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# NETS Exam Today Who Has Taken It?

Can someone who has taken this exam give us view of what is all about?

Anybody that took the second test in the house?how was it like?

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collabo na the only sure way of passing the exams

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@ 2gd LOL. thats funny though

I guess this' a legion failure so they might be kind enough to beat the cut-off score low

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The highest i have seen today is 45 and about 30 people did write the test in the cybercafe. I however give the organizers a solid pass mark.

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http://www.nairaland.com/nigeria/topic-359645.0.html#msg5025503

I got the info from the above link o.

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@callmeseun,

Lol, what is the difference between 38.33% and 40%? lol, both are poor performances jare. The cut off mark is 50%, so no show for both marks. It is well sha, God dey!

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yes it is true my guy , na god go score am high mark.

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one guy in the cybercafe did the test without question; only the options were showing and he was just answering it like that.

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i didn't but some complain about it

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I just did mine,time was too short for me,and there was a lot of distractions from the cafe i used since i could not access the site from my system. i scored just 35%,i don't know if i stand any chance. God is my Help.

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i just finished the test and got 50% i didnt do all the time was not sufficient. i copied some of the questions for those interested

Module: NUMERICAL INTELLIGENCE

In this section solve each problem then indicate the

best of the answer choices given

Q 18: An investment yields an interest payment of \$228

each month. If the simple annual interest rate is 9%,

what is the amount of the investment?

\$35,100

\$30,400

\$31,300

\$32,500

\$28,300

Q 19: At a certain company, 25 percent of the employees

are male and 50 percent of the employees are sales

staff. What is the number of employees at this company?

(1) Exactly 7 of the employees at the company are males

who are sales staff. (2) There are 16 more female

employees than male employees at the company.

Statements (1) and (2) TOGETHER are NOT sufficient.

EACH statement ALONE is sufficient.

BOTH statements TOGETHER are sufficient, but NEITHER

statement ALONE is sufficient.

Statement (1) ALONE is sufficient, but statement (2)

alone is not sufficient.

Statement (2) ALONE is sufficient, but statement (1)

alone is not sufficient

Q 20: At IEC High School, the ratio of girls to boys

is 2:1. If 3/5 of the boys are on a team and the

remaining 40 boys are not, how many girls are in the

school

50

200

150

100

250

Q 22: A rift valley is formed mainly due to

The forces of tension in the earth?s crust

The subsidence of the floor of a river valley

The valley formed after the formation of fold mountains

The deepening of a valley by ice action

Q 24: The Canary Islands in the Pacific are named after

what animal?

Dogs

Hyenas

Cats

Lions

This style of word link question requires you to

identify the suggested answer that means the opposite

of the word.

Q 31: fecund

productive

abundant

barren

unfriendly

This style of word link question requires you to

identify the suggested answer that means the opposite

of the word.

Q 32: Tortuous

Safeguard

Meandering

Direct

Devious

This style of word link question requires you to

identify the suggested answer that means the opposite

of the word.

Q 33: absolve

condemn

pardon

free

exonerate

This style of word link question requires you to

identify the suggested answer that means the opposite

of the word.

Q 34: timorous

brave

ambiguous

perceptive

comprehending

This style of word link question requires you to

identify the suggested answer that means the opposite

of the word.

Q 34: timorous

brave

ambiguous

perceptive

comprehending

In the following style of word link questions you are

looking for the two words closest in meaning or with

the strongest connection.

Q 36: meretricious

conspicuous

blonde

tawdry

angry

aping

In the following style of word link questions you are

looking for the two words closest in meaning or with

the strongest connection.

Q 38: demise

residence

dismissal

accident

act

death

In the following style of word link questions you are

looking for the two words closest in meaning or with

the strongest connection.

Q 39: homogenous

heterogenous

motley

scrambled

different

similar

In the following style of word link questions you are

looking for the two words closest in meaning or with

the strongest connection.

Q 40: Manufacture is to production as: lease is to

agreement

ownership

liberate

The following questions require that you read and

provide logical conclusions to the statements.

Q 41: Pear is to apple as potato is to?

Lettuce

Peach

Strawberry

Banana

The following questions require that you read and

provide logical conclusions to the statements.

Q 42: If you rearrange the letters "ANLDEGN," you would

have the name of a(n):

Ocean

Country

State

City

Animal

The following questions require that you read and

provide logical conclusions to the statements.

Q 44: A cynic is one who knows the price of everything

and the ________ of nothing.

Emotion

Value

Meaning

Color

Quality

The following questions require that you read and

provide logical conclusions to the statements.

Q 45: One of the following proverbs is closest in

meaning to the saying, "Birds of a feather, flock

together." Choose one:

One swallow doesn’t make a summer”

A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush

A man is known by the company he keeps”

Don’t judge a book by its cover”

ach question, the capitalized words have certain relationships to each other. Select the letter of the parts of words that are related in the same way as the two capitalized words.

Q 47: color : spectrum

verse : rhyme

tone : scale

noise : waves

waves : sound

Q 48: enunciate:words

limn:lines

parse:sentences

hear:sounds

run:steps

stint:savings

In each question, the capitalized words have certain relationships to each other. Select the letter of the parts of words that are related in the same way as the two capitalized words.

Q 49: extort : obtain

purify : strain

steal : borrow

explode : ignite

pilfer : steal

In each question, the capitalized words have certain relationships to each other. Select the letter of the parts of words that are related in the same way as the two capitalized words.

Q 50: purification:dross

distillation:vinegar

assay:gold

desalinization:salt

condensation:vapour

reaction:catalyst

Q 51: It would cost Rosetown one million dollars to repair all of its roads. In the year after completion of those repairs, however, Rosetown would thereby avoid incurring three million dollars worth of damages, since currently Rosetown pays that amount annually in compensation for damage done to cars each year by its unrepaired roads. Which of the following, if true, gives the strongest support to the argument above?

