24 Hours to the Law Enforcement Exams

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Peterson's, 2003 - Political Science - 345 pages
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This unique self-study course, part of Arco's fast-track test-prep series, will prepare aspiring law-enforcement professionals with the tools they need to pass the required entrance examinations. Candidates for state trooper, police and corrections officer, border patrol agent, and other law enforcement careers will find essential strategies and tips for scoring high on these critical exams. In just 24 one-hour lessons, candidates will gain proficiency in reading comprehension, observation and memory, verbal and arithmetic reasoning, and practical judgment questions.

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John Gosney is the author of several books, his most recent being the GED Exam Cram. John is currently an English Department instructor at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. John has degrees in English, psychology, and professional writing.

Dawn Rosenberg and Michele Lipson of Kangeroo Research Mavens perform custom research for a variety of clients. Both have Masters Degrees in Library and Information Science (MLS) with a combined total of over 25 years of professional experience in libraries and research. Lipson and McKay are members of the Association of Independent Information Professionals (AIIP).

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