U.S. Secret Service Police test Preparation
This is a discussion on Scheduled for US Secret Service POST test in 2weeks. Few ??s within the Law Enforcement, Military & Homeland Security Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Well like the title says, Im scheduled to take the test in 2 weeks and figured id ask if anyone has any insight into the ...
Well like the title says, Im scheduled to take the test in 2 weeks and figured id ask if anyone has any insight into the test or has taken it recently. Im assuming its a general aptitude test but am wondering what format and subject matter is stressed the most.
Also can anyone recomend a decent study guide for the POST exam?
Good luck. And practice talking into your sleeve.
Good luck.. :)
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Practice standing in a suit with your arms clasped in front or back. Being an usher at a church might help. : )
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The POST is a very standard police entry level type test. Get a good night's rest and I am confident you will do well. Good luck in your endeavor!
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We all wish you well and hope you can report a 'positive' result back to us soon.
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Go get a black suit a couple sizes too big and load yourself down with all the guns you own. Then, have a buddy drive a black Suburban down the road while you jog next to it. Remember to make a note of all the people who look at you in a strange or suspicious manner.
good luck and keep us updated
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Good luck on your test! You are about to become a civil servant,a noble cause in this day and age especially with the leadership we have in the White House today!