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Offline martinm878

Hey everybody, well I'm new to this forum and i recently applied for a NSO position in Florida, i have and still work at the plant but with another security company and finally the opportunity opened up and i applied, hopefully i hear back from question is i know there's a testing phase they go thru, but what kind of testing will they administer????  is there any way i can prepare for these test, besides the handgun, rifle, and physical courses, I'm talking about those oral test given is there some sort of study guide i can use??? well ill appreciate any info, thank you all.

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Offline Wojo

Be patient.  You are not being ignored.  One of the security SMEs should come poking around the site soon.  I am a rad guy, as are most of the posters here so we have no business giving you advice on facility security or safeguards stuff.
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Offline martinm878

thank you sir.

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The oral tests are TPE's. But everything should be given to you before you take the test. That is the only oral tests I know of. Others are CBT or written. I test for my job at least 144 times a year. TPE'S are the only oral.


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