N-Power (Bach C) Test Result 2021 is Out | How to Check Npower Assessment Test Result

How to Check N-Power (Bach C) Exams Result 2021 | Checking Portal – www.npower.gov.ng

N-Power Test Result 2021 | If you have written the NPOWER batch C test or you are about to write the test, this article will guide you on how to check/view your Npower Test Result On your NASIMS Portal.

N-Power Test Result

N-Power Test Result Checking Portal – https://nasims.gov.ng/login

The computer-based assessment CBT result is out online. Check N-Power exams online.

Npower have removed the take test button and added view test result for Npower batch C Applicants who have successfully taken their test on nasims.gov.ng portal .

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This is good news for Applicants who were unable to see their results and are asking for ways to see their test result.

How to Check NPower Test Result 2021

To check your Npower assessment test result, simply do the following:

  • Login to Npower result checker portal.
  • Input your details in the spaces provided.
  • Once the page opens, go to device selection.
  • Choose your device and click submit.

After the successful examination, the result appears on the screen or your dashboard to enable you know your score or performance.

Cut Off Mark for Npower Batch C 

Officially, the cut off mark has not been announced but you are expected to score above 50% to enable have greater edge above others or your competitors so to speak.

Have the mindset that you are not the only one writing the Npower Batch C Test. Only those that performs higher are shortlisted for the next stage so you ought to be able to write your test with the certainty of scoring high.

According to the minister for Humanitarian Affairs, the reason why some applicants scored high but were not selected was as a result of their geographical locations.

She further stated that Applications were considered base on scores and population for the first stream.

According to her, if the population of applicants of an area overs the specific number of 1000 In local government A, only those who scored 70% to 100% will be selected.

But if local Government B has a population that its number of applicants are less than 1000 Applicants, even if an applicant scored 0% or 35% he or she can still be selected so as to balance the needed number that is expected to meet in the programme.