Earn Your Badge Is The Most Comprehensive "Police Interview Preparation" Training Course Available.
You and I know that the police entrance exam is a pass or fail proposition. Pass the test and you’re on your way to the next phase of the hiring process, usually the oral board interview. Fail the test and you’re back to filing applications. Maybe you’ve already been invited to take the entrance exam, that’s great! Chances are, if you’re like most applicants, you’re looking for a wide scope of information that will allow you to score as highly as possible.
In this free video you will learn....
- The DL Drop
- The Time Pinch
- The Drop Stop Essay
I’ve aggregated the knowledge of my 25 years of the law enforcement hiring process and have produced an all-inclusive and complete roadmap that’s designed for only one purpose, to assist you in passing your law enforcement entrance exam, and to do it with the highest score possible.
Most candidates believe that showing up for their law enforcement entrance exam with a sharpened number two pencil and some scratch paper is “preparation.” It’s not, that’s called blind faith.
This is where you now separate yourself from the masses. Very few, if any candidates know the Three Tricks of the Police Entrance Exam. If the department you test for employs one or more of the tricks used to get rid of applicants, it’s likely you’ll be the ONLY candidate that’s prepared.
Your motivation to take the test is to become a law enforcement officer. The department’s motivation to offer the test is to get rid of you. Sounds odd, but I’ll put it in perspective for you. We, the testers, know that everyone and his brother wants to be a cop. We need to shake the tree so the bad fruit falls to the ground, and you’re the fruit and if you’re not prepared for the shake, you’ll fall… Not anymore, not with Earn Your Badge.
I’m going to share with you, information that, if you weren’t on the inside of hiring process, you’d have no way of knowing, until now, because as you sit here watching this video, the insider is going to share with you the Three Tricks of the Police Entrance Exam. The Three Tricks we use to shake out the ill prepared…
Tomorrow, I’m going to send you a video titled the Five Fatal Flaws of the Police Application Process, but right now, enter your email address and we’ll take an in-depth look at the Three Tricks of the testing process…
Police oral board interview panels are designed for one purpose, to flush out the rejects. Yes, they do rank applicants, but this is the natural progression of any mass hiring, discard the scrap and naturally the remaining applicants now become potentially employable candidates.
In this free video you’ll learn what your competition doesn’t know. You’ll learn about…
- The _______ effect
- The human _________
- The ______ cop
- The jargon _______
- The _____ teaser
- The ram _____
- The cocky ___
Imagine your name is called, you’re walking down the hall and in three seconds you’ll be walking through the door into your oral board interview panel. You’re hoping you don’t mess this one up because it took you four months just to get the interview. What a rotten feeling. Now, imagine you’ve not only done your research and you know what TO say and do, you’ve done what most haven’t. You’ve learned what NOT to say and do.
Most police officer applicants go into their oral board interview with the idea that all they have to do is impress the panel with the right answers and nothing more. They’re wrong! Good, or, correct answers are only a fraction of what you need to know BEFORE you walk in the room. It’s your job as a candidate to put your best foot forward. Unfortunately, most candidates don’t do enough research and very few have the edge that you do. You’ve taken the time to learn what not to do and it will make a tremendous difference in your interview.
The DO NOTs are just as important as the DOs and that's why this information is provided to you absolutely free.