “old version” of the New York State Police entry-level examination. The new version includes new and challenging trait assessment scales which confuse most test-takers which can lead to unusually low scores for many “ideal” candidates. Don’t be caught off guard. The scores tend to stay on file for as long as four years, so don’t be left out.
Candidates interested in being notified of the next NYSP Exam or who have any questions should complete the below Contact Form. After completing and submitting the form, you will receive a response within 72 hours. It is also recommended that you follow CCS Test Prep® on Instagram and Twitter (@CCSTestPrep) as well as Facebook for timely updates.
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.
Anyone interested in preparing for the “NYSP Exam” should contact CCS Test Prep® Today.
For information regarding the exam preparation services provided by Critical Concepts and Strategies (CCS Test Prep®) for the New York State Police Entry-Level Trooper 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 York entry-level law enforcement testing, including but not limited to the Suffolk County Police Department and the Nassua County Police Department.