New Jersey Police Exams: Test Preparation








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New Jersey Police Exams

New Jersey LEE

The New Jersey Civil Service Commission requires you to take the New Jersey Law Enforcement Exam (LEE) created by EB Jacobs, to become a police officer. The LEE was designed to identify your knowledge, skills and abilities needed for the job. The exam is made up of three sections: Ability Test, Work Styles Questionnaire, and Life Experience Survey. The exam lasts for 3 hours. It consists of multiple-choice questions and behavioral statements.


Some departments do not require the LEE exam. Those departments fall under the New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police (NJSACOP). The National Criminal Justice Officer Selection Inventory (NCJOSI) designed by I/O Solutions, is administered by the NJSACOP, to various New Jersey municipalities. The NCJOSI exam tests important cognitive abilities and personality attributes that are necessary for successful job performance. The exam consists of five areas: problem-solving ability, reading comprehension, mathematics, writing ability, and job-related personality characteristics. These five test areas have been grouped into two sections. The first section is the cognitive section which consists of a total of 45 questions. The second section measures various attitudes and personality characteristics consisting of a total of 42 items. The exam is for 1-½ hours. It consists of a series of multiple-choice questions and behavioral statements. You can start preparing today for the NCJOSI exam with JobTestPrep's custom-made NJ chiefs test practice.

New Jersey State Trooper Exam

In order to become a New Jersey State Trooper you have to take the written test battery. This exam assesses skills that you need to be a successful trooper. The written test battery consists of four tests. The tests are the Situational Judgement Test, Following Policies and Procedures, Work and School Experiences Form, and the Survey of Life Experience. The written test battery will take, in total, approximately four hours. It consists of approximately 110 multiple-choice tests questions and 165 behavioral statements.

Each of these exams test basic abilities needed to become a police officer. Becoming familiar with the test will help you accomplish your goal in becoming a police officer.

Prepare for a NJ State Police Exam

Now that you know about the tests you need to take to become a police officer in New Jersey, start preparing. JobTestPrep can help you achieve your goal by familiarizing you with the New Jersey police exams through our practice packs and study guides to help you successfully pass the exam. Prepare for New Jersey police exams with our custom made police packs which include over 1,500 questions and a personality practice test.


  • What is the hiring process?
    • Before starting the hiring process you must first meet certain requirements. Once you have met the requirements you can then start the hiring process. One part of the hiring process is taking the written exam. In order for you to become an officer in New Jersey you must pass the written test.
  • What score do I need to get in order to pass?
    • Each test has its own passing score. Some departments may also have their own passing score. Preparing for the exam will help you get a higher score and will increase your chances of being selected.

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