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GSE Test: Should I Have Done It?

I did GSE Test sometime ago with my hard-earned money, after hearing all the good news about them. I'm still unemployed! Hope I haven't been had.

House please who knows anything about them.

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the employment(or is it UNemployment) scene in Nigeria is a dog-chop-dog tin. much as i try to keep upbeat, the undeniable fact is that if you dont have a godfather, your chances of being employed in any company at all range from 0 to 5%. GSE or no GSE, aptitude test or no aptitude test. of course GSE would raise your pre-GSE chances by about 0.05%. you decide if this is worth N5000.

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But when you go to some of these so called bank and company website they state it there in black and white you need to pass the GSE exam to be considered for employment. Nawa

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You get money now. N5,000. 4 wat? 2 years opportunity? Anyway,people are desperate. Avoid patronizing or paying people by keeping them in business.

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Graduate Standardisation Examination.

It is run by Dragnet, a company owned by the Ikazoboh brothers.

Since employers no longer trust Nigerian graduates, they started the business to test the true ability of aspiring job seekers. Heard the fees are a little too steep for the hoi polloi, though.

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Maybe you flunked the test. They are not a recruitment agency per se. If you pass the test, they forward your details to their clients.

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That's Nigeria's rec recruitment Agencies for you. Well, you just have to keep on applying for every scarce and uncertain job on their website till you get bored. They have just enjoyed another free money from an unemployed graduate.

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the test is in 3 parts: verbal, numerical and abstract reasoning. it's not hard but u need to think sharp and fast. all the best.

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Hi demiqueen. Please can you elaborate on what the test format is? Is it purely GMAT format or otherwise? I have a GSE test scheduled for monday and I just don't know what to study on.

Also, with employers these days, every extra qualification count, even if it is a GSE test result. Keep your optimism high and just believe. God would surely do something beautiful for you soon with regards to job. Amen.

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