Communities bordering on Rosetown also pay compensation for damage done to cars by their unrepaired roads.

After any Rosetown road has been repaired several years will elapse before that road begins to damage cars.

Rosetown would need to raise additional taxes if it were to spen

The degree of damage caused to Rosetown’s roads by harsh weather can vary widely from year to year.

Trucks cause much of the wear on Rosetown’s roads, but owners of cars file almost all of the claims for compensation for damage caused by unrepaired roads.

Q 53: Demographers doing research for an international economics newsletter claim that the average per capita income in the country of Kuptala is substantially lower than that in the country of Bahlton. They also claim, however, that whereas poverty is relatively rare in Kuptala, over half the population of Bahlton lives in extreme poverty. At least one of the demographers' claims must, therefore, be wrong. The argument above is most vulnerable to which of the following criticisms?

It rejects an empirical claim about the average per capita incomes in the two countries without making any attempt to discredit that claim by offering additional economic evidence.

It treats the vague term "poverty" as though it had a precise and universally accepted meaning.

It overlooks the possibility that the number of people in the two countries who live in poverty could be the same even though the percentages of the two populations that live in poverty differ markedly.

It fails to show that wealth and poverty have the same social significance in Kuptala as in Bahlton.

It does not consider the possibility that incomes in Kuptala, unlike those in Bahlton, might all be very close to the country's average per capita income.

Q 53: Demographers doing research for an international economics newsletter claim that the average per capita income in the country of Kuptala is substantially lower than that in the country of Bahlton. They also claim, however, that whereas poverty is relatively rare in Kuptala, over half the population of Bahlton lives in extreme poverty. At least one of the demographers' claims must, therefore, be wrong. The argument above is most vulnerable to which of the following criticisms?

It rejects an empirical claim about the average per capita incomes in the two countries without making any attempt to discredit that claim by offering additional economic evidence.

It treats the vague term "poverty" as though it had a precise and universally accepted meaning.

It overlooks the possibility that the number of people in the two countries who live in poverty could be the same even though the percentages of the two populations that live in poverty differ markedly.

It fails to show that wealth and poverty have the same social significance in Kuptala as in Bahlton.

It does not consider the possibility that incomes in Kuptala, unlike those in Bahlton, might all be very close to the country's average per capita income.

Q 54: A pharmaceutical company developed a new diuretic reported to cause fewer side effects than their old diuretic, which was still being manufactured. During the first year that both were sold, the earlier medication far outsold the new one; the manufacturer thus concluded that reducing side effects was not the customers' primary consideration. Which of the following, if true, would most seriously weaken the manufacturer’s conclusion?

Both hospitals and patients buy diuretics from this pharmaceutical company.

Many customers consider older medications a better safety risk than new ones, since more is usually known about the safety of the earlier drugs.

Many customers of this pharmaceutical company also bought medications from companies who did not produce new diuretics reported to cause fewer side effects.

The newer diuretic can be used by all the patients who could use the earlier diuretic.

There was no significant difference in price between the newer diuretic and the earlier diuretic.

Q 55: Some species of dolphins find their prey by echolocation; they emit clicking sounds and listen for echoes returning from distant objects in the water. Marine biologists have speculated that those same clicking sounds might have a second function: particularly loud clicks might be used by the dolphins to stun their prey at close range through sensory overload. Which of the following, if discovered to be true, would cast the most serious doubt on the correctness of the speculation described above?

Dolphins that use echolocation to locate distant prey also emit frequent clicks at intermediate distances as they close in on their prey.

The usefulness of echolocation as a means of locating prey depends on the clicking sounds being of a type that the prey is incapable of perceiving, regardless of volume.

If dolphins stun their prey, the effect is bound to be so temporary that stunning from far away, even if possible, would be ineffective.

Echolocation appears to give dolphins that use it information about the richness of a source of food as well as about its direction.

The more distant a dolphin's prey, the louder the echolocation clicks must be if they are to reveal the prey's presence to the hunting dolphin.

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The idea is nice and the time short but there is some sort of examination malpractice; impersonation and collusion.

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This was the instruction on the NETS site below;

You should use a minimum of Internet Explorer 7 or 8 and the equivalent editions in Mozilla Firefox or other browsers to access the examination to avoid any issues during the exam.

The following link can be used to access the exam page.

http://exams.netsnigeria.org

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Candidates have been doing it at the cybercafe where i work and the highest score so far has been 45. The average has been in the mid 20s with someone even getting 10%

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i have been trying to open the site more than 3 hours now, is not going through.

but a friend that open it said it has been extended to 7pm

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Click on examination from the link above on the site and put in ur name, surname and examination code

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Sorry o Bory i can see u are still online, pls How did u do it i have been trying to enter the site to no avail, or could it be from my service provider?

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Men!!! am still experiencing difficulties accessing the site,what else should i do? i really need to try my luck in this exam.NETS should extend this exam. Or what do u guys think?

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i have been trying to open the site for almost an hour now.the thing isnt just opening. i don tire jare

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yes is okay, but u need to be fast. its just 60 question

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I've just taken the exam. it was ok

the site is opening, there is nothing like overcrowding on the site.

good luck to every one that want to write the exam

go to the menu on the upper page of the site and click on EXAMINATION

Then follow the instruction step by step.

good luck

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whats happening about the exams? the site wouldn't open. NAIJAAAAAAAAAA DO U THINK WE CAN MAKE IT GOING BY SITUATIONS IN THE COUNTRY?

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more scores are coming in and they are on the low side. 11%, 33%, 24% that range

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