KENYA POLICE RECRUITMENT TEST QUESTIONS

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KENYA POLICE RECRUITMENT TEST QUESTIONS

Postby minhaal2000 » 01 May 2006, 00:09

KENYA POLICE RECRUITMENT TEST QUESTIONS



NAME:_______________________

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TIME: 2 Weeks.



SECTION A

1. Is the African continent a continent or a country? If it's a continent (which it is), what is the name of this continent?

2. Who is the president of Kenya ? a) Mwai b)Emilio Kibaki c)i don't know

3. Read below and answer the question:

Kamau has three and a half buckets of milk. He gives his good friend Abongo three quarters of it. A third of the remaining half of a quarter he sells at the local market (at a loss no less). he consumes three pints of what is left. The rest he divides equally among his seven children and the cat which gets a third less than what any two of his sons got combined.

Question: What animals produce milk?

4. 'A fish can't ride a bicycle' Explain.

5. If birds fly, Animals run and fish swim, What do birds do?

6. Form a word with the following letters D,O,G (eg dog, god):_____________.

7. Kipkorir collects 3,000 as T.K.K. everyday whereas Njoroge collects 17,000 a day. Which of the two is a true Kenyan cop?

8. How do you spell the word hermaphrodite?:_________________.

10. If a cow has four legs, How many legs does a baby cow have?

11. Omondi sells fish at the local market for a certain fixed amount. Aluoch also sells fish at the same market for a price not exceeding that of Omondi. Onyango also at the same market, sells his fish at a price at par of Omondi and Achieng's. Which of the three sells fish the most expensive?

SECTION B.

12. Write an essay on the depression of the social economic lifestyle of this country due to bad governance and dictatorship: or else count the fingers on your hands.

PRACTICAL

13. Take your gun from your holster. Take the bullet specimen placed on your desk. Load it into your gun. Place your finger on the trigger. Turn the gun and stare deep into its muzzle with your left eye. Pull the trigger!

What happens?....Hello?...Anybody there?....Hello!?!.....

NOTE: To pass this test you must at least write your name on the paper
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Postby Muhammad Mahdi » 01 May 2006, 12:46

haha

very nice but kenyans arent that dumb.
More like Tanzanians :cry:
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Postby manji2005 » 02 May 2006, 19:25

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Postby *SweetY* » 13 May 2006, 04:45

if u dnt mind me askin, were r u frm Muhammad Mahdi..?
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Postby Muhammad Mahdi » 13 May 2006, 13:51

*SweetY* wrote:if u dnt mind me askin, were r u frm Muhammad Mahdi..?


Me? Form the very civilised Tanzania

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Postby kulsham » 19 Jan 2007, 14:26

oh no... this is not funny... but very intelligent :P
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Postby kulsham » 19 Jan 2007, 14:27

oh no... this is not funny... but very intelligent :P
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Postby kulsham » 19 Jan 2007, 14:29

^ 2 posts means internet problem :P
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Postby qarrar » 27 Jan 2007, 20:48

kulsham wrote:^ 2 posts means internet problem :P


You can delete your posts…. 8)
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Postby kulsham » 31 Jan 2007, 23:06

qarrar wrote:
kulsham wrote:^ 2 posts means internet problem :P


You can delete your posts…. 8)


too lazy to delete.... can be a contribute to this thread too... since it is full of very very less replies 8)
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Postby xx_atika_xx » 31 Jan 2007, 23:15

Just a quick point to make - it takes less time to delete a repeated post than to write a reply. It is my opinion that while the forum could do with posts, let us make them positive not unnecessary. And since each post adds to the forum size, let us delete repeated posts to make way for new ones :)
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Postby qarrar » 01 Feb 2007, 01:21

kulsham wrote:too lazy to delete.... can be a contribute to this thread too... since it is full of very very less replies 8)

:twisted:

xx_atika_xx wrote:... it takes less time to delete a repeated post than to write a reply.

:shock: :(
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Postby kulsham » 01 Feb 2007, 20:37

xx_atika_xx wrote:Just a quick point to make - it takes less time to delete a repeated post than to write a reply. It is my opinion that while the forum could do with posts, let us make them positive not unnecessary. And since each post adds to the forum size, let us delete repeated posts to make way for new ones :)


making a way for new posts can be as same as counting the repeated posts.. it also means Come to Tanzania and experience the internet speed..
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Postby kulsham » 01 Feb 2007, 20:38

qarrar wrote:
kulsham wrote:too lazy to delete.... can be a contribute to this thread too... since it is full of very very less replies 8)

:twisted:

xx_atika_xx wrote:... it takes less time to delete a repeated post than to write a reply.

:shock: :(



good job! keep posting :idea:
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Postby xx_atika_xx » 01 Feb 2007, 21:23

kulsham wrote:
making a way for new posts can be as same as counting the repeated posts.. it also means Come to Tanzania and experience the internet speed..


Since I am from Tanzania, I do have first hand experience of the internet connection speed. It might be slow, but I think a little patience is all it takes.
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