Get beyond your anxiety
Whether you’re nervous, a bit apprehensive or completely freaking out about the mathematics portion of your police entrance exam, I have good news for you.
I can help you get beyond your anxiety and, I can help you pass your exam.
You’re not alone, most people get a bit uptight about math, at least those that aren’t naturals when it comes to translating equations into answers.
When it comes to the law enforcement entrance exam, for the person that can honestly say math isn’t their strong point, the apprehension is stepped up a few notches for this exam.
Unlike other exams you’ve taken throughout your life, is likely far more impactful and potentially life changing than any other test you’ve taken.
At most agencies, it’s a pass or fail proposition, and you don’t want to bomb any part of the test, particularly the mathematics section.
Preparing for the mathematics portion of a police entrance exam is challenging if you’re not certain where to look and, what to look FOR.
Many entrance exams refer to this portion of their test as “Mathematical Reasoning.”
It’s also helpful to know why you’re being tested on your mathematical abilities. In other words, what type of “reasoning” should you prepare for?
Here’s an excerpt from my training course that I’ve used to assist thousands of law enforcement candidates.
Once you know the “why,” preparing starts to make sense. In the opening paragraph of my video training course, I make this statement.
As a police officer you’ll call on your math abilities during the course of most every shift that you work. [Read more…]