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NIS Past Questions & Answers 2019 PDF | Immigration Recruitment Exam: The Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS) Recruitment Exercise Computer Based Aptitude Test (CBAT) Examination Past Questions and Answers is now available for downloads.

If you applied for the Nigeria Immigration Service Recruitment and you have been shortlisted for the computer based aptitude test scheduled to hold on Monday, 7th of December 2020 and you wish to pass the examinations so that you can be selected then you need to grab this past questions and answers from previous NIS Recruitment Examinations of 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019.

Download NIS Past Questions PDF 2019.

This Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) Recruitment Screening Examination and Computer Based Test (CBT) Aptitude Test Past Questions has been checked and all questions are solved from Mathematics, English Language Test and Current Affairs or General Knowledge has all been solved with the correct answers.

Check: NIS Recruitment Aptitude Test Date 2020 | Nigeria Immigration Service

Most questions from this document has been coming up again in other years NIS Recruitment Exams. The questions which you can practice in this NIS Past Questions Document has always showed in exams conducted by NIS in year 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 recruitment.

How to Download NIS Past Questions with Answers PDF.

To make sure you come out successful in every NIS Recruitment Exam, we suggest you get this past question and practice so you can have good grades in the CBAT Exams that will be conducted by NIS for all the Shortlisted Candidates on the 7th December 2020.

Click here to check NIS Recruitment Shortlisted Candidates for Aptitude Test 2020/2021 PDF

Now, lets get back to how you can get this NIS Recruitment Aptitude Test Past Questions and prepare for the upcoming Computer Based Aptitude Test Examination that will take place Nationwide.

NOTE: This Past Question for NIS Recruitment Exam cost a token and can be obtained easily and immediately by following the procedures below.

NIS Past Questions with Answers cost just N1500 (Normally N2000).

Also Check: NSCDC Past Questions with Answers 2019/2020 PDF | Civil Defence Recruitment

To get this past questions document, send us a message on whatsapp or call 09039287555 or you can directly pay for the past questions in our bank account below.

  • Bank Name: Access Bank PLC
  • Account Number: 0800947613
  • Amount: N1,500

After making the payment via Transfer, Mobile Banking, ATM or POS, then send a proof of payment to our Whatsapp or via SMS and Call and we will confirm your payment and have your NIS Past Questions Paper sent to your Whatsapp Number or Email immediately (Choice is Yours).


The Nigerian Immigration Service Past Questions and Answers has been compiled to help those sitting for Nigerian Immigration Service aptitude test in Nigeria. This Past Question will give you an insight on how NIS set their questions and the format they use.

Using this ebook would give you an edge over others. The ebook contains questions from English, Mathematics and Current Affairs from Aptitude test they have conducted in the past.

Knowing what to expect and practising over and over would help you develop an effective test strategy; improve your speed, accuracy and confidence.

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