Rivers People Disappointed: Glitches in Civil Service Recruitment Test

Rivers People Disappointed: Glitches in Civil Service Recruitment Test
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In a disheartening turn of events, Rivers people have taken to various social media platforms to express their dissatisfaction with the Civil Service Commission Recruitment test exercise.Rivers People Disappointed: Glitches in Civil Service Recruitment Test

Numerous Nigerians eagerly applied for the state recruitment opportunity, only to face an array of disappointing setbacks during the subsequent aptitude test and interview stage.

Following their shortlisting as candidates for the 2023 recruitment exercise, the hopes of many Rivers people were shattered when the state’s test portal failed to provide them with a fair opportunity to complete the assessment.

As individuals flocked to the official website for the aptitude test, they were greeted with profound disappointment and faced a series of abysmal network issues.

The Rivers State government’s employment exam portal issued an instruction to answer 10 questions within a mere 4 minutes.

However, the page itself took an agonizingly long 1 minute to load each subsequent question, often resulting in users being unexpectedly logged out of the system.

Adding insult to injury, a candidate, Mieablye David George revealed a distressing fact about the question selection process.

To the dismay of many applicants, the questions were initially inserted into the system but were later rearranged, causing candidates with different educational backgrounds to face the same set of questions.

This puzzling situation left both Bachelor of Science holders and West African Examination Council (WAEC) certificate holders answering identical questions, causing an outcry among the candidates.

The ongoing disappointment led numerous individuals to label the entire process as a scam.

Others, feeling their time had been wasted, accused the commission of having already recruited their preferred candidates, using the portal as a deceptive tactic to mislead unsuspecting Nigerians.

Numerous complaints have surfaced, with candidates reporting instances where they typed in their ID numbers, eagerly awaiting the commencement of the aptitude test, only to be unexpectedly informed that they had already completed the test and were unable to retake it.

Expressing her frustration, Glory shared her experience, stating,

I did not complete my online test. I was at question number 5 when the page suddenly displayed ‘reload.’ Next thing I saw was a message stating that my response for question number 5 was not submitted and that I couldn’t retake the test. It’s truly disappointing. I desperately need assistance to finish my test because the portal is no longer accessible. I’ve been attempting since 2 am, but all my efforts have been in vain.”

Similarly, Nwoye Maryann voiced her disappointment, saying;

I’m trying to take my test after entering my BVN, but it keeps displaying a message that the system is under maintenance. I’m still awake, eagerly waiting to complete the test. Please, I need help as I can’t proceed with it. Please assist me.”

The widespread outcry from Rivers people reflects the frustration and dissatisfaction caused by the significant glitches and inadequate functioning of the Civil Service Commission Recruitment test.

It remains to be seen how the authorities will address these concerns and rectify the situation, providing a fair opportunity for all candidates involved.

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