Was pretty well laid out, my maths are awful so it was a little tricky for me.
Prison Officer Tests
Working as a prison officer is a pressured role that involves taking responsibility for the care of inmates, some of whom may be vulnerable individuals. Job candidates must be able to demonstrate good basic numeracy skills, plus personality traits and behaviours that align with the expectations of someone working in a position of authority.
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What our customers say about our Prison Officer tests
April 11, 2021
First time doing anything like this
March 31, 2021
I found it quite hard
I don’t like doing things against the clock – it makes me panic and treble-check my answers. Therefore I always run out of time.
March 29, 2021
Really good test and gets your brain thinking
March 17, 2021
Tricky but managed it
Found the test to be quite hard, but I was starting to understand the problem solving part more as the test went on.
Siham S Jones
March 16, 2021
When it comes to charts, you need to scroll down to see the 2nd one. It would be advisable to show them both on the same screen. It saves a bit of time.
February 17, 2021
Harder than I anticipated but great practice
I could not see both graphs on my computer screen without scrolling - which was not ideal for comparisons.
January 21, 2021
Weak points to focus improvement on
I realised I haven't worked with ratios for a long time and found those the most difficult to complete.