Things to Know as N-power Assessment Begins August 9
N-Power Teach Volunteers is a program that will help improve basic education delivery in Nigeria. They will then be deployed as teacher assistants in primary schools around Nigeria.
According to the website, they will not replace the current teachers, but will work as support teachers across Nigeria, assisting with teaching, school management and other functions within the schools.
Where possible, they will also assist in taking basic education to children in marginalized communities. The assessment for the N-Power Teach volunteers began on August 9 and below are some pointers released by the scheme:
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Assessment Tests for N-Teach start today.
When you log in, some of you may be able to write your test immediately, while some others will be scheduled to write your test at a future date and time.
Some others may be told that their BVN Validation is in process so we advise that you check back on Friday.
For some others, you won’t be able to log in or you will see the term “INVALID” because your BVN records don’t match your application and your application journey has come to an end.
Finally, for those who ticked certain competency skills when you applied for N-Teach, you will required to take a second test, a STEM test.
Below are some things to learn from the pointers:
1. Some will be able to write their tests immediately, others will do so at a future time according to the schedule.
2. If your BVN validation is pending, then you might have to wait till Friday, August 11.
3. If your BVN records do not match your application, you will be unable to take the test.
4. If you ticked certain consistency skills, you will be required to take a second STEM test.