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Take the Test

Let's Go

Joining the police isn't for everyone — you'll need to be good at solving problems, and bright enough to cope with the intellectual demands of police work.

These practice questions are broken down into three sections that cover verbal, numerical and abstract reasoning. They are designed to demonstrate the kinds of questions you may be asked in your psychometric assessment. They do not represent the level of difficulty of the questions or number of questions in the actual police assessment.

Do you have New Zealand Citizenship or New Zealand Residency:

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Do you have a conviction (or convictions) for offending in relation to:

  • dishonesty (including all "crimes involving dishonesty" under The Crimes Act 1961)
  • all offences under Part VII (sections 124-150 of the Crimes Act 1961 which includes sexual crimes)
  • drugs
  • violence (all assaults and all "crimes against the person" under Part VIII of the Crimes Act 1961)
  • all drink driving offences under the Transport Act 1962 or Part 6 of the Land Transport Act 1998.
  • Yes
  • No
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