Suffolk County, New York
Registration is now available for the CCS Test Prep® Program for the 2019 Suffolk County Police Officer Exam. Seminars have been scheduled in both a Suffolk County location as well as a convenient Nassau County location. Candidates are being provided the opportunity to register early and reserve a seat (see below).
|Register NOW as seating is limited and these seminars will sell out early!|
In addition to attending a 2-day in-class seminar and the binder of instructional and practice materials, students will also be given FREE access to the CCS Test Prep® Online Learning Platform. This special access for additional testing and review will be for the week leading right up to the start time of the actual test to ensure 100% confidence and understanding for peak performance!
|CCS Test Prep® reserves the right to adjust or change course times, dates, and locations as needed.|
Refund Policy: Registered students are eligible for a refund of the fee for this course minus a $45 administrative fee upon submission of a formal request in writing via email to Dr. David A. Paprota at [email protected] prior to May 1, 2019. No refund will be approved as of May 1, 2019 or thereafter (NO EXCEPTIONS).
Suffolk County Civil Service has indicated that the next entry-level examination is scheduled to be administered on Saturday, June 15, 2019. The last filing date to apply is April 3, 2019 through the Suffolk County Civil Service website.
The CCS Test Prep® Program consists of a two-day seminar that focuses on each aspect of the competitive exam. During the course, in addition to the very detailed in-class instruction, each student will have the opportunity to complete a Scantron™ scored preliminary diagnostic exam (short version) as well as a final exam in the course which help identify each student’s individual strengths and weaknesses. Chief David A. Paprota, Ed.D. (Ret.) has developed special software which properly weights and scores students’ responses to each exam question and section. Students will receive a comprehensive binder full of instructional material and practice questions along with an individualized scoring report to provide further guidance and direction for his or her studies.
While the course fee covers the two-day seminar and course materials, Chief David A. Paprota, Ed.D. (Ret.) also provides courtesy access to the CCS Test Prep® Online Learning Platform during the days leading immediately up to the actual exam on June 15, 2019. Students are able to easily reinforce their knowledge of prior studies by taking instantly scored short practice quizzes (over and over). This is above and beyond the two-day seminar and a special free service that Chief Paprota provides to CCS Test Prep® students. Students have found the online practice questions, instantly scored short quizzes, and answer guides to be incredibly valuable leading up to test day. The CCS Test Prep® program for the Suffolk County Police Exam is designed to provide students with every possible advantage.
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.
The Suffolk County Civil Service entry-level assessment is actually developed by a private vendor contracted by the County of Suffolk. The EB Jacobs company, as contracted by Suffolk County, has produced the multi-factor Law Enforcement Aptitude Battery (LEAB™). The LEAB™ is a 3-part assessment consisting of a Cognitive Abilities Test (CAT), Work Styles Questionnaire (WSQ), and a Life Experience Survey (LES). Candidates must achieve a high composite score on the examination to be included in a hiring process.
For information regarding the exam preparation services provided by Critical Concepts and Strategies (CCS Test Prep®) for the Suffolk County, New York Police entry-level examination, please use the blue button to submit an inquiry. Dr. David A. Paprota (Chief of Police, Ret.) will respond to any questions within 24 hours.