The Nigerian Army is one of the arms of the Nigerian Military that I admire so much. Some of you might prefer the Nigerian Navy, while others might prefer the Nigerian Air Force.
I even have a few friends that would boldly go for other Para-military programs.
But that’s why we are Humans, right? We’ve got different choices and different reasons for our choices.
Moving on, this article has been specifically published for candidates that have interest in applying for the recruitment and screening exercise of the Nigerian Army, via the Direct Short Service Commission program.
If your aim was to apply directly for the Nigerian Army recruitment exercise, then it is important that you equip yourself with the Nigerian Army Past Questions.
However, since you have shown interest in applying for the Direct Short Service Commission under the Nigerian Army, then this article is for you.
Ensure that you read to the end, for detailed instructions on how to download this e-book.
Nigerian Army DSSC Past Questions
To your fellow Military Friends, or acquaintance, that might want to apply for the Direct Short Service under the Nigerian Navy, you could share relevant information on how to download the Nigerian Navy DSSC Past Questions with them, as you would be doing them a lot of good.
Before I disclose detailed instructions on how you can actually access the Nigerian Army DSSC Past Questions, there is something I would love to disclose to you.
The secret goes thus;
Did you know that over 80% of the Nigerian Army DSSC Screening questions, are usually gotten from past screening exercises, organized for the Direct Short Service Commission applicants, under the Nigerian Army?
Personally, I didn’t know about this, until when our team painstakingly compiled the Nigerian Army DSSC Past Questions e-book.
You might as well, want to take this to your advantage, as we are convinced that about 60% of these questions will be repeated this year.
We are also convinced that candidates, who would successfully download and study this e-book, will have an advantage, during the Nigerian Army DSSC Screening exercise for this year.
So, if you want to succeed in the recruitment, or screening exercise of the Direct Short Service Commission under the Nigerian Army, then follow the instructions below to download;
DSSC Past Questions Of The Nigerian Army | Download Procedures
I am glad that you are pushing hard, to ensure that this past question e-book gets to your possession. It is actually a good thing, as this might be the only thing you need for massive success in the forthcoming screening exercise of the Nigerian Army Direct Short Service Commission (DSSC).
Candidates that are interested in downloading the Nigerian Army DSSC Past Questions would be required to pay a sum of two thousand (2, 000) naira only.
The payment should commence, with the following details at your finger-tips;
Price: 2000 NGN
Bank: GT Bank
Account Name: Ezurike Chukwubuikem F.
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To avoid making mistakes, kindly give us a call on 09046624439 to speak with our Agent, as you will get all the guidance and assistance that you need.
There is one more thing we would like you to do, that is after you have made the payment.
The next section of this article will guide you on the final steps to take, in order to ensure that this past question e-book gets to you successfully.
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Final Steps To Take
This step is only for candidates, who were able to make the payment. So, if you fall under this category, kindly send us a text message, which should contain the following details, in no particular order;
- Your Full Name
- Details of the Account you used to process the payment
- The name of the past questions e-book you paid for
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We wish to remind you that the Nigerian Army DSSC Past Questions e-book will be delivered to your email address within fifteen minutes, only after your payment has been confirmed.
You can also leave us a message via the comment section, if you need assistance on anything, as we will always be available to help you.