NLNG SIWES Past Questions and Answers [Available Now]



NLNG SIWES Past Questions and Answers: Few days ago, most students who applied for SIWES got their email sent to them inviting them to get prepared for the test which will be taking place as communicated to them via the email.

The questions recently asked now is how to get the past questions and answers to help them prepare for the examination. To be sincere with you, there are so many sites that will provide you the past questions and answers, but you will have to pay for it.

There is going to be  an aptitude test for people who applied for their industrial training (SIWES) at Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas Company NLNG on 14TH DECEMBER 2018. People who applied have been sent text messages informing them of the venue and time for the test.(Presidential Hotel in Port Harcourt. Time varies).

Nature of NLNG SIWES Past Questions

From the previous interviews and test organised by the NLNG body, the nature of the questions are not always that difficult as many think. I had the opportunity to talk with a student who did his IT in NLNG, he told me that the questions are from what I will just tell you.

 

Time and Subjects Given for NLNG SIWES Test

Time given for the Exam is 25 minutes within which time you are to answer 50 questions. The questions are:

  1.  English language or verbal,
  2. minimal current affairs( in my time the only current affair question was: where is the capital of Taraba State? and I hope you know the answer is JALINGO) and
  3. quantitative aptitude i.e. mathematics.

 

THE SOFTCOPY OF THE LATEST NLNG SIWES Past Questions and AnswersIS NOW AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE.

 

NLNG SIWES Past Questions and Answers

The English language expects you to know the meaning of some common English words, synonyms and antonyms and basic correct sentence forms.

The mathematical part of the question is general mathematics which does not require any complex calculations or formula but basic arithmetic skills and common sense. Expect to see questions like how many seconds are there in a day.

Note that calculators and cell phones are not allowed!

 

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SAMPLE QUESTIONS

 

nlng test

Using the above table to answer the below questions

Question 1
How much does it cost to deliver a newspaper successfully in Sydney (excluding lost papers)?
A. $1.8
B. $2.0
C. $2.2
D. $2.4
E. Cannot Say
Correct answer: E

Explanation
There is no information about newspaper prices, therefore we can?t figure out the answer based
on the existing data

 

Question 2
What is the ratio of successfully delivered newspapers to lost newspapers in London?
A. 1:19
B. 20:1
C. 1:20
D. 19:1
E. Cannot Say
Correct answer: D

Explanation
Out of a total of 100% of newspapers that leave the factory, 5% are lost. This means that for
every 100 newspapers, 95 papers are delivered and five newspapers are lost.
Dividing 95 by 5 = 19. The ratio of successfully delivered newspapers to lost newspapers in
London is 19:1.

Question 3
Estimate how many couriers from Sydney would have been needed to deliver the same number
of newspapers as in London.
A. 512 Couriers
B. 513 Couriers
C. 517 Couriers
D. 521 Couriers
E. 523 Couriers
Correct answer: D

 

Explanation
In Sydney, there are 321 couriers delivering 7,704 newspapers.
7704 / 321 = 24 newspapers per courier
In London,12,504 newspapers are delivered successfully.
Dividing the 12,504 by 24 gives us the number of couriers required for this task = 12,504 / 24 =
521 couriers

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