Administration Fee: $97
Unless otherwise noted, all test orders are subject to a $97 base administration fee to each test title ordered, regardless of the quantity of tests ordered. This fee will be automatically added to your shopping cart along with your test.
An additional $50 fee ($147 in total) is assessed for shipments to Canada and other international destinations.
The PO-EL 200-NC series (PO-EL 201-NC, 202-NC, and 204-NC) are multiple-choice tests designed to assess whether or not a candidate has the most basic abilities required to perform successfully in the police academy and, more importantly, on the job. All three tests have a cognitive and a noncognitive component.
The cognitive component asks questions based on information found in the TIP — which includes Wanted Posters, articles and facts related to police work — in order to measure a candidate’s ability to perform tasks required of police officers on a daily basis, including the ability to recall suspect descriptions and problems in their patrol area; the ability to read, understand and apply police procedures, laws, and departmental policies; and the ability to reason and apply sound situational judgment as problems occur.
The noncognitive component (NC) uses a Police Interest Questionnaire to assess a variety of personal traits consistent with success on the job, including an interest in dealing with and influencing people, a sense of responsibility, community service orientation and achievement orientation.
|Ability to Learn and Apply Policy Information (TIP)||23|
|Ability to Observe and Remember Details (TIP)/(VID)||27|
|Ability to Problem Solve and Use Logic||6|
|Ability to Use Situational Judgment||5|
|Police Interest Questionnaire - NC||30|