N-power batch C: Why You Were not Shortlisted even with High score, What to do?

WHAT DOES N-POWER MEANS?

N-power is a youth authorisation theme sponsored by the national of Federal Republic of Nigeria. N-Power addresses the challenge of youth state by providing a structure for large-scale and relevant work skills acquisition and development whereas linking its core and outcomes to fixing inadequate public services and stimulating the larger economy.

N-Power aspires to produce a platform wherever most Nigerians will access skills acquisition and development. N-Power is intended for Nigerian voters between the ages of eighteen and thirty five. The standard programmes below N-Power can make sure that every participant can learn and follow most of what’s necessary to search out or produce work.

I’ve seen a lot of questions going around about N-power batch C recently. Yeah, I’ve been on the N-power batch C matter for some time now, trying to solve some of the little issues that come with the registration.

Now let us look at the reason you were not shortlisted even with your high scores on the just concluded N-power batch C CBT test.

Maybe due to the fact that I’ve written a few solutions bordering N-power, I got a lot of complaints from people both close one’s and my readers from this blog that wasn’t shortlisted despite scoring high on the concluded CBT test I swung into research mode and came up with this perfect answer for you all, and possible solution.

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Why you were not shortlisted even with high score

The reason why some N-Power applicants scored low but were selected was as a result of the N-Power Batch C applicant’s geographical locations/area, what does this mean?

If a local Government has a population that its number of N-Power Batch C applicants are less than say, 1000 N-Power Batch C applicants, even if an N-Power Batch C applicant scored 0% or 35% the N-Power Batch C applicant can still be shortlisted so as to balance the needed number of N-Power Batch C applicant that is expected to meet the required maximum needed in the N-Power programme.

If the population of an area is over say the specific number of 1000 N-Power Batch C applicant, in the local government area, only those who scored 70% to 100% will be shortlisted.

What to do?

Well if I’m being sincere with you, then they is nothing much you can do, according to what is written on your portal is that shortlisting is still going on, all you can do for now is wait or try another time.

Have any questions? Use the comments section, thanks.

 

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