Nigerian Navy Direct Short Service Commission (DSSC) Recruitment Past Questions and Answers (PDF File)

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Nigerian navy Direct Short Service Commission (DSSC) Recruitment Past Questions and Answers (PDF File).

This material is a collection of past test questions and supplied answers for the Nigerian navy Direct Short Service Commission (DSSC) screening exercise from previous years.

It is meant to help individuals preparing for the highly competitive forthcoming Nigerian navy Direct Short Service Commission (DSSC) screening exercise.

The past question material is recent, updated and useful to all applicants as it comprises all expected questions in past Nigerian navy Direct Short Service Commission (DSSC) (NA) recruitment exercises.

Related: Civil Defence Recruitment Past Questions and Answers (PDF File)

Why Should I get the Nigerian Navy Direct Short Service Commission (DSSC) Past Questions And Answers?

Over the years, there has been well documented cases of repetition of the questions asked during the screening process for Nigerian Navy Direct Short Service Commission (DSSC) employment. By getting the past questions and getting yourself acquainted with the questions format, you stand a good chance of nailing the exams and clinching the job.

Moreover, this PDF material past question is not just like any regular past question, but complemented with answers too.

The past question is being divided into three basic components which are:

  • Mathematics
  • English Language
  • General knowledge/Current Affairs.

Sample Nigerian Navy Direct Short Service Commission (DSSC) Exercise Questions

  1. Which of the following is NOT an acceptable means of achieving democracy

a. Referendum

b. Recall

c. Initiative

d. Plebiscites

  1. A bill that applies to the whole population and is intended to promote the general welfare is called

a. A private bill

b. A decree

c. An Appropriation bill

d. A public deal

  1. Under the 1963 republican constitution, the president exercised

a. judicial power

b. executive power

c. nominal power

d. concurrent powers

  1. The principal of federal character was first enunciated in the

a. 1989 constitution

b. 1963 constitution

c. 1999 constitution

d. 1979 constitution

  1. A major issue that distinguishes pressure groups from political parties is

a. membership

b. the objective

c. the voting pattern

d. the ideology

  1. Equality before the law is component of

a. separation of powers

b. checks and balanced

c. the rule of law

d. constitutional law

Also Read: Nigeria Customs Service Past Questions 2019/2020

How much Are the Past Questions And Answers?

The cost of the updated  Past Questions And Answers is ₦2,000 only. To get a copy of it, please follow the guidelines below on how to download it.

How to Download The Past Questions And Answers

Download a full and updated copy of the Nigerian Navy Direct Short Service Commission (DSSC) Past Questions And Answers and also get it delivered to your email box by paying the sum of N2,000  only to the following account details:

  • Account Number: 0176842544
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After payment, please send in the type of past questions needed, depositor’s name, and your email address through text or Whatsapp chat to our agent on 07069775915, and we will forward the Past Questions And Answers to you in PDF format.

Also Check: NDLEA Recruitment Past Questions and Answers (PDF File).

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